Ellen C. DuBois
Honoring the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment to the Constitution, this exciting history explores the full scope of the movement to win the vote for women through portraits of its bold leaders and devoted activists.
The Book of Gutsy Women
Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton
An homage to prominent women of the world who made a difference. Hillary Clinton collaborates with her daughter, Chelsea, in this celebration of more than 100 pioneering women who inspired them most.
Julie Des Jardins
Des Jardins profiles a remarkable yet relatively unknown figure in American history who dedicated her life to advancing the careers of other women and to bringing women's issues and needs into a public forum.
Mr. President, How Long Must We Wait?
Examines the complex relationship between suffragist leader Alice Paul and President Woodrow Wilson, revealing the life-risking measures that Paul and her supporters endured to gain voting rights for American women.
Good and Mad
Explores the transformative power of female anger and its ability to transcend into a political movement, tracking the history of women's anger as political fuel, from suffragettes campaigning for voting rights to the Women's March and the #MeToo movement.
The astonishing but forgotten story of an immigrant sweatshop worker who married an heir to a great American fortune and became one of the most charismatic radical leaders of her time.
The Soul of America
While the American story has not always been heroic, we have been sustained by a belief in progress even in the gloomiest of times. In this inspiring book, Meacham reassures us, “The good news is that we have come through such darkness before”—as, time and again, Lincoln’s better angels have found a way to prevail.
Also available in ebook
With Courage and Cloth
An award-winning author chronicles the story of the women's suffrage movement in America, using compelling period photographs--including some never before published--to illustrate the vivid narrative.
Susan B. Anthony
Explores how family background, education, Quaker upbringing, and an early teaching career converged in Anthony, who ultimately chose striving for social justice over marriage as a vocation.