Rightfully Ours

How Women Won the Vote : 21 Activities
Hollihan, Kerrie Logan (Book - 2012)
Rightfully Ours
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Tells of the century-long struggle for women's suffrage in the United States.
Authors: Hollihan, Kerrie Logan
Title: Rightfully ours
how women won the vote : 21 activities
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Chicago Review Press, c2012
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: xiii, 130 p. :,ill. (some col.) ;,22 x 28 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Kerrie Logan Hollihan
Contents: Lucy Stone: craft your own soap
Elizabeth Cady Stanton: play a game of blindman's bluff; disconnect and reconnect; time for tea and talk; make a memory
Susan B. Anthony: make an oil lamp; practice your posture
Finding a platform; find Polaris, the North Star
Sidetracked by war
One step forward, two steps back: picture yourself as a Victorian; stage a readers' theater for suffrage; bake a cake with suffrage frosting
Prisoners in a gilded age: how comfortable is a corset?; paint your plate!; design a suffragist postcard; jump in time to a suffrage rhyme
Rolling into a new century; make water-lily eggs; sing a song of suffragists
Parades, pickets, and prison; dress up for suffrage; make a coat-hanger banner
Over the top: make a five-pointed star with just one cut; you be the judge
Summary: Tells of the century-long struggle for women's suffrage in the United States.
ISBN: 1883052890
Branch Call Number: j 324.6230973 H739r 2012
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (p. 121-124) and index
Subject Headings: Women's rights Study and teaching Activity programs United States Women Suffrage Study and teaching Activity programs United States Suffragists United States History Juvenile literature Women's rights United States History Juvenile literature Women Suffrage United States History Juvenile literature
Topical Term: Women's rights
Women's rights
LCCN: 2012006044
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"A fact-filled account of the struggle for women's suffrage... Hollihan recounts how this battle was inexorably tied to the antislavery movement and the role played by women of color in both movements." -- School Library Journal. (grades 5 and up)

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