An example of some of the articles available at the Connecticut State Library and/or through our research databases. Please keep in mind that not all articles are online and/or available with remote access.
Inclusion in this guide does not mean the Connecticut State Library agrees, or disagrees, with a viewpoint.
"Ballots, Bandages, and Books: Connecticut Suffragists, Citizenship Education, and Women's Activism in the World War I Era." by Kelly Marino. Connecticut History Review 56, no. 1 (2017): 40-67. doi:10.5406/connhistrevi.56.1.0040. Call Number: Stacks F91 .C668
"Marching Shoulder to Shoulder: New Life in the Connecticut Woman Suffrage Movement" by Jessica D. Jenkins. Connecticut History Review, Vol. 50, No. 2 (Fall 2011), pp. 131-145 Call Number: Stacks F91 .C668