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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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Photomechanical print, The awakening, Feb. 20 1915, Henry Mayer, LoC.

Interested in using the Library of Congress to research women's history, but [...] »

Photograph, Ruth Cowan Nash with Soldiers..., 1941-1945, Women in Journalism.

Archives 44 "full-life" interviews with American women journalists. [...] »

Some historians who are women sometimes make history themselves. Follow these [...] »

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Photo, Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1935, Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc.

What better way to make the past relevant to students than to engage them with [...] »

Illustration, From Princess Badoura, 1913, Edmund Dulac, nocloo.com

Help your elementary school students get more out of historical biographies. [...] »

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

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Print, "H.R.H. Princess Margaret," New York Public Library Digital Gallery

Daughters of rulers and subjects of history...are these statements on women of [...] »

Lithograph, "The Witch No. 1," February 29, c1892,  Joseph E. Baker, LoC

Burn the witch! Discover how historical coverage of the Salem Witch Trials has [...] »

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

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

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