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Primary Sources

“Constitution of the National Woman Suffrage Association.” ​Planning D-Day (April 2003) -
Library of Congress Information Bulletin,​ Victor[Washington, D.C. : National Woman Suffrage
Association, 1883]., www.loc.gov/item/93838340/. ​This source was used to show who was
‘involved in the triumph of Alice Paul’s Woman Suffrage Movement. This source helped me
understand that a whole association helped lead to an important part of history.

“[National Woman's Party Activists Watch Alice Paul Sew a Star onto the NWP Ratification
Flag, Representing Another State's Ratification of the 19th Amendment].” ​Planning D-Day
(April 2003) - Library of Congress Information Bulletin​, National Photo Co., Washington, D.C.
(Photographer), 1919, www.loc.gov/item/mnwp000263/. ​This source was used to show what the
triumph was in Alice Paul’s Woman Suffrage Movement. This helped me get a better
understanding on how Alice Paul established the 19th amendment and why she was important.

“Primary Documents in American History.” ​Planning D-Day (April 2003) - Library of Congress
Information Bulletin​, The Library of Congress ,
www.loc.gov/rr/program/bib/ourdocs/19thamendment.html. ​This source was used show what
process led to the ratification of the 19th amendment. This source helped me understand what led
to the 19th amendment and the process of it. It shows how long it took to ratify it to the
Constitution.

Sittenfeld, Curtis. “In 'The Woman's Hour,' the Battle Over the 19th Amendment Comes to
Life.” ​The New York Times​, The New York Times, 18 Apr. 2018,
www.nytimes.com/2018/04/18/books/review/womans-hour-elaine-weiss.html. ​The source was
used to show what led to the 19th amendment. This helps me understand that protesting was a
really big part in leading to the 19th amendment.

“19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, August 26, 1920.” ​Iowaculture.gov​, Courtesy of

Library of Congress,

iowaculture.gov/history/education/educator-resources/primary-source-sets/womens-suffrage/19
th-amendment-to-us. This source is used to show how the 19th amendment had an effect on us.

This helps me understand that the 19th allowed women to vote.

“Chapter 3: World War I, Jails, and Hunger Strikes.” ​Chicano Movement Geography,​ University of

Washington, depts.washington.edu/moves/NWP_project_ch3.shtml. ​This source is used to show what

the tragedy is in Alice Paul Women's Suffrage Movements. This source helps me understand that

women were not even able to protest to get rights or they would be put in jail.

Morton, Ella. “Why Women Led Anti-Suffrage Campaigns Against Themselves.” ​Atlas Obscura​,

Atlas Obscura, 11 July 2016,

www.atlasobscura.com/articles/why-women-led-antisuffrage-campaigns-against-themselves. ​This

source is used to show what was involved in the tragedy in Alice Paul Women's Suffrage. This source

helped me understand how Alice Paul Women’s Suffrage had a hard time and wasn’t able to achieve

their goal easily.

“Women's Rights.” ​Ushistory.org,​ Independence Hall Association, www.ushistory.org/us/26c.asp.

This source was used to show what led to the tragedy of Alice Paul’s Women Suffrage Movement.

This source helped understand that women did not have any rights before the 1800s and men were

counted as more superior. Later women started fighting for their rights.

“Opposition to Suffrage.” ​History of U.S. Woman's Suffrage​,

www.crusadeforthevote.org/naows-opposition/. ​This source was used to show what impact anti


suffragists had on women suffragists. This source helped me understand anti women suffragists did

not support women suffragists .

Secondary Sources:

“Alice Paul.” ​History.com,​ A&E Television Networks,


www.history.com/topics/womens-history/alice-paul. ​I used this source to help get a better
understanding on Alice Paul. This source helped understand who Alice Paul was and what she
did.

“Gale Encyclopedia of American Law.” ​Find in a Library with WorldCat​, 8 Nov. 2018,
www.worldcat.org/title/gale-encyclopedia-of-american-law/oclc/648195976. ​This source is used
to show that other people were involved in Alice Paul’s campaign and have affected it. It showed
how President Wilson was involved in Alice Paul’s campaign.

“Alice Paul.” ​National Women's History Museum​,


www.womenshistory.org/education-resources/biographies/alice-paul. ​It is used to show that
other people were involved with Alice Paul’s Woman Suffrage Movement. This helped me
understand another person that influenced Alice Paul’s Woman Suffrage Movement.

“Alice Paul.” ​Biography.com​, A&E Networks Television, 27 Feb. 2018,


www.biography.com/people/alice-paul-9435021. ​I used this source to figure out when and were
Alice Paul’s Woman Suffrage Movement took place. This helped me understand where Alice
Paul went to achieve her goal. Also it shows how the time period affected her actions.

“Alice Paul.” ​History.com,​ A&E Television Networks,


www.history.com/topics/womens-history/alice-paul. ​This source is used to show how historical
events have influenced Alice Paul. This source helps me understand that a historical event
influenced Alice Paul.

“Women Suffrage in the Progressive Era - American Memory Timeline- Classroom Presentation
| Teacher Resources.” ​Planning D-Day (April 2003) - Library of Congress Information Bulletin,​
Victor,
www.loc.gov/teachers/classroommaterials/presentationsandactivities/presentations/timeline/prog
ress/suffrage/. ​This source was used to show how other events influenced Alice Paul. This helped
me understand that other woman activists before Alice Paul has influenced her to help her reach
her goal.
“Alice Paul.” ​National Women's History Museum​,
www.womenshistory.org/education-resources/biographies/alice-paul. ​This source is used to
show why Alice Paul is important. This source helped me understand that if Alice Paul did not
protest and campaign, women may not have been able to vote til this day.

“Today in History - August 28.” ​Planning D-Day (April 2003) - Library of Congress
Information Bulletin,​ www.loc.gov/item/today-in-history/august-28/. ​This source is used to show
what was happening in the government and politics during that time period. This source helps me
understand how the government influenced Alice Paul in her time period.

“Today in History - August 28.” ​Planning D-Day (April 2003) - Library of Congress
Information Bulletin,​ Victor, www.loc.gov/item/today-in-history/august-28/. ​This source is used
to help understand what was happening in the economy during my topic’s time period. : This
source helps me understand how the time period Alice Paul was in influenced her.

“Gale Encyclopedia of American Law.” ​Find in a Library with WorldCat​, 8 Nov. 2018,
www.worldcat.org/title/gale-encyclopedia-of-american-law/oclc/648195976. ​This source is used
to show people within the society were like. This source helped me understand how people
during that time have affected or influenced Alice Paul and what was happening within society.