Nellie’s Right to Vote

About Artwork

During America’s early history, women were not allowed the same basic rights as men. Women were not allowed to own property, keep the money they earned, or vote in an election. Women were expected to focus on housework and motherhood, not politics. This is Nellie’s story about her right to vote. Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment, 1920-2020, this book is filled with historic photographs used to tell Nellie’s story. Her story is similar of most women in 1920.

This 32 page soft cover book is filled with photographs. Perfect book for all ages.

Cost: $9

Signed: Yes


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About the Artist

Mary Ann Waldron

Tribute to Mary Ann Waldron (1939-2020) Born in Emmetsburg, Iowa, Mary Ann Waldron grew up and graduated from high school in Sherburn, MN. She received her teaching degree from Northwestern Missouri State University and taught elementary school children for many years in Britt and Estherville, Iowa. She retired and moved to Mankato, Minnesota. A lifelong teacher, she tried to inspire her students to have a goal and follow their hearts. In recent years, she authored five children’s books.