James, Ada Lois
A Guide to the Microfilm Edition of Research Collections in
Women's Studies. / General Editors: Anne Firor Scott and
William H. Chafe Grassroot Women's Organization's: Women's Suffrage
in Wisconsin. Part 2: The Papers of Ada Lois James,
1816-1952. / Editorial Director Anne Firor Scott. Guide
compiled by Nanette Dobrosky. A microfilm project of the University
Publications of America, 1989. - 71 s. -
How Wisconsin Women Won the Ballot. / Theodora W. Youmans I: The Wisconsin Magazine of History, 1921. III, -32; Wisconsin Historical Collections. XXVII.
- http://archive.org/details/wisconsinmagazin05stat , eller
- http://www.library.wisc.edu/etext/wireader/WER0124-1.html , hvor der er illustrationer.
'On June 10, 1919, the Wisconsin Legislature passed a resolution ratifying the Federal Constitutional amendment abolishing sex as a qualification of voters. Theodora Youmans ( Wisconsin Women's Suffrage Association President, 1913-1919) recounts the early story (1846-1911) as an historian and reports on later events (1912-1919) as an active participant: "All of this I saw, part of it I was".