From Seneca Falls to the Polling Booth

"From Seneca Falls to the Polling Booth" is an eight-part history of the women's suffrage movement, beginning with the landmark convention in Seneca Falls and leading to the ratification of the 19th Amendment and the first national elections in which women were permitted to vote. Chapters touch on specific issues as well as particular individuals, including the familiar figures of Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, as well as critical figures including Alice Paul and Lucy Stone, and individuals like Inez Milholland and Sojourner Truth. It also looks at issues like the difficult relationship between the suffrage movement and the drive for African-American civil rights.
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