- Nicknamed “the Moses of Her Sex”, Susan B. Anthony was a civil rights leader involved with the antislavery movement and the women’s rights and suffrage movement. She caused quite a commotion when, in 1872, she tried to do something most unusual for a woman. She attempted to vote in a presidential el
- On January 9, 1917, a group of suffragettes, called the National Woman’s Party, led by Alice Paul, went to the White House to see President Woodrow Wilson. They hoped to get the president’s support for woman to have the right to vote. Unfortunately, he refused to support women’s suffrage. He believe
- Before television, cell phones, internet and social media, it wasn’t easy to get the word out across the country on an issue. Nell Richardson and Alice Burke, two women who wanted to promote awareness for women’s suffrage, (the right to vote) decided to go on a cross country road trip. Back in 1916,
This bundle on Women Suffrage topics includes:
1. Reader's Theater Script on Susan B. Anthony
2. Reader's Theater Script on Nell Richardson and Alice Burke who in 1916 did a cross country trip to promote women's suffrage. Go on a ride through history to learn about the Golden Flyer.
3. The Silent Sentinels: A Reading Passage/ Activities on the brave women who worked to get women's suffrage and what they endured.