As we research our exhibits, we always compile much more information than we can present on the walls of the Lynne D. Hohlbein Education Room. Visitors to the museum can take home a list of further resources related to the various subjects covered in “Suffrage & Sovereignty.” Since many people are unable to visit the museum this year, we wanted to present a list of further resources for our digital visitors as well.
- Boomhower, Ray E. Fighting for Equality: A Life of May Wright Sewall. Indiana Historical Society Press, 2007.
- Cassidy, Tina. Mr. President, How Long Must We Wait? Alice Paul, Woodrow Wilson, and the Fight for the Right to Vote. Simon and Schuster, 2019.
- Hillery, Louise. Bold Women in Indiana History. Mountain Press Publishing Company, 2016.
- Weiss, Elaine. The Woman’s Hour: The Great Fight to Win the Vote. Penguin Books, 2018.
- Citizen Potawatomi Nation website on Trail of Death
- Decolonization is For Everyone – TEDx Talk by Nikki Sanchez
- Dunbar-Ortiz, Roxanne. An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States. Beacon Press, 2015.
- Invasion of America – map of unceded lands, tribal lands, and reservations from 1776 to the present
- Pokagon, Simon. Ogimawkwa Mitigwaki (Queen of the Woods). Michigan State University Press, 2011. With editorial material by Philip J. Deloria, John N. Low, Margaret Noodin, and Kiara M. Vigil.
- Prophetstown State Park
- Tippecanoe Battlefield & Museum
Internal Improvements & the Panic of 1837
- Delphi Canal Interpretive Center
- Howe, Daniel Walker. What Hath God Wrought: The Transformation of America, 1815 – 1848. Oxford University Press, 2009.
- Huddleston Farmhouse along the National Road
- Roberts, Alisdair. America’s First Great Depression: Economic Crisis and Political Disorder after the Panic of 1837. Cornell University Press, 2013.
- Whitewater Canal State Historic Site
If you have further resources you would like to recommend, please comment below!
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