Annotated Bibliography

2 May

Marcelena Stephens

CHIS Wise 202 10:00

Annotated Bibliography

 

Annotated Bibliography

Dubois, Ellen C. Women’s Suffrage and Women’s Rights. New York: New York UP, 1947. Print.

This source will guide me to analyze what women went through to gain suffrage of their voting rights. This source includes historical facts and time lines of the women’s rights movement. This source is very much relevant to my topic of women’s suffrage. With timelines and facts provided from this source i can accurately state dates and events of the movement.

 

National American Women’s Suffrgae Association. Women’s Suffrage Arguments and Results. New York: Kraus Reprint, 1971. Print.

This source will give me incite on The National American Women’s Suffrage Association. This was a prominent group in the Women’s Suffrage Movement in which they strongly advocated for women to gain rights all across the nation. This book also provided me with information on the ratification of the 19th amendment which grated women the right to voting.

 

Miller, Grant. “Women’s Suffrage, Political Responsiveness, and Child Survival in American History.” The Quarterly Journal of Economics 123.3 (2008): 1287-327. Web.  Journal

This source will provide me with American history the women’s role in politics. The women’s role in politics was a very important factor in the women’s suffrage movement because of the fact that women did not have a say so in any type of political activity.

 

Young, Louise. “Women‘s Place in American Politics: The Historical Perspective.” The Journal of Politics 38.3 (1976): 295-335. Print. Journal

This source will also give me a perspective on the role of women in the political world. It also will give me a perspective on the views of male politicians on women gaining the right to vote.

 

Mitchell, Amy. “Womens Suffrage.” History.com. Web. <http://www.history.com/topics/the-fight-for-womens-suffrage&gt;.

History.com will give me information on notale women as such as Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony. These two women were very influential in the suffrage moevement. Facts about their lives and acomplishments will be acquired from this website.

 

 

Fisher, Kelcee. “Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony as Friends.” Americas Library. Web. <http://ww.americaslibrary.gov/aa/stanton/aa_stanton_friends_1.html&gt;.

Americas Library provides me with background information on the relationship of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony. These two women developed a friendship can collectively became the power house of the women’s suffrage movement.

 

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