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Using Encyclopedias:
There's More to Know

Suppose you wanted to know more about some of the people who worked to establish the rights of women. A good place to look for information is the encyclopedia. For each question in the table below, write the key word you would look up. Then look at the encyclopedia pictured on this page, and write down the volume you would find the key word in.

Question Key Word Volume
1. What did Susan B. Anthony want for women?    
2. Suffrage is the right to vote. Which state was the first to allow women to vote in national elections?    
3. Which amendment to the United States Constitution gave women the right to vote?    
4. What association did Elizabeth Cady Stanton form in 1869?    

5. Use the encyclopedia to find out more about one of the women in the table. Choose an interesting incident in her life to write about on the back of this sheet.

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