Women's Suffrage

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Documents from the NAWSA Perspective

To President Wilson

Poem by Alice Duer Miller

Do You Know?

Article by Carrie Chapman Catt

Social Evils: Their Causes and Cure

Excerpt from book by Maria King

Speech Before Congress on Women’s Suffrage (1917)

By Carrie Chapman Catt

Challenging Years

Excerpts from Harriot Stanton Blatch's memoirs

The Winning Plan

Speech by Carrie Chapman Catt to NAWSA, 1916


Front Door Lobby

Excerpt from the booy by Maud Wood Park

Editorial, The Woman's Journal, January 13, 1917

Excerpt from an editorial written in the official newspaper of NAWSA

Editorial, The Woman's Journal, March 3, 1917

Excerpt from an editorial written in the official newspaper of NAWSA

Note to President and Government

From The Women's Journal, March 3, 1917

20.000 March in Suffrage Line

Article from New York Times, October 28, 1917

 


 
Documents from the NWP's Perspective

Alice Paul Speech

New York, December, 1916

Jailed for Freedom

Excerpt 1 from book by Doris Stevens

New York Times article

June 27, 1917

Letter from Jail

Written by Doris Stevens to her husband, July, 1917

Jailed for Freedom

Excerpt 2 from book by Doris Stevens

Reaction to Tactics of English Suffragists

Written by American Suffragist, Inez Hayes Irwin

Suffragists Hunger Strike

Article from New York Times, October 6, 1912

Woman Suffrage Paraders

Editorial by Annie Nathan Meyer from New York Times, March 10, 1913

 

Suffragists Will Picket White House

New York Times article published January 10, 1917

President Ignores Suffrage Pickets

New York Times article published January 11, 1917

Miss Alice Paul on Hunger Strike

New York Times article published November 7, 1917

Suffragists Off in "Prison Special"

New York Times article published February 16, 1919


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