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AnnotatedBibliography PrimarySources: Books: DudleyGold,Susan.SupremeCourtMilestonesRobertsv.Jaycees:Women'sRights.New York:TwentyFirstCentury,1995.Print.Fromabookaboutwomen'srightsin Americaandhowit'saffectedthecountryandintheworld.Italsocontainsatimelineof theachievementsinthesupportofwomen'srights.Also,includesexperiencesofwomen inthelastcenturyaffectedbytheactsandamendmentsresponsibleofwomen'srights. Grimes,AlanPendleton."FrontierEgalitarianismandWomanSuffrage."ThePuritanEthic andWomanSuffrage.NewYork:OxfordUP,1967.326.Print.Abookcontaining bothinformationofwomensuffrageandthepuritansinAmericainthelate1800sto early1900s.Itincludeswhatthewomenwantedfromthefeministmovementlikethe righttovoteandrunforoffice,eligibilityforuniversitiesandprofessions.Itshowshow thatimportantchangesinpastlikeProtestantismwererealgamechangersforwomen's rights.Theywerethepartsthathadthemostsuccess.

Pankhurst,E.Sylvia.TheSuffragette:TheHistoryoftheWomen'sMilitantSuffrage Movement,19051910.NewYork:Sturgis&Walton,1912.Print.Oneofthe daughtersofthelateEmmelinePankhurstandshewroteabookaboutherexperiences andhistoryofthewomansuffragistswithmilitantmethods.UnfortunatelySylviaand Adelaabandonedtheirmotherandsister.Thefamilybondthatwasseveredwasnever mended.Sheaddsthehistoryofhermotherandfather.Sheexplainshowwoman's

rightshasbeenpartofherlifeevenwhenshewasyoung. Pankhurst,Emmeline.MyOwnStory.NewYork:Hearst'sInternationalLibrary,1914.Print. ThisisautobiographyfromEmmelinePankhurstwhichshewroteherexperiencesasthe leaderofthewomansuffragemovementandherunion,Woman'sSocialandPolitical Union.SheandherdaughterChristabelhadexperiencedbeinginprisontogetherjustso theycanhavetheirpointtothegovernmentandthegeneralpublic.

Websites: "GuidedHistory."GuidedHistoryWomensSuffrageattheBeginningoftheTwentieth CenturyComments.N.p.,n.d.Web.14Jan.2014. <http://blogs.bu.edu/guidedhistory/moderneurope/monicakramer/>.Thisisawebsite thatshowsthewomensuffragettesandlotsofpictures.Therearemorethanone substantialsuffragisticonslikeEmmelinePankhurstandMillicentGarrettFawcett.The websiteexplicitlyestablishedthebeliefsandstrugglesofthesuffragetttesespeciallyin England.Theirresponsibilitiesintheirlifeaffectedbythegovernmentisjustasimportant astheirpersonallives. Pankhurst,Emmeline.MyOwnStory.[NewYork]:Hearst'sInternationalLibrary,1914.MRS. PANKHURST'SOWNSTORY.ChuckGreif,MartinPettit,UniversityofToronto LibrariesandtheOnlineDistributedProofreadingTeam,6Jan.2011.Web.15Nov. 2013.<http://www.gutenberg.org/files/34856/34856h/34856h.htm>.Thisisan autobiographybytheEmmelinePankhurst.Thisshowsherstoryfightingforwomen's rightsforvotinginthegovernmentoftheirnation.Sheexpressestheimportanceof

humanfreedomforequalityandthatit'severyperson'sresponsibilitytotakeactionfor thatpurpose.Inadditionshealsoexplainsdifferentexamplesofavarietyofpeoplewith theirrights.Shealsostatesthedeathofherlatehusbandthatsupportedhercausefor women'ssuffrage. Trueman,Chris."EmmelinePankhurst."EmmelinePankhurst.N.p.,2000.Web.15Nov. 2013.<http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/emmeline_pankhurst.htm>.Thisisa websitewithabiographyofEmmelinePankhurst.Shewasawomansuffragettefighting forwomen'srightsbecauseshethoughtitwasherresponsibilitytodosoforwomenand toallnations.InGreatBritain,sheandhersupportivehusbandhadasuffragette movementcalledtheWomen'sFranchiseLeague.Howeveritbecameafailuresoshe foundedtheWSPU. Trueman,Chris."Women'sSocialandPoliticalUnion."Women'sSocialandPoliticalUnion. N.p.,2000.Web.15Nov.2013. <http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/womens_social_political_union.htm>.Thisisa websiteaboutthegroupcalledWomen'sSocialandPoliticalUnionalsoknownasthe WSPU.ItwasfoundedbyEmmelinePankhurstandherdaughterChristabelPankhurst thatbecameamember.Atthetime,therewasadifferentwomen'ssuffragemovement bytheILP.However,Mrs.Pankhurstdidn'tbelievethatthegroupwasn'tfully committedtoit'scause.SothenshestartedtheWSPUwithherdaughter.Apparently thegroupdidn'tstartoutusingharshmethodslikebeingmilitant. Wojtczak,Helena."TheWomen'sSocial&PoliticalUnion."TheWomen'sSocial&Political Union.Cassell,2000.Web.15Nov.2013.

<http://www.victorianweb.org/gender/wojtczak/wspu.html>.Thisisawebsiteaboutthe WSPUthatwasfoundedbyEmmelinePankhurst.Itshowsthatthe"Suffragettes"were fightingfortheirrightsthroughmilitantmethodstogettheirpointacrosstotheworld.It alsoshowsexamplesofthewomenmembersthattooktheirtimeandeffortbecause theythoughtitwastheirresponsibilitytostandupforwhattheybelievein.Their methodsstartedwithpassingnewspaperstodestroyingmansions.

SecondarySources: Books: Haesly,Richard.Women'sSuffrage.SanDiego:Greenhaven,2003.Print.Thisisabook aboutwomen'ssuffrageanditsimpactsinAmericaandtotherestoftheworld.The womenofamericaespeciallyhaddifficultylivingwiththefactthatblackpeoplecould votebutwomencouldnot.DifferentwomenlikeSojournerTruthgaveimmense influencetothecauseofwomenfortheyfeltitwastheirgreatresponsibilitytodoso. Thisaffectedbothgendersinthecountrybutallraces. Liddington,Jill,andJillNorris.OneHandTiedbehindUs:TheRiseoftheWomen's SuffrageMovement.London:Virago,1978.Print.Thisisoneofthebooksthatwas usedtoextractinformationabouthowexactlytheimpactandeffectofthewoman suffragettemovement.ThemembersoftheWSPUwereusingtheirradicalmethodsto exposetheircausetobeablehavetherighttovote.

Montefiore,SimonSebag.EmmelinePankhurstSpeechonWomen'sSuffrage,13 November1913.SpeechesThatChangedtheWorld.London:Quercus,2010. 5153.Print.Hereisabookwhichcontainsacatalogofmanyveryinfluentialspeeches thatgreatlymadeanimpactintheworld.ThespeechfromEmmelinePankhurst containedherfeelingsaboutwomen'ssuffragecalled'Iamhereasasoldier,'Italso includesashortbiographyofher.ThespeechportraysthesituationinEnglandhas surpassedAmericabythatwomen'ssuffragehasalreadybeenintheirpoliticsalready. Shesaidshewasnotthereasasuffragistbuta'soldier.' Sagan,Miriam.Women'sSuffrage.SanDiego:Lucent,1995.Print.Abookaboutmovement aboutwomen'srightsinavarietyofpartsintheworld.Thereareveryimportantwomen includedintheactofsupportforwomen'ssuffrage:MaryWollstonecraft,Lucretia Mott,ElizabethCadyStanton,SusanB.Anthony,AlicePaulandmanyothers.This showshowthatthedifferentmovementsinteractandexchangeidealsinsupportoftheir cause.Forexample,theBritishsuffragistmovementinEngland,Americanswenttosee theBritishsuffragistradicalidealtacticstowardsParliament. West,Rebecca,andJaneMarcus.TheYoungRebecca:WritingsofRebeccaWest191117. London:Virago,1983.Print.ThesewerewritingsofthetimeofEmmelinePankhurst. Thewriterhadfirsthanddocumentationtoabletowitnessthewomansuffragette movementatit'sfinest.Herwritingsshowthestrugglesandhardshipsthefeministswent throughduringthetime.Thewomenseemedtobetakenresponsibleintheirownlives notonlyrelyingontheirfathersandhusbands.

Websites: "EmilyPankhurstBiography."BiographyOnline.N.p.,n.d.Web.07Nov.2013. <http://www.biographyonline.net/politicians/uk/emilypankhurst.html>.Thisisawebsite withasmallbiographyofEmmelinePankhurstwithherbeliefsontheresponsibilityof genderequality.Thenalsoshowshowheractionsinfluencedherdreamofwomen's rightsforsuffrageareality.Therearealsoquotesthatwereactuallyspokenbythe womanherself. "EmmelinePankhurst(18581928)."BBCNews.BBC,n.d.Web.07Nov.2013. <http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures/pankhurst_emmeline.shtml>.This websiteshowcasesthebiographyofEmmelinePankhurst.Itexplainsherbirth, marriage,andherfoundationofherwomenactivists. "InternationalWomen'sDay2012:101YearsOfFemaleAchievements."TheHuffingtonPost UK.N.p.,n.d.Web.14Jan.2014. <http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2012/03/08/internationalwomensdayfemaleachiev ements_n_1330517.html>.Thewebsitehasachronologicalslideshowofwomenand theirachievementslikeMarieCurie,EmmelinePankhurstandMotherTeresa.Allthese womenwentagainsttheoddsespesciallywiththemalefiguresinthewold.Theytook theirresponsibilitytotakeadvantageoftheirtalentsandchosetohavetherighttobe productiveaboutit.

"RedirectNotice."RedirectNotice.N.p.,n.d.Web.07Nov.2013. <http://www.google.com/url?q=http://womenineuropeanhistory.org/index.php?title=Em meline_Pankhurst>.ThiswebsiteshowsaboutthewomenEmmelinePankhurst'slife andcompassionforwomen'srights.Italsoshowsherfamilyandhistory.Shehadmany influenceswithhergroupwithaggressivemethods.Inadditionexplainshermovement goingovertheAtlanticoceanliketheAmericas. ""WhyWeAreMilitant,"EmmelinePankhurst(1913)."Pankhurst.N.p.,n.d.Web.07Nov. 2013.<http://spot.pcc.edu/~rflynn/HST_103/OnlineReadings/Pankhurst.html>.Thisis awebsiteaboutEmmelinePankhurst'sdeterminationofwoman'ssuffrage.This showcasesaspeechshespokeinNewYorkonhergroup'sdefense. "WSPUFoundedbyEmmelinePankhurst."About.com20thCenturyHistory.N.p.,n.d. Web.07Nov.2013.<http://history1900s.about.com/od/1900s/a/WSPU.htm>.This websitesaysaboutagroupcalledtheWSPUorWomen'sSocialandPoliticalUnion. Thisgroupwereactivistsforwomen'ssuffragethatusedmoredisruptivemethodsto gainpublicityandbroadcasttheirmovement. "TheWSPU."TheWSPU.N.p.,n.d.Web.15Nov.2013. <http://www.lsg.sch.ae/departments/history/cws/TheWSPU.html>.Thisisawebsite abouttheWomen'sSocialandPoliticalUnion.Itshowseventhegroup'scolors.Their colorswerewhite,green,andpurple.Theyrepresented:dignity,purity,andhopeforthe future.Thesecolorsrepresentedtheircommitmenttotheircampaign.Theyalsohad

differenttypesandwaysofpropagandatoexposetheircausetothepeople.Theyhada responsibilitytowomensotheyknewthattheyneededmoreaggressiveandvigorous methodsofadvertisementtogetpeopletalking.