Progressive Era, Roaring Twenties, and World War I Additional Resources

Progressive Era, Roaring Twenties, and World War I Activities

ETHS Virtual Suffrage Exhibit via Padlet

Albert Parsons Haymarket Timeline

Anne Dallas Dudley- "The Southern Temperment as related to Suffrage"

Birth of Country Music Activities

Booker T. Washington "Cast Down your Bucket Where You Are" speech

Josephine Anderson Pearson - My Story Of How and Why I Became an Anti-Suffrage Leader

The Great Migration Letters

W.E.B. DuBois "The Nigara Movement" speech

W.E.B. DuBois The Souls of Black Folks

W.E.B. DuBois  "The Talented Tenth"

Teaching Activities on Alvin C. York and WWI
Womens Suffrage Activity

Progressive Era, Roaring Twenties, and World War I Web Links

Votes for Women 

Part of the Library of Congress extensive collection of resources on women’s suffrage

Library of Congress: Suffrage

Collection of suffrage related photos from Library of Congress

Women of Protest

More photos related to suffrage

Women's Suffrage: Tennessee and the Passage of the 19th Amendment

Collection of suffrage materials from Tennessee State Libary and Archives

American Memory Site

This opens to a page on the Library of Congress American Memory site.  It has background information about lynching, an excerpt from Ida B. Wells pamphlet “Lynch Law in Georgia” as well as a link to the entire text of the pamphlet.

University of Chicago: Ida B. Wells

This link open the finding guide for the Ida B. Wells Papers at the University of Chicago.  The guide contains links to the documents that have been digitized.

PBS: Jim Crow

Excellent website from PBS titled The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow

Library of Congress: W.C. Handy

This page from the Library of Congress has links to excellent primary sources on W.C. Handy.

Zimmerman Telegraph Lesson Plan