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The Suffragists in Literature for Youth: The Fight for the Vote

The Suffragists in Literature for Youth: The Fight for the Vote (Paperback)

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This book focuses on the American suffrage movement and its leaders from 1848, when the first Woman's Rights Convention was held in Seneca Falls, New York, to 1920, when the 19th Amendment was finally ratified. Resources-print, non-print, and electronic-are annotated, arranged by format, and listed by age group. Information on woman suffrage efforts in other countries, such as Great Britain, is also included, as are connections to related materials on voting and the Constitution.

Sport & Hobbies Publisher: Scarecrow Press Publication Date: 19/10/2006 ISBN-13: 9780810853720  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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In addition to being a novelist and book reviewer, reference librarian Shelley Mosley has written for Booklist, Wilson Library Bulletin, Library Journal, Romance Writer's Report, and VOYA; is co-authoring (with John Charles) a biocritical dictionary of American Romance authors; and has been a contributor to What Do I Read Next? since 1999. Mosley, involved with women's issues for the past three decades, founded Independents for the Equal Rights Amendment and served on the Southern Arizona Coalition for the ERA as well as the State Steering Committee for the ERA. Scottsdale, Arizona reference librarian John Charles co-authors VOYA's annual "Clueless: Adult Mysteries with Young Adult Appeal" column, and has written articles for Library Journal, Booklist, Gothic Journal, and Public Libraries. John also co-authored Mystery Readers' Advisory: The Librarian's Clues to Murder and Mayhem; is a long-time contributor to What Do I Read Next?; and, with Shelley Mosley, is co-authoring a biocritical dictionary of American Romance authors.

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