Primary Sources and Lesson Plans from Library of Congress
19th Amendment Web Guide
This introduction to primary sources is well-organized and easy to navigate. It includes: newspapers, photographs, links to video of Theodore Roosevelt talking to suffragists, Mary Church Terrell papers, Carrie Chapman Catt papers, Elizabeth Cady Stanton papers, sheet music of suffragists, and more.
Check out the Education Materials link for a teacher guide, clickable primary sources, images, scrapbooks, maps, and a primary source analysis sheet (useful tool).
"Their Rights and Nothing Less" Lesson Plan
Geared towards secondary (7-12) students, this lesson plan includes three lessons: introduction to analyzing primary sources; historical context of women's suffrage with analysis of suffrage arguments in primary sources; and creating a primary source timeline with suffrage emphasis.
Photos, Prints, and Drawings
This is a large collection of primary source photos, prints, and drawings related to suffrage--great to use with the primary source analysis sheet.
National American Woman Suffrage Association Collection
Check out these 1,935 primary sources, mainly from the collection of Carrie Chapman Catt, President of the National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA).
By the People Suffrage: Women Fight for the Vote
This collection includes transcribed papers of Susan B. Anthony, Mary Church Terrell and others. There are letters, speeches, daybooks, and more.