A very brief history ofAmerican women before 1919         Lisa M Lane
Woman standing over two children painting in an art class at Hull HouseChicago Daily News, 1924 (Library of Congress)
Woman with fan, c. 1858 (Library of Congress)
Abigail Adams (Library of Congress)
Mary H. Lee c. 1850 (Library of Congress)
Elizabeth Cady Stanton and daughter, 1856(Library of Congress)
Deseret Hospital Board(Emmeline Wells is front right)
Help Us Win the Vote, 1914   (Library of Congress)
John Brewster, The Morgan Family (c 1790)
Suffrage parade, 1913 (Library of Congress)
The End
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*NOTE: this was a slidecast with audio. It is now on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HAfPo20-TyM.

In response to the common belief that the early 20th century was the beginning of American women's contribution to history. Creative Commons licensed Lisa M Lane A-NC-SA 2012.

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  1. 1. A very brief history ofAmerican women before 1919 Lisa M Lane
  2. 2. Woman standing over two children painting in an art class at Hull HouseChicago Daily News, 1924 (Library of Congress)
  3. 3. Woman with fan, c. 1858 (Library of Congress)
  4. 4. Abigail Adams (Library of Congress)
  5. 5. Mary H. Lee c. 1850 (Library of Congress)
  6. 6. Elizabeth Cady Stanton and daughter, 1856(Library of Congress)
  7. 7. Deseret Hospital Board(Emmeline Wells is front right)
  8. 8. Help Us Win the Vote, 1914 (Library of Congress)
  9. 9. John Brewster, The Morgan Family (c 1790)
  10. 10. Suffrage parade, 1913 (Library of Congress)
  11. 11. The End

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