Relive the suffrage movement, learn about key events and figures, and explore primary documents to learn all about the fight for women's right to vote.
In Voices for Suffrage, students use primary sources to explore, replay, and engage with the women’s suffrage movement. Students will learn about the tactics, arguments, key people, and historical events that led to women gaining the vote and they’ll have fun doing it.
Civics & Government
Voting & Suffrage
Women in History
Analyze primary sources and extract information from them in order to answer questions or form a narrative.
Learn more about the important people, places, and events related to the movement and the eventual ratification of the 19th Amendment.
Learn how to use search terms, filters, and tags to locate content in a large database.
Use as a research tool when developing suffrage-related lesson plans using the included primary sources and other content.
Assign any of the Guided Tours or game chapters to be reviewed/played by students which can then be followed up with written questions or an in-class discussion.