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Women's History Month Teaching Resources

What do these letters from a women's rights activist reveal about social causes in the 1840s? [...] »

Who was Jane Addams, and how is her article "Why Women Should Vote" still relevant today? [...] »

In the struggle for women's suffrage, how did African American women represent themselves? TJ Boisseau reads an article by activist Nannie Helen Burroughs. [...] »

How did the women's suffrage movement use the rise of journalism to its advantage? TJ Boisseau looks at what photographs reveal. [...] »

How does a political cartoon use popular beliefs about women to make its point? Historian TJ Boisseau examines the conventions in this image. [...] »

Teach women's history in March and all year long with these resources. [...] »

Can you trust a biography? Historian Tiya Miles analyzes an 1869 biography of abolitionist Harriet Tubman. [...] »

How do the speeches of Sojourner Truth and Frances Ellen Watkins Harper differ? Historian Carla Peterson examines documents for answers. [...] »

Absolving the guilty and punishing the innocent. Historian Elizabeth Reis looks at primary sources recording testimony in witchcraft trials. [...] »

This Women's History Month, remind your students that women have made history in more ways then one—by recording it, as well as being recorded. [...] »