Answered By: ask crisslibrary
Last Updated: May 06, 2015     Views: 5

Hi Stephanie,

The link below will take you to the library's catalog page for women's rights books. You should be able to find timeline information in these sources. Also, I would use the library's database, CQ Researcher. In the search box, type in "women's rights," or "women's suffrage." Multiple reports come up. Within each report, on the left-hand side, you can click on "chronology" for a timeline to come up. If you need further assistance, please contact Eleanor Johnson, the library's Women's Studies librarian. Her phone number is 402-554-3207, and email is eleanorjohnson@unomaha.edu. If you have further questions just let us know. Have a great day!

Books on women's rights:

http://unomaha.worldcat.org/search?q=su%3AWomen+Suffrage+United+States+History.&qt=hot_subject#x0%253Abook-%2C%2528x0%253Abook%2Bx4%253Adigital%2529%2C%2528x0%253Abook%2Bx4%253Amic%2529format

Link to CQ Researcher (if off-campus, you'll be prompted to sign in to your library account):

http://library.cqpress.com.leo.lib.unomaha.edu/cqresearcher/

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