A significant amount of the sheet music featured in Women's Suffrage in Sheet Music was identified using Danny O. Crew's substantial bibliography:
- Crew, Danny O. Suffragist Sheet Music: An Illustrated Catalogue of Published Music Associated with the Women's Rights and Suffrage Movement in America, 1795-1921, with Complete Lyrics. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2002.
Additional books, articles, and dissertations offer insights into and examples of music in the suffrage movement:
- Brandes, Roslyn Leigh. "'Let Us Sing as We Go': The Role of Music in the United States Suffrage Movement" External PhD diss., University of Maryland, 2016.
- Cassano, Graham, Rima Lunin Schultz, and Jessica Payette. Eleanor Smith's Hull House Songs: the Music of Protest and Hope in Jane Addams's Chicago. Studies in Critical Social Sciences, vol. 131. Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2018.
- Humer, Sheryl. "Discursive Identity Formation of Suffrage Women: Reframing the 'Cult of True Womanhood' Through Song," in Western Journal of Communication, 70 (3), 234-260.
- Wenner, Hilda E., and Elizabeth Freilicher. Here's to the Women: 100 Songs for and About Women. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1997.
- Wolff, Francie. Give the Ballot to the Mothers: Songs of the Suffragists. Springfield: Denlinger's Publishers, Ltd., 1998.
- Wood, Elizabeth. "Performing Rights: A Sonography of Women's Suffrage," in The Musical Quarterly, 79, (4), 606-643.