List the “geographical region” of focus of Professor Kuhlman’s and Professor Woodworth-Ney’s discussions of women’s suffrage
List one change to women’s lives presented by Professor Foner
2. List the “geographical region” of focus of Professor Kuhlman’s and Professor Woodworth-Ney’s discussions of women’s suffrage
3. List two other [non-suffrage] issues of concern for women presented by either Professor Kuhlman or Professor Woodworth-Ney
Questioning Freedom: What was the significance of the Seneca Falls convention of 1848?
Questioning Freedom: How were women’s lives changing in the late nineteenth century, and which direction was the women’s movement taking?
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Dr. Kuhlman’s Questions
Was there any pattern to the granting of women’s suffrage?
How did voting rights relate to nationhood?
Women and “nationhood”
Women’s suffrage brought new rights. Were there still shortcomings after suffrage? Any items not gained with voting rights?
Gains for women
Shortcomings of women’s suffrage
Did international events contribute to women’s suffrage?
Dr. Woodworth-Ney’s Questions
Do you find any pattern to women’s suffrage in the American West?
U S Suffrage Map
Did suffrage proponents argue women voting would protect the status quo? What arguments were made in the American West in which womens’ suffrage would maintain the status quo?
Were there any other arguments presented?
Other women’s issues