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Online teaching resources from the Chronicle of Higher Education. From the website:
As the coronavirus spreads, colleges are scrambling to respond to potential health-care crises, campus closures, and other issues that are arising and evolving on a daily basis. A major challenge: How can institutions continue to offer instruction if they decide to close or cancel in-person classes? A growing number are moving classes online as a short-term solution.
Author: Shea Simanek Magnuson, interviewed by Mariam Addarrat Title: Women's Suffrage in Kentucky (2020) Publisher: Tales from the Kentucky Room, Lexington Public Library, Lexington, KY (6 January 2020)
Shea Simanek Magnuson speaks in this podcast about the history of women’s suffrage in Kentucky and the U.S. The episode features two suffrage songs:
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Publisher: U.S. Senate: Woman Suffrage Centennial, United States Senate Historical Office. Washington D.C., 2019
This website focuses on the history of U.S. women's suffrage from the perspective of the U.S. Senate. It offers some general narrative as well as specific examples accompanied by images of primary sources.