Iowa-raised Carrie Lane Chapman Catt led a national women’s suffrage association that organized support in every state and at the national level.
The Carrie Lane Chapman Catt Girlhood Home and Museum, located near Charles City in northeast Iowa, is the historic site where Catt lived with her family from the age of seven to 18. Even though she graduated from Charles City High School in 1877 and enrolled at the state's agricultural and science college in Ames, Catt's ties to the home remained strong as she continued to visit her family. The house remains at its original location today.
- Biography of Carrie Lane Chapman Catt
- About the Carrie Lane Chapman Catt Girlhood Home and Museum
- Women's Suffrage: Use this primary source set to view photographs, maps, documents and more cataloging the history of the women's suffrage movement in Iowa and the United States.
| + Goldie at Home Activity from the Carrie Lane Chapman Catt Girlhood Home and Museum
+ Interactive Timeline of Carrie Lane Chapman Catt
+ Iowa Women's Suffrage Collection (Photo Gallery)
+ "Carrie Chapman Catt: Warrior for Women" Documentary (Iowa PBS)
+ Featured Webinar about the Iowa PBS Documentary (State Historical Society of Iowa)
+ The Goldfinch: Carrie Chapman Catt and Women's Suffrage