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Table of Contents

1.Forewords by Tennessee Governor Don and Martha Sundquist, Shelby County, Tennessee Mayor Jim Rout, and Tennessee State Senator Steve Cohen

2. It Happened in Nashville

3. The Long Road to Nashville

4. Quote . . . Unquote

5. Pioneers, O Pioneers

  • 6.The Debate Heats Up: The Suffs and the Antis

7.  Women of Color, Women of Vision, Women of Courage

  • 8.The Final Showdown, Tennessee, 1920

9.  A Suffrage Sampler

10. Tennessee’s Forgotten Heroes: The Gallant Few

  1. 11.Tennessee’s Forgotten Heroines: A Suffrage Roll of Honor

12. Bibliography

13.  Acknowledgments

Dr. Janann Sherman, retired Chair of the History Department at the University of Memphis, holds a Ph.D. in American History from Rutgers University. She is the author of No Place for a Woman: A Life of Senator Margaret Chase Smith, and contributing author to The Home-Front War: World War II and American SocietyGender and Policymaking: Studies of Women in OfficeThe Impact of Women on American PoliticsThe Journal of Military History and The Oxford Companion to United States History.

  Carol Lynn Yellin (1920-1999), a former Associate Editor of Reader’s Digest and a Special Projects Editor of Reader’s Digest Condensed Books, is a native Oklahoman with degrees in History and Journalism from Northwestern University. She is the co-author of the books: Bound for Freedom about resistance to school integration, and The Forgotten Woman, the story of Kasturba Ghandi, wife of Mahatma Ghandi. Her articles have appeared in Harpers, Vogue, Redbook, and American Heritage. Dr. Sherman and Paula F. Casey were also contributing authors to Tennessee Women of Vision and Courage.