- Write an imaginary letter that John Stuart Mill might have written to Thomas Haslam.
- Compose an imaginary speech John Stuart Mill might deliver to the UK House of Commons in support of women's suffrage.
- Compose an obituary for John Stuart Mill (1806-73).
- Write an imaginary letter Isabella Tod might have sent to Anna and Thomas Haslam.
- Write an article for the Women's Advocate.
- Make a poster for the Women's Advocate.
- Research the following:
Mary Wollstonecraft; William Thompson and Anna Doyle Wheeler; John Stuart Mill and his wife Harriet Taylor Mill; Isabella Tod; Anna and Thomas Haslam.
- Research the Irish Women's Suffrage and Local Government Association (IWSLGA)
- Research the suffrage movement in your own area during the nineteenth century. Refer to the Research unit at the end of this section.
- Refer to Studies of source material in Documents at the end of this section.
- Refer to Internet sites such as Spartacus: Emancipation of Women 1750-1920 and BBC: Women's history for further information on the campaigns for women's suffrage in England and Ireland at this time.