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Oh Dear, What Can the Matter Be? (Oh Dear, What Can the Matter Be?) by L. May Wheeler was a very popular song for the suffragists because it helped explain themselves and let people know what they're all about.. the lyrics "woman are wanting to vote" and "why are they wanting to vote" emphasize the women's strive for their right to vote.

Oh Dear, What Can the Matter Be? (Oh Dear, What Can the Matter Be?) by L. May Wheeler was a very popular song for the suffragists because it helped explain themselves and let people know what they're all about.. the lyrics "woman are wanting to vote" and "why are they wanting to vote" emphasize the women's strive for their right to vote.

In this reading activity on The 19th Amendment, students will be asked to read a passage and answer questions focusing on main idea and summary skills.

The 19th Amendment: Votes for Women - Free, printable reading comprehension activity with passage and

In this reading activity on The 19th Amendment, students will be asked to read a passage and answer questions focusing on main idea and summary skills.

This picture has nothing to do with it, but this is a video that explains the Black Plague.  The Hundred Years War demonstrated the weakness of feudal order.  Black Death in 1348 and succeeding plagues killed even more of the population

This picture has nothing to do with it, but this is a video that explains the Black Plague. The Hundred Years War demonstrated the weakness of feudal order. Black Death in 1348 and succeeding plagues killed even more of the population

In this reading activity on The 19th Amendment, students will be asked to read a passage and answer questions focusing on main idea and summary skills.

The 19th Amendment: Votes for Women - Free, printable reading comprehension activity with passage and

In this reading activity on The 19th Amendment, students will be asked to read a passage and answer questions focusing on main idea and summary skills.

Constitution of the United States Amendment 5, The Bill of Rights1787 ...nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use; without just compensation.

Constitution of the United States Amendment 5, The Bill of Rights1787 ...nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use; without just compensation.

Why a Mississippi Republican is now a Democrat - When a Republican switches parties and becomes a Democrat, it's rare. When it happens in Mississippi, it's extraordinary. So why did Tim Johnson switch?

Why a Mississippi Republican is now a Democrat - When a Republican switches parties and becomes a Democrat, it's rare. When it happens in Mississippi, it's extraordinary. So why did Tim Johnson switch?

Jan 16, 1919: Prohibition takes effect in the US

I'll drink to that: Prohibition repeal turns 75

Ross Poldark, a British Army officer, returns from the American Revolutionary war to his home in Cornwall from the American Revolutionary War only to find that his fiancée, Elizabeth Chynoweth, having believed him dead, is about to marry his cousin, Francis Poldark.

Ross Poldark, a British Army officer, returns from the American Revolutionary war to his home in Cornwall from the American Revolutionary War only to find that his fiancée, Elizabeth Chynoweth, having believed him dead, is about to marry his cousin, Francis Poldark.