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She votes : how U.S. women won suffrage, and what happened next / by Bridget Quinn ; with a foreword by Nell Painter ; with illustrations by 100 women artists.

Quinn, Bridget, (author.). Painter, Nell Irvin, (writer of foreword.).

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Kershaw - Elgin Library 324.623 QUI (Text) 33255003703791 Adult New Book Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781452173160
  • ISBN: 1452173168
  • Physical Description: 232 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm
  • Publisher: San Francisco : Chronicle Books, 2020.

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Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Introduction -- Seneca -- Voices carry: Sojourner Truth -- Enter Anthony -- Winning the West : Sacajawea -- Bloomers, bicycles & basketball -- The art of protest : Mary Cassatt vs. the Antis -- Deeds not words -- Early arrival : Jeannette Rankin -- Law breaking to law making -- War of the roses -- Women are people too : Betty Friedan -- Picture this -- Running strong : Patsy Matsu, Takemoto Mink -- Lesbians & liberation : Audre Lorde -- First person female -- Represent : guerrilla girls -- Year of the woman -- Third wave : riot grrrl -- Young Americans -- Conclusion.
Summary, etc.:
"This book tells the story of how women won the right to vote, and what happened next. Told by historian Bridget Quinn and illustrated throughout by 100 women artists"-- Provided by publisher.
From the first female Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation to the first woman to wear pants on the Senate floor, Quinn shines a spotlight on the women who broke down barriers. She shows how, in the hundred years since the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment, women have continued to speak out so that all U.S. women truly have a voice in the future of their country.--Adapted from jacket.
Subject: Women > Suffrage > United States > History.
Suffragists > United States.

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