The struggle for the right to vote for women was always a tumultuous one, but one hundred years ago that struggle was won. In 1919 the House of Representatives passed the 19th Amendment, a radical move in the fight for women's rights.
There were many women who helped pave the path to success, from Susan B. Anthony to Elizabeth Cady Stanton. These womens', plus countless others', lives are on display for the world to see within their historic homes and the museums honoring them, all of which we feature on our Women's History Tours.
We believe this is an important aspect of history oftentimes overlooked, and there can be no better way to show your students first hand how this struggle was fought than by traveling to key sites of Women's History throughout America.