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Week 3 Short Responses – Question 1 What types of sources could be used to research the economic impact of the women's movement? What about for its social impact? Develop relevant search terms. To research the economic impact of the Women's Rights Movement one could use sources about the Women's Property acts, women in the workforce during the civil war, and women's right to enter into contracts. To research the social impact of the Women's Rights Movement, sources on educational opportunities for girls and women can be used as well as sources on the Second Great Awakening and the Seneca Falls convention. Week 3 Short Responses – Question 2 Congress held its final vote to approve the Nineteenth Amendment on June 4, 1919. Was this a necessary or a contributory cause of the success of the woman suffrage movement? This event was a necessary event because it is essential to causing another event. Congress holding its final vote caused the approval of the Nineteenth Amendment. Week 3 Short Responses – Question 3 The National American Woman Suffrage Association supported the U.S. decision to enter World War I and publicly encouraged women to support the war effort. Was this a necessary or a contributory cause of the success of the woman suffrage movement? This event is a contributory event because it is an event that was not essiential to causing another event. The National American Women Suffrage Association supporting the U.S. decision to enter World War I and encouraging women to support the war effort made the passing of the Nineteenth Amendment more likely to occur but did not directly result in it. Week 3 Short Responses – Question 4 Look at this website for information about women's suffrage at the Library of Congress: . Using the A.R.I.A. criteria, answer the following questions: What is the purpose of this website? Is the information on this website easy to locate? Can you use a search box or a navigational menu? How reliable and current is the information
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  • Fall '19
  • National American Woman Suffrage Association, Women's Suffrage Movement

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