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AMFELLOWS October 2000

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Re: New...Elections, the American Way!

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"Gail G. Petri" <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 4 Oct 2000 13:58:49 -0400

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Leni -
        I love the Election page! The timing is perfect. We just put up a page of
election links on our district and I'll add this one. It is very user
friendly and has great information.
        Doris and I (Doris teaches 5th grade) have begun our Women's Suffrage
project and today the kids examined the documents I printed out from LC
and they brainstormed the strategies that were used back then to try and
sway opinions. Tonight for home learning the kids are going to examine
newspapers, tv, etc. and see if they can come up with strategies
politicians are using today.
        If any of you are interested in more women suffrage sites, these are
places with good info.
        Thanks for the great site, Leni!
                Gail Petri

Sites for Mrs. Waud’s 5th Grade
Women Suffrage Research

Anthony Center for Women's Leadership Biographies of Suffragists - Stop
here for short biographies of some of the most famous women suffragists.
        http://guinan.cc.rochester.edu/SBA/biographies.html
By Popular Demand: “Votes for Women” Suffrage Pictures 1850 - 1920 - Go to
this Library of Congress site for photos related to the women’s suffrage
movement.
        http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/vfwhtml/vfwhome.html
Mid-Century Woman's Rights Movement: Selected Texts - You’ll find the
complete text of a variety of women’s suffrage documents at this site.
        http://etext.virginia.edu/railton/uncletom/womanmov.html
Upstate New York and the Women's Rights Movement - This site presents the
text and selected images from a 1995 exhibition in the Department of Rare
Books and Special Collections at the University of Rochester Library. The
exhibition commemorated the seventy-fifth anniversary of the passage of
the nineteenth amendment, which gave women the vote in 1920.
        http://128.151.244.128/rbk/women/women.htm
Votes for Women: Art Gallery - Go here for an online tour of photos,
documents and ephemera related to the women’s suffrage movement.
        http://www.huntington.org/vfw/artgal/index.html
Votes for Women: National American Woman Suffrage Association Collection
1848 - 1921 - Go to this Library of Congress site to find documents
related to the suffrage movement.
        http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/naw/nawshome.html
Western New York Suffragists: Winning the Vote- This Rochester site will
be officially launched in October, 2000. Go to the address below to
preview many area suffragist’s biographies.
        http://www.rrlc.org/suffrage/Alpha/index.html
Woman Suffrage and the 19th Amendment - Images of 9 primary source
documents related to the suffrage movement can be found here.
        Http://www.nara.gov/education/teaching/woman/home.html
Women’s Suffrage Comprehensive Site - You’ll find biographies of 78
suffragists at this site.
        http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/USAwomen.htm
Women’s Suffrage Timeline - This timeline presents the years when women
were granted the rights to vote around the world.
        http://www.ipu.org/wmn-e/suffrage.htm

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