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When Esther Morris Headed West: Women, Wyoming, and the Right to Vote

When Esther Morris Headed West Women Wyoming and the Right to Vote Esther Morris headed west all the way out to Wyoming There she heard tell of a man who shared her own notions Colonel William Bright thought women should be able to vote Esther decided it was time to

  • Title: When Esther Morris Headed West: Women, Wyoming, and the Right to Vote
  • Author: Connie Nordhielm Wooldridge Jacqueline Rogers
  • ISBN: 9780823415977
  • Page: 244
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Esther Morris headed west, all the way out to Wyoming There she heard tell of a man who shared her own notions Colonel William Bright thought women should be able to vote Esther decided it was time to show that women could hold office, too So she went and became the first female judge in the United States.Not everyone liked Esther s ideas But Esther had the courage toEsther Morris headed west, all the way out to Wyoming There she heard tell of a man who shared her own notions Colonel William Bright thought women should be able to vote Esther decided it was time to show that women could hold office, too So she went and became the first female judge in the United States.Not everyone liked Esther s ideas But Esther had the courage to show how an idea looked in the living of it and to change some minds along the way This is the tale of a remarkable woman who was a pioneer in ways than one

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    1. When Esther Morris headed West / Connie Woolridge / 2001Genre: Non-fictionFormat: picture bookPlot summary: Celebrates the life and work of Esther Morris who succeeded in pressuring Wyoming legislators into becoming the first state to grant suffrage to women, and who went on to become the first woman to hold a judicial position in the United States.Considerations: discussion of politicsReview citation:School Library Journal, vol 47, issue 9"Wooldridge tells Morris's story with wit and dignity. H [...]

    2. This is just about perfect for a nonfiction picture book biography. It has the perfect amount of text per page, giving plenty of detail while not overwhelming with information. The illustrations by Jacqueline Rogers match the text perfectly and make me feel like I know and understand who each character is. I especially love the expressions on the characters' faces! Also, there is a short but very informative author's note at the end.I learned a lot from reading this - just enough that I wanted t [...]

    3. Seems to have some significant differences from I Could Do That!: Esther Morris Gets Women the Vote

    4. Unlike Linda Arms White’s “I Could Do That!: Esther Morris Gets Women the Vote”, Connie Nordhielm Wooldridge’s “When Esther Morris Headed West: Women, Wyoming, and the Right to Vote” account of Esther’s story focuses on her later years, as a more mature woman and develops a bit beyond the other into her life after court. It is a superb complement for a young reader to understand and fortify the knowledge about this great historic figure. The book has beautiful illustrations which e [...]

    5. Cute story about Wyoming and how women were first granted the right to vote there. It is a picture book nonfiction that is more a story than full of facts. I would possibly read it out loud, but might not recomend it for kids doing reports.

    6. I had never heard of Esther Morris before, but after reading this book, I would like to get to know more about her!

    7. .This was a children's biography book, which includes pictures.It was very informative and I really liked it. Would recommend!

    8. It was a good book because it started women having the right to vote. C & H

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