Maria takes a stand [electronic resource] : The Battle for Women's Rights. Norma Jean Lutz.
- ISBN: 9781628362220 (electronic bk)
- Publisher: Uhrichsville : Barbour Books, 2013.
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|Summary, etc.:|| Time Period: 1914is a tough year for twelve-year-old Maria Schmidt. Ever since the Kaiser started a war in Europe, Maria's German-sounding surname has brought her trouble at school. Even worse, her family's been threatened because of her father's union activities. In the midst of all that, however, Maria finds a noble cause to support: woman's suffrage.Maria Takes a Stand uses actual historical events to tell a compelling fictional story-of a girl who must overcome personal hardships to serve a cause larger than herself. It's a perfect vehicle for teaching lessons of American history and the Christian faith.
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