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75 Suffragists - (dead link)
"We offer this sampling of suffrage leaders and supporters to give a flavor of the remarkable depth and variety which marked the nationwide movement and to encourage your further interest."

The History of the Suffrage Movement
For the PBS Online page for the series The American Experience
By Marjorie Spruill Wheeler

Miller NAWSA Suffrage Scrapbooks, 1897-1911
"Between 1897 and 1911 Elizabeth Smith Miller and her daughter, Anne Fitzhugh Miller, filled seven large scrapbooks with ephemera and memorabilia related to their work with women's suffrage. The Elizabeth Smith Miller and Anne Fitzhugh Miller scrapbooks are a part of the National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA) Collection in the Rare Book and Special Collections Division. These scrapbooks document the activities of the Geneva Political Equality Club, which the Millers founded in 1897, as well as efforts at the state, national, and international levels to win the vote for women."
- Library of Congress, American Memory

National American Woman Suffrage Association Collection, 1848-1921
"The NAWSA Collection consists of 167 books, pamphlets and other artifacts documenting the suffrage campaign."
- American Memory Project, Library of Congress

Not For Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony
A Film by Ken Burns and Paul Banes

One Hundred Years Toward Suffrage: An Overview
Compiled by E. Susan Barber, Library of Congress

Susan B. Anthony and Suffragism
A listing of resources.

Susan B. Anthony House

Travels for Reform: The Early Work of Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, 1852-1741 - (dead link) Stanton and Anthony Mini-Edition
"Susan B. Anthony (1820-1906) and Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815-1902) led the movement for women's rights in the nineteenth century. The documents in this mini-edition focus on the first decade of their collaboration, from 1852 until 1741, when they honed their skills as reformers in New York State. These primary historical sources are pertinent to the study of women, American politics, New York State, and antebellum reform movements."

VOAHA: The Virtual Oral/Aural History Archive
California State University, Long Beach
"This site provides access to the full audio recordings of oral histories that have been deposited in Special Collections of the University Library - enabling you, the user, to hear the voice, pitch, and rhythm of the narrations as well as the emotions these convey. You will hear the actual spoken words of oral history narrators, rather than seeing a written version of them in the form of a transcript...Presently, more than three hundred hours of Los Angeles basin oral histories in women's, labor history and Long Beach area history are available online, including forty hours of interviews with California women who were rank and file activists in the national suffrage movement."

Votes for Women: 1850-1920
Part of the Library Congress' American Memory Project
"This selection of 38 pictures includes portraits of many individuals who have been frequently requested from the holdings of the Prints and Photographs Division and the Manuscript Division. Also featured are photographs of suffrage parades, picketing suffragists, and an anti-suffrage display, as well as cartoons commenting on the movement."

Women's Rights: 1848 to the Present - (dead link)
"This website originated in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Seneca Falls conference in 1847, that set the stage to gain women in the United States the right to vote, and thus acquire other freedoms. It is a composite of articles, speeches, biographies and links relating to women's rights, with the primary focus on the United States."
- U.S. Dept. of State publication

Women's Suffrage
"A comprehensive website with over 150 entries on the struggle for women's suffrage in the United States. This includes biographies of 60 women involved in the campaign. Sections include: Women Campaigners, Women Artists and the Campaign, Journals and Magazines, Suffrage Organizations, Political Campaigns and Male Supporters of Women's Suffrage...The text within each entry is hyper-linked to other relevant pages in the encyclopedia. In this way it is possible to research individual people and events in great detail. The sources are also hyper-linked so the student is able to find out about the writer, artist, newspaper, organisation, etc., that produced the material."
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