"The effort to gain women's rights in the United States began at a convention in New York State. But it was in the Western United States—Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, and Idaho—where the women's movement found its first great triumphs. In this book, meet 25 Westerners who led the way.
With a foreword by Utahn Shannon Hale, Newberry Honor award-winning author of Princess Academy.
Includes illustrations, biographies and photos of women (and one man) who advocated for women's voting rights in the 19th century.
Explores the lives of people in the 20th century who further the work on behalf of women in the variety of industries and disciplines.
Discover the stories of heroes of the past: how do they shape who you are today?"
By Naomi Watkins and Katherine Kitterman. Illustrations by Brooke Smart.