A different time...a different place...what if you were there?
Did you know that long ago, girls in the United States were not allowed to wear pants, play sports on a team, ride a bicycle, or go to college? Their mothers could not own property, keep the money they earned, or vote in an election. All that began to change in 1848. That's when women first got together to fight for their rights. This book tells the exciting story of how women worked to get the rights that all American girls and women have today.
Written by Anne Kamma, illustrated by Pamela Johnson. Paperback, 64 pages, RL 3 007-010. ISBN:978-0-439-74869-8.