On the March Toward Women's Suffrage
Explore the suffrage movement within the context of the broader fight for women's rights. Exhibit materials trace a path from efforts to promote equal access to education in the eighteenth century to increasing calls for expanded social and legal rights beginning in the mid-nineteenth century. The state and national suffrage movements of the era culminated in 1920 with the ratification of the 19th amendment, securing women's right to vote.
Curated by: Sarah Vlasity, CU alumna