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Women's History Month Teaching Resources

Use the Triangle Shirtwaist fire to examine the benefits and costs of industrialization. [...] »

The Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments in 1848 reflected the voices of all supporters of women's rights—didn't it? [...] »

Relive the dream of the women's vote through roleplay or interfacing with primary documents. [...] »

A Cherokee Nation Supreme Court document reveals the fluidity of racial identity. [...] »

Help your elementary school students get more out of historical biographies. [...] »

Women's history should be integral to the total narrative of American history. [...] »

The textbook is examined as one source among many, rather than a final authority. [...] »

What better way to make the past relevant to students than to engage them with historical children's lives? [...] »

March is Women's History Month and classroom resources and lesson plans abound. [...] »

Watch a scholar interpret letters from labor activist and reformer Sarah Bagley. [...] »

 
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