Women from countries that had enfranchised women held the place of honor in the first section of the procession.
Then came the “Pioneers” who had been struggling for so many decades to secure women's right to vote.
The first paragraph should be an overview of what you’re going to talk about and it should also grab the reader’s attention.
For example, instead of starting your essay with something generic (e.g.
The next sections celebrated working women, who were grouped by occupation and wearing appropriate garb—nurses in uniform, women farmers, homemakers, women doctors and pharmacists, actresses, librarians, college women in academic gowns.
Harriet Hifton of the Library of Congress Copyright Division led the librarians' contingent.
The men in the procession heard shouts of “Henpecko” and “Where are your skirts?
” As one witness explained, “There was a sort of spirit of levity connected with the crowd.
Here are a few questions to help get you started, but feel free to pick and choose or add your own: These questions are a great starting point.
When it’s time to put your ideas into essay format, it’s good to have a general idea of structure.