Politics of Suffrage
What is the proper pace of change?
What are the proper methods for reform?
Lesson: Reconstruction Debate
Lesson: Black Rights
Lesson: Woman Suffrage
Lesson: Susan B. Anthony on Trial
Lesson: Final Push
Continue watching Iron Jawed Angels
Test on Suffrage
Essay is civil disobedience enough?
Need extra help? These online readings and activities may bring it all together for you.
1. Read the overview of the period known as "Reconstruction." Write a brief response to the following question, "What were the causes and effects of Reconstruction?"
2. Then go to this page and choose two articles of interest to you and summarize each of them. Consider, "What is the main idea?"
3. Go to the following link and take the Quiz on Reconstruction. Write down your answers.
Read the following articles and respond to the following questions using evidence from the articles. "Should blacks suffer because of white racism?"
Americans in the South
Convict Lease System
Jim Crow and the Courts
Plessy v. Ferguson
Segregation and Disfranchisement
Booker T. Washington and the Politics of Accommodation
Read the following articles and respond to the following questions using evidence from the articles.
The Drive for the Vote Begins
The Movement Splits
The First Breakthroughs
New Arguments and New Constituencies
Opponents of Suffrage
The Final Push
Did the Vote Make a Difference?