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WINNING THE VOTE The Triumph of the American Woman Suffrage
Movement Finally honoring the suffrage movement with the attention
and dignity it deserves, this deluxe clothbound Special Edition was
created for history lovers, book collectors, and those who make
diplomatic and organizational presentations. The profusely
illustrated work includes an exclusive opening 16-page photographic
essay celebrating women’s drive for the vote which features
powerful, thematic photographs, rare color illustrations, and
inspiring quotes that capture the spirit and essence of the
suffrage experience. This beautifully produced 512-page book is
bound in a sensuous, rich purple Japanese silk with gold embossing,
and is presented in an elegant, matching, gold embossed slip case
to keep it pristine for years. Each Special Edition is signed and
numbered by the author. Only 50 out of a maximum 500 copies have so
far been produced. Gold silk book mark, bibliography, and index.
This is a true collector’s edition, a book you and your loved ones
will treasure for generations. Winning the Vote captures the color
and excitement of a central, inspiring, but nearly forgotten
chapter in American history. This beautifully designed hardback
presents the American woman suffrage movement clearly and
chronologically with emphasis on the remarkable personalities and
turbulent political campaigns of the early 20th century. Nearly
1,000 photographs, posters, leaflets and portraits illustrate this
fascinating account of the expansion of American democracy. Large
format images and a fast paced text highlight key developments
between 1848 and 1920, including over 52 state electoral campaigns
and the final, controversial drive for the 19th amendment. Winning
the Vote shows how women have long been active participants in U.S.
history and how many became politically powerful before winning the
right to vote. There are profiles of 78 American women and men,
black and white, who led the drive for equal rights, and an
unprecedented display of the symbolism, color, and imagery used by
the increasingly sophisticated suffrage movement. The opening 3
chapters, out of 18, cover efforts for full democracy in the 19th
century, and an Epilogue follows suffragists into government and
other influential areas after 1920. Approximately 496 page
including the bibliography.