Online exhibits are a great way to discover the highlights of the women's suffrage movement, as well as identify primary sources.
“From Seneca Falls to the Supreme Court, New York Leading the Way” An online exhibit from the Hall of Governors in New York. Description: Women’s history in the Empire State goes hand in hand with New York’s history as a progressive leader. From education to healthcare to civil equality, women have been the driving force behind almost every reform movement in our state. While they may not have always been the individuals passing the laws, women were writing the policies, organizing campaigns and generating public awareness. For far too long, these efforts were often omitted from the history books, undermined or forgotten completely. This exhibit will tell the stories of some remarkable women and how they led New York and the nation
"Women of the Nation Arise! Staten Islanders in the Fight for Women's Right to Vote" An online exhibition from the Staten Island Museum. Description: Stories of Staten Island suffragists focusing on four tactics they used in the decades-long struggle for political change before they could vote: education, organization, agitation, and publicity. As the site of the first flight for woman suffrage in the United States, Staten Island provided a distinctive setting for suffrage activism.
"Votes for Women: Celebrating New York's Suffrage Centennial" An online exhibit from the New York State Museum that honors the centennial of women’s suffrage in New York State and raises awareness of the struggle for equal rights up through the present day. The exhibition features over 250 artifacts from the collections of the State Museum, State Archives, State Library, cultural institutions, and private lenders from across the state.
"Artifact Walls - The National Woman Suffrage Parade, 1913" An online exhibit by the National Museum of American History
“Woman Suffrage Exhibit,” An online exhibit from Washington State University
The National American Woman Suffrage Association A brief online exhibit by Bryn Mawr College about the organization formed in 1890 as a merger between The National Woman Suffrage Association and the American Woman Suffrage Association