Votes for Women Trail Resource Survey
The Votes for Women Trail is a project of the National Collaborative for Women's History Sites (NCWHS). The trail will feature the buildings, sites, historical markers, and monuments where women's suffrage activity took place in the United States before August 26, 1920.
The goal is to create a national trail dedicated to documenting the story of women's suffrage, but we have to start on the local level. Please fill out the survey below to help us find the sites where women fought for their right to vote. COMPLETE A SEPARATE SURVEY FOR EACH INDIVIDUAL BUILDING/SITE/HISTORICAL MARKER/MONUMENT.
Only by working together can we make this suffrage trail a reality. Thank you for your contribution and support!
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National Collaborative for Women's History Sites
Name of Building or Historic Resource
What differentiates a "building" from a "site"? We consider a building to be a physical structure that has a permanent address; think four walls and a door. A site would be a little different: it might be a parade route or a local park that was used by suffragists to further their cause. For something like a parade route, identify a point on the route as the address.
District of Columbia
Northern Mariana Islands
Street address of historic building/site/monument (Note: This should be searchable on Google Maps)
Zip Code (5-digit)
Latitude and Longitude Coordinates (Please use
to convert address to lat/long if needed. Please enter in "Latitude, Longitude" format.)
Brief description of use (Note: response has a 500 character limit)
Date(s) of use/event
Names of individual(s) associated with building/site/monument
Ethnicity (Select all that apply)
Gender (Select either or both)
Organization(s) associated with building/site/monument
Website of building/site/historical marker/monument
Other categories of use
Consider how the suffrage movement may have overlapped with other social and political concerns. For example, many suffragists were active in the temperance movement or the abolition movement. If you know of such activity at the site, please address it in this section.
Please consider this site for a Pomeroy Marker.
Please identify your research sources. If you find valuable information in a local newspaper, please give the name of the article, the name of the newspaper, and the date of publication. Similarly, we ask that for a magazine article that you provide the title of the article, the title of the publication, the date of publication, and the page number. Finally, if you use a book to do research, please provide the title, author, and page number. This is by no means an exhaustive list of possible resources, but just a sampling. At the very least, try to provide a description of the source, the organization responsible for its publication and dispersal, and a date.
Your e-mail address
Your phone number
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