Votes for Women: The 19th Amendment in NebraskaEditat de David L. Bristow
en Limba Engleză Paperback – August 2019
Nationally known leaders such as Susan B. Anthony and Amelia Bloomer were active in Nebraska, and homegrown leaders such as Clara Bewick Colby and Doris Stevens achieved national influence. In Nebraska itself, the struggle between pro- and anti-suffrage forces (both led by women) was not only about women’s rights but also involved matters of class, religion, race, and national origin.
Votes for Women is illustrated with historic photographs and artifacts from the collections of History Nebraska.
David L. Bristow is the publications editor at History Nebraska, the state’s historical society. He handles the organization’s books and its quarterly journal, Nebraska History. He is the author of three books, most recently Flight to the Top of the World: The Adventures of Walter Wellman (Nebraska, 2018).