Are resources that are accessible via the Internet and World Wide Web. In general, web pages and documents on the internet that provide useful information are known as online resources. While an online resource is archetypal data and educational in nature, and support software available online can also be considered a resource. (Newspapers, Dictionaries, Blogs, and Encyclopedias are a few.)
- League of Women Voter Resources Includes news clips, legal documents, press releases, and blogs.
- LWVDE 19th Amendment Resources This includes many internet resources to learn more about the Suffrage Movement. It includes links of educators (lesson plans) as well as the National Women’s History Project and Library of Congress.
- To learn more about suffragists, read HerStory: The Women Behind the 19th Amendment by Greg Timmons.
- Delaware Archives Women's Vote Centennial, the Delaware Centennial Subcommittee website by the Delaware Public Archives, offers a calendar of centennial events in Delaware in addition to being a resource for 19th Amendment history.
- The League of Women Voters of Sussex County has a website that marks the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, granting women throughout the country the right to vote. It includes many online resources to enhance our knowledge of this important event.
- The Ann Lewis Women's Suffrage Collection is a privately owned collection amassed over twenty years. It is comprised of more than 1,200 books, objects, correspondence, periodicals, lobbying materials, postcards, and more. Read about the collector, Ann Lewis.
- The American Bar Association Planning Guide. View these free voting and 19th Amendment resources to help plan your events and activities.
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