Elizabeth Started All the Trouble

By Doreen Rappaport
Illustrators Illustrated by Matt Faulkner Edition

Hardcover edition

Publisher Disney Hyperion Imprint Disney-Hyperion ISBN


Awards and Honors ALA Notable Books for Children Nominee–Summer 2016, Nonfiction<br> CBC Notable Social Studies Trade Books for Young People 2017, K–2

Elizabeth Started All the Trouble

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1848: Elizabeth Cady Stanton caused much debate when she first stated that women deserved the right to vote: "The idea . . . was too daring for most people . . . including many women." Annotated list of "The Trailblazers." Important dates. Selected research sources. Suggestions for further information. Author's note. Full-color illustrations.
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