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Women's History Month Learning Resources

What were the Victorians reading, and how have their preferences influenced our choices? [...] »

Source documents to help you approach 20th-century feminism. [...] »

Did you know that Harriet Beecher Stowe's family was also involved in abolitionism? [...] »

What have women artists considered worthy of depiction in the U.S. West? [...] »

Explore women's political history and activism from the 1960s onward. [...] »

Do you read German? Not to worry. Select documents are available in English. [...] »

What would it be like to live with the Dakota Sioux? [...] »

Experience Caucasian, middle-class Northeastern life through the collections of four families. [...] »

Meet Barbara McClintock, Nobel Prize-winning geneticist best known for discovering genetic transposition. [...] »

How many female lawyers can you think of in U.S. history? [...] »

 
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