Women and the Right to Vote

Women and the Right to Vote

Women's History Month

April 22, 1913: Mrs. Stanley McCormick and Mrs. Charles Parker holding a banner for the National Woman Suffrage Association

Credit: Library of Congress

Throughout March Homework Hotline will feature prominant women and important moments in Women's History.

Did you know American women have been able to vote for less than 100 years? On August 26, 1920, the 19th Amendment granted American women the right to vote. Visit the Homework Hotline website for more information on Women's Suffrage or click the links below to watch a special video. 

Click here to view Part 1.

Click here to view Part 2.

 

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