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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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Book cover, Candle-Lightin' Time, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Women Working, 1800-1930

What did women think of their work at home, in the arts, and in business? [...] »

Illustration, Art recreations, 1860, Boston: J.E. Tilton and Company

What would your life have been like as a housewife in 1850? [...] »

Image, Repentence of Judge Sewall in 1697, Famous American Trials: Salem...

An ideal website for researching basic information regarding the Salem Witch [...] »

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What do these letters from a women's rights activist reveal about social causes [...] »

Negative, "Letters. Posting of letters III," c.1920-1950, Theodor Horydczak, LoC

Watch a scholar interpret letters from labor activist and reformer Sarah Bagley. [...] »

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, Charon's Boat, Jul. 16, 1807, James Gillray, Library of Congress

Words constantly evolve and change over time. What did "witch" mean to these [...] »

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

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

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

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

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