This page contains resources for English, Humanities, and Social Studies teachers who are teaching the Woman Suffrage Movement. The resources relate to both the national movement as well as the movement in Kentucky.
- The Votes for Kentucky Women student activity book by Elizabeth Solie (January 2020) for older elementary students - read more about it and download the .pdf here.
- What is a Vote Worth? is a collaborative project of the Frazier History Museum, Jefferson County Public Schools, and other Louisville, Kentucky organizations. This website was funded by Frazier History Museum, Metro Louisville Office for Women, and private donors. It was published in 1919.
- These materials were first developed for the 2017 KEA TALK Conference (June 12-13) by Dr. Joanna Lile of Transylvania University in Lexington and Ms. Sariena Sampson of Doss High School in Louisville.
- 2017 TALK Presentation Slides (.pdf file)
- Suffrage Song, handout
- Biosketch Analysis, handout
- "Iron My Shirt" Assignment
- "Iron My Shirt" Texts
- Suffrage Photographs, handout
- Suffrage WebQuest, handout
- Kentucky Votes for Women Trail, digital map with annotations
**** Other primary sources to consider using:
- Pamphlet: Avery, Susan Look. "Justice to the Negro," (April 1903), Laura Clay Papers, Box 18, folder 8, University of Kentucky Libraries Special Collections Research Center, Lexington KY.