Women's Suffrage: The Struggle for Suffrage from Seneca Falls to 19th Amendment!

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Women's Suffrage: The Struggle for Suffrage from Seneca Falls to 19th Amendment!

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In this engaging and thorough resource, students analyze the struggle for women's suffrage from the Seneca Falls Movement to the passage of the 19th Amendment and the roles of several key figures, including Alice Paul, Susan B Anthony, Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and President Woodrow Wilson.

Students analyze a variety of primary and secondary sources as they learn about the progression of women's struggle to gain the right to vote. Students will learn about, among many things, the contributions of Lucretia Mott, Susan B Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Alice Paul, and Woodrow Wilson. In addition to this, students will also understand the origin of the Women's Rights Movement, the protests and arrests of Susan B Antony and Alice Paul, the role of President Woodrow Wilson, why people argued for and against women's suffrage, how it was debated in Congress, and how it was reported to the public in local newspapers. Students will use both primary and secondary sources to draw conclusions and make inferences regarding the struggle for women in gaining the right to vote.

Students use the included source guide as they analyze the ten sources, then compile their learning by creating a graphic novel from the template included!

A full key is included --- Enjoy!

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