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The Resource If you lived when women won their rights, by Anne Kamma ; illustrated by Pamela Johnson

If you lived when women won their rights, by Anne Kamma ; illustrated by Pamela Johnson

Label
If you lived when women won their rights
Title
If you lived when women won their rights
Statement of responsibility
by Anne Kamma ; illustrated by Pamela Johnson
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Includes short biographies of Lucy Stone, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott, Susan B. Anthony, Sojourner Truth, Alice Paul and Carrie Chapman Catt
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
IOJ
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Kamma, Anne
Dewey number
  • 323.30973
  • 324.6/2/3/0973
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
JK1846
LC item number
.K36 2006
Literary form
non fiction
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Johnson, Pamela
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  • Suffrage
  • Women's rights
  • Women
Target audience
juvenile
Label
If you lived when women won their rights, by Anne Kamma ; illustrated by Pamela Johnson
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"This edition first printing, February 2008"--T.p. verso
Contents
What rights did the first women who settled in America have? -- Did women help win the American Revolution? -- Why did Abigail Adams write to her husband? -- Did laws about women change after the American Revolution? -- Which laws upset women the most? -- How were the laws unfair to married women? -- What did girls wear? -- Why did women complain about their clothes? -- Did girls go to school? -- Why weren't women allowed to go to college? -- Who was Lucy Stone? -- How did women earn money? -- What was America like in the 1800s? -- Why did people want to make alcohol illegal? -- Did women join the antislavery movement? -- Who was Elizabeth Cady Stanton? -- What started the women's rights movement? -- What did the women do? -- Who was Lucretia Mott? -- Did anybody show up? -- What happened at the Seneca Falls convention? -- Was there trouble at the convention? -- What did the newspaper say? -- Were the people from the convention upset? -- Was the convention a failure? -- Who was the leader of the new movement? -- Who was Susan B. Anthony? -- What happened when Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony became a team? -- Did any men support women's rights? -- Did the marriage laws change? -- Why did it take so long to change the laws? -- What happened when women first wore pants? -- What was different about the West? -- How did pioneers in the West find out about the women's movement? -- How did women get the vote in Wyoming? -- Was there trouble when the women voted? -- What did women do during the Civil War? -- Who was Sojourner Truth? -- Why were women's rights leaders upset after the war? -- How did women speakers help change America? -- How did suffragists in England help? -- Who was Alice Paul? -- Who was Carrie Chapman Catt? -- Why did Alice Paul organize a march in Washington, D.C.? -- What did Alice Paul do next? -- What was the "night of terror"? -- When did women get the right to vote?
Control code
ocm70065215
Dimensions
20 x 24 cm.
Extent
64 p.
Isbn
9780439748698
Other physical details
col. ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)70065215
Label
If you lived when women won their rights, by Anne Kamma ; illustrated by Pamela Johnson
Publication
Note
"This edition first printing, February 2008"--T.p. verso
Contents
What rights did the first women who settled in America have? -- Did women help win the American Revolution? -- Why did Abigail Adams write to her husband? -- Did laws about women change after the American Revolution? -- Which laws upset women the most? -- How were the laws unfair to married women? -- What did girls wear? -- Why did women complain about their clothes? -- Did girls go to school? -- Why weren't women allowed to go to college? -- Who was Lucy Stone? -- How did women earn money? -- What was America like in the 1800s? -- Why did people want to make alcohol illegal? -- Did women join the antislavery movement? -- Who was Elizabeth Cady Stanton? -- What started the women's rights movement? -- What did the women do? -- Who was Lucretia Mott? -- Did anybody show up? -- What happened at the Seneca Falls convention? -- Was there trouble at the convention? -- What did the newspaper say? -- Were the people from the convention upset? -- Was the convention a failure? -- Who was the leader of the new movement? -- Who was Susan B. Anthony? -- What happened when Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony became a team? -- Did any men support women's rights? -- Did the marriage laws change? -- Why did it take so long to change the laws? -- What happened when women first wore pants? -- What was different about the West? -- How did pioneers in the West find out about the women's movement? -- How did women get the vote in Wyoming? -- Was there trouble when the women voted? -- What did women do during the Civil War? -- Who was Sojourner Truth? -- Why were women's rights leaders upset after the war? -- How did women speakers help change America? -- How did suffragists in England help? -- Who was Alice Paul? -- Who was Carrie Chapman Catt? -- Why did Alice Paul organize a march in Washington, D.C.? -- What did Alice Paul do next? -- What was the "night of terror"? -- When did women get the right to vote?
Control code
ocm70065215
Dimensions
20 x 24 cm.
Extent
64 p.
Isbn
9780439748698
Other physical details
col. ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)70065215

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