33 Things Every Girl Should Know About Women's History
Tanya Bolden, Ed.
“Rain or Shine I intend to spend the Sunday with you that we may all together concoct a declaration,” wrote Elizabeth Cady Stanton in 1848, confirming the tea party at which the Senaca Falls Women’s Rights Convention was planned.
This book is an accessible introduction to the many women who “concocted” the changes that have been realized in the rights and roles of US women over the past 150 years. Using period photos, quotes, timelines, and original essays, it covers topics as diverse as suffragettes, skirt lengths, labor history, the E.R.A, and Title IX.
Entertaining, inspiring reading for girls (and boys) 10 and up.
Softcover, 7 x 9, 240pp., 2002.
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