Audio selection, Inez Milholland tribute, 1916, in Washington, DC at the time of her death. From Jailed for Freedom by Doris Stevens, 1920. Audio from Librivox, public domain.
C-Span video of panel discussion highlighting suffragist Inez Milholland and others in the 1913 suffrage parade in Washington, DC. Women scholars and authors discuss the role of the media in the women’s suffrage movement and its implications for today. National Press Club.
“The Two Mrs. Boissevains: Inez and Edna,” article by Sandra Weber in New York History Blog.
Article about the comparison of Inez Milholland to Joan of Arc. Kathleen Kelly’s feature in the New York History blog.
Dutch women filmmakers feature American suffragist Inez Milholland in new film, “Ahoy!”
Lesson plan includes life of Inez Milholland.
Inez Milholland gained the distinction of being America’s suffrage martyr in 1916. Three years before, Emily Davison in England died for the cause of women voting. Here’s one of the best examples of film footage documenting her death in 1913.