Women ‘s History. From 1620-1920. Pre/Post Test. Who is… 1. Susan B. Anthony 2. Amelia Bloomer 3. Alice Paul 4. When did women get the vote? 5. How many years after White men? 6. Name one more cause women fought for besides the Vote…. Women’s History Interactive PowerPoint.
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1. Susan B. Anthony
2. Amelia Bloomer
3. Alice Paul
4. When did women get the vote?
5. How many years after White men?
6. Name one more cause women fought for besides the Vote…
Often in the study of American History it would seem only white men did anything of note. Recently, educators are making an effort to be inclusive of all who made a difference. One such group is Women.
Go to School then High School then College
Own anything, their husbands owned their clothes, their children, everything including anything they inherited from their own families.
Marry and become ruled by your husband
Become a teacher(need to go to HS)
Become a “Old Maid” and live out your life on the goodness of your family and in return you take care of them.
People have for a long time been familiar with the heroes of our fight for independence.
In recent years people have become familiar with heroes of Civil Rights Movement.
Get your chart with women’s names out…
Make 3 Picket signs on the hand out….
Make one picket sign-Anti- Slavery
Make one picket sign- Temperance (Anti- Alcohol)
Make one picket sign- Women ‘s Right to Vote
men , 27 million WOMEN got the vote. All the heroines who fought so hard were gone but their legacy allows the choices you and I have today. We can vote, go to college, wear pants, speak to any group, own our personal belongings including property, have any career we want ..