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Women's History Month Learning Resources

Offers 45 mini-monographs on U.S. women's history, each organized around an analytical question concerning a social movement. [...] »

Archives 44 "full-life" interviews with American women journalists. [...] »

Selected materials by and about the "birth control pioneer" Margaret Sanger. [...] »

Presents the letters and diaries of Kate and Sue McBeth, late 19th-century missionaries and teachers among the Nez Perce Indians. [...] »

Explore the diary of midwife Martha Ballard and the creation of two modern historical studies based on the diary. [...] »

Examine the verbatim transcripts of the 1692 Salem Witch Trials. [...] »

More than 400 speeches by women—politicians, scientists, and celebrities. [...] »

 
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