Music has long had a powerful connection to social and political movements. The Women’s Suffrage in Sheet Music collection spans the years 1838-1923 and includes over 200 pieces of sheet music written by notable composers and everyday citizens and representing the views of both suffragists and anti-suffragists.
Learning integration resources
- Singing for Women’s Suffrage classroom integration ideas from the Teaching with the Library of Congress blog
- Analyzing Primary Sources: Learning from Music
- Tech Tool: Sheet Music Scanner