Did you realize that Constitution Week is September 17-23 every year? With it being a Presidential election year, maybe you want to brush up on your knowledge of the Constitution. The Lewis and Clark Library has various reads about American government, the Constitution, women’s suffrage, and many other pertinent topics. Another fun fact is that the 19th Amendment was ratified on August 18th 1920, granting American women the right to vote. It took 100 years to win that battle and now women celebrate 100 years for the right to vote. For more information on the history of the right to vote visit:
Call the library at 447-1690 for help finding related materials or visit your local branch to expand and refresh your knowledge on U.S. government topics. All of the following titles can be found by searching our Catalog here.
Related topics in items that come as Audiobooks, eBooks, Magazines, Movies, and Television can also be found through the Lewis & Clark Library’s expansive digital collection. Click below to find out more: