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Women's History Month Learning Resources

What is the cultural terrain staked out by Amelia, the Hollywood biopic about the intrepid flyer Amelia Earhart? [...] »

Discover the motivations fueling the 19th-century temperance movement. [...] »

How does modern television portray early 20th-century suffragists? Through very modern eyes, says Historian Carla Bittel. [...] »

Was colonial trade really triangular? What kinds of work did colonists do, and what kinds of work do textbooks leave out? [...] »

Did industrialization result in more women working outside the home or in more women in domestic spheres only? [...] »

Allow the National Woman's Party to show you their collection on women's progress to equality. [...] »

What role have women played in war and the military? [...] »

What was life like for Amanda Akin, Civil War nurse in Washington, DC? [...] »

The agitation among women’s rights activists over the language of the 14th Amendment. [...] »

Make whaling, a rich part of New England history, relevant to young students with the diary of a six-year-old at sea. [...] »

 
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