A Look at US History
From the formal beginning of the women's suffrage movement in the United States to the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment, the journey to women's right to vote is endlessly fascinating. Leaders such as Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Alice Paul are part of this volume, which covers important curriculum points, including the Seneca Falls Convention and its Declaration of Sentiments. The main text succinctly introduces important events and groups as well as provides historical context outside of the suffrage movement. A concluding timeline aids readers in need of further review.