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Women's History Month

Were all of the women who fought for women's suffrage fighting for the same reasons? Far from it, says historian Ronald Walters. Primary sources show that women saw their struggle many different ways. FIND OUT MORE »

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Illustration, How does my lady's garden grow, New York Public Library

Your starting point for research in the field of Women's Studies. [...] »

Photograph, Emma Goldman, Sept. 10, 1901, Library of Congress.

Learn more about Emma Goldman, radical and feminist activist, through this [...] »

Illustration, The Sphere of Woman, March 1850, Godey's Lady's Book.

A collection of primary source material for teaching women's history and mid- [...] »

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How does a political cartoon use popular beliefs about women to make its point [...] »

Print, A downright gabbler, or a goose that deserves to be hissed, 1829

The Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments in 1848 reflected the voices of all [...] »

Business card, Watercolor business card for FBJ, 1896, Mills Thompson, LoC

This Women's History Month, remind your students that women have made history [...] »

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Put your knowledge to the test!

Lithograph, "In Danger. . . ,'" 1881, Joseph F. Keppler, Library of Congress

Uncle Sam and Lady Liberty are popular American icons. How much do you know [...] »

Negative, "Shooting Star & Sister," 1880s, D.F. Barry, Denver Public Library

Men and women both settled the West. Answer these questions on women’s records [...] »

Photo, Spc. Crisma Albarran UH-60 [...], March 14, 2010, U.S. Army, Flickr

Women have fought in every U.S. war, but only recently have they gained [...] »

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