Suffragettes


In the early nineteenth century changing social conditions and the idea of equality led to the beginning of the Womens Suffrage movement. Women were participating in reform movements and taking an increased interest in politics. Why women were not allowed to vote was questioned.Using online newspapers and permalinks embedded in Powerpoint slides students will learn about the Suffrage Movement, and its role in changing attitudes and efforts at earning equality.
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http://education.texashistory.unt.edu/lessons/newspapers/the%20suffragettes/index.htm Disclaimer: this does not appear to be a resource that we own or control.

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Lesson Plans
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Portal to Texas History
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