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Women's History Month Learning Resources

A useful gateway site for materials on Carrie Chapman Catt and the women's suffrage movement. [...] »

Learn about the contributions of women to colonial Georgia and the American Revolution. [...] »

Explore mid-18th century women's culture through three full-text issues of the Godey's Lady's Book. [...] »

An interactive website which takes visitors through the Salem witch trials. [...] »

A collection of primary source material for teaching women's history and mid-19th century culture. [...] »

Compare early women's rights campaigns to the rhetoric of the American Revolution. [...] »

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

Meet 13 African American women and the Ann Arbor communities in which they grew up. [...] »

What was the turn-of-the-century woman's "beach read"? [...] »

What do Vegas showgirls have to say about their time in the city? [...] »

 
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