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Women's History Month Learning Resources

Learning about the life of a midwife in 18th-century Maine through her diary and other sources. [...] »

Explorations of the body, self-reference, and the entanglement of art and politics have all been the themes of feminist art—as they have been themes of other art of our time. [...] »

Native American women restricted their activity and took care with their diet in preparing for childbirth, then prepared a secluded spot away from the community, where they gave birth. [...] »

Different kinds of power in different cultures. Perceptions of dignified and proper work vary across time and place. [...] »

Lives dedicated to teaching and nursing. [...] »

"She had outwitted the British and oh how they hated her." [...] »

Annie Oakley could shoot 6 holes in a playing card before it touched ground. Invite this sharpshooter into your classroom! [...] »

How did women suffer no suffrage through the 14th Amendment? [...] »

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

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

 
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