Research Guide on the Women’s Suffrage Movement – Harvard University
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- Primary Sources from the Women’s Suffrage Movement – Library of Congress
- Biography of Susan B. Anthony and How She Started the Women’s Suffrage Movement – NPS.gov
- Detailed Biography of Susan B. Anthony – National Women’s History Museum
- Remarks of Susan B. Anthony from Sentencing of her Conviction of Illegal Voting – Rutgers.edu