Lincoln’s Legacy and Struggles for African American Rights     and Women’s Rights,           1895-1945        Images to Ac...
Carrie Chapman Catt   Image courtesy of National Park Service.
Anna Howard Shaw  Image courtesy of Library of Congress.
Alice PaulImage courtesy of National Park Service.
Adella Hunt LoganCourtesy of the New York Public Library Digital Gallery
Jane AddamsImage courtesy of US Library of Congress.
W.E.B. Du BoisImage courtesy of National Park Service.
Booker T. Washington   Image courtesy of Library of Congress.
A. Philip Randolph  Image courtesy of National Archives.
Theodore Roosevelt    Image courtesy of USDA.gov.
Woodrow Wilson Image courtesy of Library of Congress.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt     Image courtesy of Library of Congress.
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  1. 1. Lincoln’s Legacy and Struggles for African American Rights and Women’s Rights, 1895-1945 Images to Accompany the Lecture
  2. 2. Carrie Chapman Catt Image courtesy of National Park Service.
  3. 3. Anna Howard Shaw Image courtesy of Library of Congress.
  4. 4. Alice PaulImage courtesy of National Park Service.
  5. 5. Adella Hunt LoganCourtesy of the New York Public Library Digital Gallery
  6. 6. Jane AddamsImage courtesy of US Library of Congress.
  7. 7. W.E.B. Du BoisImage courtesy of National Park Service.
  8. 8. Booker T. Washington Image courtesy of Library of Congress.
  9. 9. A. Philip Randolph Image courtesy of National Archives.
  10. 10. Theodore Roosevelt Image courtesy of USDA.gov.
  11. 11. Woodrow Wilson Image courtesy of Library of Congress.
  12. 12. Franklin Delano Roosevelt Image courtesy of Library of Congress.

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