Author: Emma Guy Cromwell
Title: Citizenship: A Manual for Voters.
Publisher: privately published in Frankfort, Kentucky
Date of Publication: 1920
Annotation: An important how-to manual for the newly enfranchised women of Kentucky after ratification of the 19th Amendment. It helped explain how the local, state and federal government worked and why voting was so important a component to full citizenship. See more on the role of Emma Guy Cromwell, Kentucky's first first woman to hold a statewide office in Kentucky (state librarian), at the Kentucky Women in the Civil Rights Era open knowledge initiative.
Type of Source: Primary
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