Author: Lisa Villani, Claire Provost, Eric Hilaire
Title: A Timeline of Women's Right to Vote - Interactive.
Publisher: The Guardian (6 July 2011).
Annotation: A highly visual timeline of when country-wide laws were enacted to protect women's right to vote - note that it requires the user to download the free Flash plug-in. The data is an addendum to the UN Women's Progress of the World's Women 2011 justice report which examines political, social and economic rights of women around the world.
Publication: Crusade for the Vote (website). National Women's History Museum. Alexandria, VA
A digital repository of resources for K-12 educators regarding U.S. women's suffrage. The Resources section has two parts: Online Exhibits and Lesson Plans. As of this post, there are two Online Exhibits:
Title: "Black Women Are Using the Vote They Fought So Hard to Win."
Publisher: History News Network. 24 December 2017.
Jillean McCommons is a PhD student in the Department of History at the University of Kentucky. This essay connects contemporary voting patterns with the history of black women's work at the national level in supporting the passage of the 19th Amendment.