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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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Plate, Cupid Among the Roses, Godey's Lady's Book, 1850, University of Rochester

Explore mid-19th century culture as presented in the Godey's Lady's Book, a [...] »

Tintype, Two women fencing, c. 1885, George Eastman House, Flickr Commons

Start your research into Women's history with the National Women's History [...] »

Photograph, Marian Anderson with Kosti Vehanen, 1935, Nancy M. Shawcross, UPenn.

Travel through the life and works of Marion Anderson with this online exhibit. [...] »

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Photo, . . .  a Cherokee Indian 'squaw' and her 'papoose, 1939, TN Archives

A Cherokee Nation Supreme Court document reveals the fluidity of racial [...] »

Photo, First woman jury, Los Angeles, Nov. 1911, Bain News Service, LoC

Teach women's history in March and all year long with these resources. [...] »

There is a flock of yellows birds above her head, HarpWeekly

Absolving the guilty and punishing the innocent. Historian Elizabeth Reis looks [...] »

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Print, Giddap!, Mar. 14, 1914, Gordon Grant, Library of Congress

There’s more to it than Seneca Falls. [...] »

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

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

Photo, Miss Margaret D. Foster [...] Library of Congress

Marie Curie and Jane Goodall—you may know these female scientists, but [...] »

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