QuickStudy | U.S. Women’s History Laminated Study Guide




SKU: 9781423247036

Product Description

Essential U.S. history that will enlighten and inspire anyone to learn even more about the women who used their innate power, knowledge, tact, and integrity, through sheer fortitude to shape a nation. History author and professor Dr. David Head covers an amazing range of historical facts to pull back the curtain, for example; “With last-minute encouragement from his mother, Febb Ensminger Burn, to ‘be a good boy,’ TN legislator Harry T. Burn provides the decisive vote for the state to ratify the Nineteenth Amendment protecting women’s right to vote.” The knowledge gained that will motivate the reader to want to know more is encouraged with the many books mentioned in this guide written by these women. The broad scope of coverage offers so much that at this price the value for what is learned is unmatched. Whether for kids or adults, this is a historical timeline that cannot be overstated.

This 6-page laminated guide includes

  • Encounters among the Women of the Early Americas, 1492-1650
  • The Colonial Women of North America, 1660-1762
  • Daughters of Liberty, 1765-1787
  • New Republic Women, 1789-1815
  • Religion, Reform Movements, and “True Womanhood” 1821-1849
  • Women and the Breaking of the Union, 1850-1865
  • The Renewed Fight for Suffrage, 1866-1889
  • The “New Woman” 1890-1920
  • Women in the Roaring ’20s, Depression, and War, 1921-1945
  • The Baby Boom, 1946-1964
  • A Revolution in Women’s Roles, 1965-1979
  • Women in the Age of Reagan, 1980-2000
  • The Women of Contemporary America, 2002-2021


  • Weight: 0.15 lb
  • Width: 8.5 in
  • Depth: 0.06 in
  • Height: 11 in
  • Format: Fold Out - Laminated
  • Size: 8.5 x 11.0
  • Pages: 6
  • Author(s): David Head, PhD
  • Publication Date: 11/01/21

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