- Additional Authors
- National Women's History Project.
- xv, 479 pages : illustrations (some color); 29 cm
- Alternative Title
- Triumph of the American woman suffrage movement
- Bibliography (note)
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 457-462) and index.
- Awards (note)
- Amelia Bloomer Award, 2007
- Raising the call for woman's rights: 1800-1865 -- Searching for a way to win the vote: 1865-1878 -- The first suffrage victories in the west: 1878-1900 -- New leadership for a new century: 1900-1909 -- Forging new tools: 1910 -- Tasting victory in California: 1911 -- New life in the states: 1912 -- Rebirth of the Federal amendment: 1913 -- Campaigns in seven states: 1914 -- The eastern campaigns: 1915 -- A new party and a new plan: 1916 -- Picketing the White House: 1917 -- Suffrage, patriotism, and World War I: 1917-1918 -- Sentenced to prison: 1917 -- Winning New York: 1917 -- The dramatic climax to the Federal amendment: 1918-1919 -- The drive for ratification: 1919-1920 -- Celebrating victory: 1920 -- Suffragists after 1920.
- Call Number
- JFF 19-1404
Winning the vote : the triumph of the American woman suffrage movement / Robert P.J. Cooney, Jr. in collaboration with the National Women's History Project.
Santa Cruz, CA : Published and distributed by American Graphic Press, ©2005.
- Type of Content
- Type of Medium
- Type of Carrier
Includes bibliographical references (pages 457-462) and index.
Looks at the history of the women's suffrage movement in the United States.
Amelia Bloomer Award, 2007
- Added Author
National Women's History Project.
- Added Title
Triumph of the American woman suffrage movement
- Other Form:
Online version: Cooney, Robert. Winning the vote. 1st ed. Santa Cruz, CA : Published and distributed by American Graphic Press, ©2005 (OCoLC)624723756
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