Kentucky Woman Suffrage bibliography entry template

Please use the template below for a Bibliographical Resource submitted to H-Kentucky for the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project.

How to add your entry to the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project Bibliography page:

  1. Make sure you are logged in to H-Net and subscribed to H-Kentucky (see directions on H-Kentucky network for step-by-step directions).
  2. Make sure your H-Net profile includes your name and institution or organization affiliation.
  3. Copy the template below into a new document for you to use when you are ready to copy-and-paste into a new discussion post or a new link on H-Kentucky.
  4. When your entry is ready, go to H-Kentucky ( to submit your entry.
    1. If your entry is not accessible via the web, click the orange button “Start a Discussion.” Paste your entry into the “Description” text box.
    2. If your entry is a digital record, e.g., an item in World Cat or Google Books, choose the “Links” tab at the top of the page and click on the orange button “Add a Link.”
  5. Enter the title of the new post (or link) – which is the bibliographic citation itself. Please use Chicago Manual of Style (or Turabian) format for a bibliography. A quick guide and examples are available at
    Example: Fuller, Paul E. Laura Clay and the Woman’s Rights Movement. Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky, 1975.
  6. Choose the best terms to classify your entry as a particular research source (primary, secondary or tertiary).
  7. Add keywords related to your entry’s content. Click “preview” then “submit to editor.”
  8. You will receive an email notification when your post has been published. If revisions are requested, please click on the link in the notification email, read the editor’s comments, and respond accordingly.




Date of Publication:

Annotation: (Explain how you used this resource or how it supports others’ research into the topic of Kentucky Woman Suffrage History)         

Type of Source: Which one term below best describes the kind of source that your entry is?

Primary source – click here to see a brief definition of a primary source and examples
Secondary source – a brief definition and examples
Tertiary source – a brief definition and examples

Category terms and Keywords: The category terms are for higher-level sorting when searching for resources on bigger topics. All entries will include the Category “KySuffrageBibliography” - add more precise terms such as famous names or important places as keywords.

  • Biographies and Biosketches
  • Counties/Places
  • Historiography
  • Religion
    • Evangelical Protestantism
  • Race
  • Legislation
    • Lobbying
    • Committee of Six
    • Constitutional Convention
  • Connections to National Work
    • “Kentucky Plan”
    • Speaking tours
    • History of Woman Suffrage
  • Reluctance/Anti-Suffrage Sentiment
  • Education
    • School Suffrage
    • Opening Colleges to Women
  • New South
  • Friends of Suffrage
    • Politicians who stand in support of suffrage
  • Political Parties
  • Personal Relationships
  • Newspapers/Press Coverage
  • Wars
  • After the Amendment
    • Female Voters
  • Ratification
  • Divorce and Domestic Abuse
  • Literature
    • How-to Books
    • Cookbooks
    • Novels
    • Poems
    • Songs
  • Office Holding
    • Appointed/Elected
  • Public Events
    • Parades
    • Speaking Tours
  • Property Rights
  • Children
    • Custody
    • Push to change age of consent
  • State vs. Federal Amendment
  • Immigrant Women
  • Organizations
    • KERA
    • WCTU
    • General Federation of Woman’s Clubs
    • Mothers Clubs
    • Sororities

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