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September 17, 2017
Library Materials on the Constitution
Library Books on the C onstitution
The U. S. Constitution and Fascinating Facts about It by
Free copies available at the Circulation and Reference Desks!!
The Idea of America by
Call Number: 973.3 W8756i
Available in the third floor stacks
Image of the Constitution
Constitution Day Event at the College of Saint Rose
Constitution Day Lecture: Women's Suffrage and Anti-Suffrage Movement Through Political Cartoons
Dr. Susan Goodier, author and professor of history at SUNY Oneonta, will present “Votes for Women: Examining the Women’s Suffrage and Anti-Suffrage Movements Through Political Cartoons” at 5 p.m. Monday, September 18 in Touhey Forum, Thelma P. Lally School of Education. The talk is the Constitution Day lecture. The topic also coincides with the centennial of suffrage for women in New York State.
Political cartoons have been used since the 18th century to succinctly illustrate contentious issues, and their use is still common in publications today. Explore the value of the vote to the suffragists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries compared to the value of the vote to people today.
Links to websites on the Constitution
Websites on the Constitution