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In the mid 19th century, scores of women (and men) began fighting tirelessly for the female vote and didn't stop until the 19th Amendment passed in 1920 (and even then they didn't stop*). So the least you can do is tackle this 500-piece puzzle that showcases the leaders of the movement. Celebrate a century of suffrage by building this beautifully illustrated circle of voting rights champions, from Hester C. Jeffrey to Elizabeth Cady Stanton to Frederick Douglass. This colorful challenge comes with a poster-sized pamphlet offering bonus information on this landmark development in American history. Made in China.

*The 19th Amendment only technically gave all female U.S. citizens the right to vote. In reality, Indigenous and Black Americans of both genders were very often prevented from exercising that right for many decades afterward. Even now, the fight continues.

The maker

Monica  Garwood


Monica Garwood


Illustrator and designer Monica Garwood draws inspiration from two female artists, Frida Kahlo and Joan Brown, who created beautiful, meaningful work amid an art world dominated by men. After she began creating portraits of women's suffrage icons, she discovered another role model: Nina E. Alendar, an early 19th century activist who drew her comrades in the suffrage movement. Monica graduated from California College of the Arts with a BFA in Illustration and a minor in Visual Studies. Born and raised in the Bay Area, she continues to work in San Francisco.

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