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Rightfully Ours

How Women Won the Vote : 21 Activities
Hollihan, Kerrie Logan (eBook - 2012 )
Rightfully Ours
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Though the Declaration of Independence stated that #147;all men are created equal," married women and girls in the early days of the United States had few rights. For better or worse, their lives were controlled by their husbands and fathers. Married women could not own property, and few girls were educated beyond reading and simple math. Women could not work as doctors, lawyers, or in the ministry. Not one woman could vote, but that would change with the tireless efforts of Lucretia Mott, Lucy Stone, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Sojourner Truth, Susan B. Anthony, Carrie Chapman Catt, Jeannette Rankin, Alice Paul, and thousands of women across the nation. nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp; Rightfully Ours tells of the century-long struggle for woman suffrage in the United States, a movement that began alongside the abolitionist cause and continued through the ratification of the 19th amendment. In addition to its lively narrative, this history includes a time line, online resources, and hands-on activities that will give readers a sense of everyday lives of the suffragists. Children will create a banner for suffrage, host a Victorian tea, feel what it was like to wear a corset, and more. And through it all, readers will gain a richer appreciation for women who secured the right to fully participate in American democracy#151;and why they must never take that right for granted. nbsp; Kerrie Logan Hollihan is the author of Isaac Newton and Physics for Kids, Theodore Roosevelt for Kids, and Elizabeth I, The People's Queen. She lives in Blue Ash, Ohio.
Authors: Hollihan, Kerrie Logan
Title: Rightfully ours
how women won the vote : 21 activities
[electronic resource]
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Chicago Review Press, 2012
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: xiii, 130 p. :,ill
Statement of Responsibility: Kerrie Logan Hollihan
Notes: Includes index
Contents: A time line for women's suffrage
Preface
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 waterlily 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
Resources
Index
Additional Contributors: ebrary
Alternate Title: Public Library Complete
ISBN: 9781883052904
9781883052898
Branch Call Number: Electronic Book
Reproduction: Electronic reproduction. Palo Alto, Calif. : ebrary, 2011. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ebrary affiliated libraries
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
Genre/Form: Electronic books
Topical Term: Women's rights
Women
Suffragists
Women's rights
Women
LCCN: 2012006044
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