For More Information About Women's Suffrage in America, Check out the Following Resources

Toolkit provided by Indiana University Libraries’ Government Information, Maps & Microform Services (GIMMS) Department on the Women’s Suffrage Centennial:

Learn more about the Indiana women's suffrage centennial, why it's important, how women won the right to vote and who was involved from the Indiana Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission:

From the National Park Service, a comprehensive timeline on United States women’s suffrage, covering events from 1648:

The National Archives has a variety of digital documents, records and other materials viewable to anyone on the topic of women’s suffrage:

Archives Online, from Indiana University Archives, features IU-specific digitized pieces of history:

Q&A With Anita Morgan: The Woman Suffrage Movement in Indiana. In an interview with the Indiana Historical Society, Anita Morgan, a senior lecturer in history at Indiana University–Purdue University, discusses her recently published book We Must Be Fearless: The Woman Suffrage Movement in Indiana.

Indiana University Libraries’ online catalog contains bibliographic information on a range of titles relating to the suffrage movement.

Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, an online exhibit from the National Archives Museum.

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