A Bunch of Books (Fiction, of Course) About Women’s Suffrage in the USA

Posted August 18, 2020 by meezcarrie in Christian, historical, romance / 8 Comments

Today in the United States, we are celebrating 100 years of women being able to vote! The 19th Amendment, which granted us this right, was ratified on August 18, 1920. I’m forever grateful for the sacrifices made by the brave suffragettes, so that I could vote for our country’s leaders & laws. In honor of this auspicious day, I compiled a list of a bunch of books about suffragettes or the women’s suffrage movement – specifically in the USA. I feel like I’m missing some big ones, so I’m eager for your input, too!

Happy Reading!
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Above the Fold by Rachel Scott McDaniel
Catching Katie by Robin Lee Hatcher


A Proper Pursuit by Lynn Austin
Though Waters Roar by Lynn Austin


A Great Catch by Lorna Seilstad
The Right Choice by Sandra Robbins


Courting Miss Amsel by Kim Vogel Sawyer
A Lady’s Maid by Jen Geigle Johnson


No Other Will Do by Karen Witemeyer
Courting Calamity by Barratt, Meyer, Uhlarik, Y’Barbo


A Most Peculiar Circumstance by Jen Turano
Storing Up Trouble by Jen Turano


For Love of Liberty by Julie Lessman
Love’s Silver Lining by Julie Lessman


Missing Mercy by Stephenia H. McGee
Tiffany Girl by Deeanne Gist


The Daughter’s Walk by Jane Kirkpatrick
Something Worth Doing by Jane Kirkpatrick

What about you? How many of these books have you read? Can you think of any other books about women’s suffrage in the USA?

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8 responses to “A Bunch of Books (Fiction, of Course) About Women’s Suffrage in the USA

  1. Connie Scruggs

    I’m not positive, but I think Deeanne Gist’s character Essie Spreckelmyer was a suffragette. She’s the one from Courting Trouble and Deep in the Heart of Trouble. It’s been a while since I read the books, but I remember a funny, quirky character in a book set in Texas that was a suffragette, too.

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