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Contains transcripts and video of interviews with political leaders and activists, sociologists, economists. Includes a timeline of people and events related to women's rights (1776-2001), a glossary.
|300 Women Who Changed the World|
Contains articles on hundreds of American women from 1600 to modern times. Also included are timelines, primary documents, classic Britannica articles, audio and video clips, and a study guide.
Writings from feminist/activist Andrea Dworkin, including nonfiction, fiction, autobiography, speeches, essays and articles, interviews.
|Ann Arbor: A Woman's Town|
Contains video clips from two different documentaries that tell about the colorful history of Ann Arbor. Features women talking about the topics such as the civil rights movement during the 1960s and 1970s.
|Around the World in 72 Days|
Companion to a PBS program about the 1889-1890 around-the-world journey of pioneering woman journalist Nellie Bly. Includes a map of the journey excerpts from her writings, and biographical information.
|By Popular Demand|
Provides access to pictures relating to the women's suffrage movement in the United States between 1850 and 1920, including cartoons commenting on the movement.
|Dolley Madison Project|
The life, letters, and legacy of Dolley Payne Todd Madison, wife of James Madison. Features an exhibit, essays, chronology, FAQ, and discussion of her name.
|Eleanor Roosevelt Papers|
Documentary history of Eleanor Roosevelt’ s political writings and radio and television appearances with some biographical material.
|Eleanor Roosevelt: American Visionary|
Presents captioned biographical photographs of Eleanor, including her childhood, youth, and her participation in political and civil rights activities.
|Elizabeth I: Ruler and Legend|
Includes images of books and maps, a children's exhibit guide, suggested reading, recommended Elizabethan music, a filmography, and related links.
Companion site to the PBS program. Includes Goldman's beliefs and her philosophy of anarchism, timeline, profiles of related individuals and events, images of the anarchist magazine Mother Earth, Goldman's arrest record.
|Enterprising Women: 250 Years of American Business|
Stories of "40 intriguing women who helped shape the landscape of American business." Timeline views background about women such as Lydia Pinkham, Madam C.J. Walker, Martha Stewart, and Oprah Winfrey.
Includes profiles of twenty-six women, from Amelia Earhart to Sophia Loren to Virginia Woolf. Includes Britannica biographies, and, when available, past NYT articles, videos.
|Internet Women's History Sourcebook|
Provides annotated links to primary sources and other Web sites related to women and women's history in various cultures and time periods.
|Introduction to an Exhibit of Photographs of Jane Addams, Her Family, and Hull-House|
Features biographical information, a bibliography, a description of the Jane Addams Collection, and photos. From the Swarthmore College Peace Collection.
|Jacqueline Kennedy: The White House Years|
Companion to an exhibit at the Field Museum in Chicago, which shows garments worn by the first lady. Features short essays, historical photos, photos of some of the garments, and a timeline.
|Jo Freeman: Feminist Scholar and Author|
Some of Freeman's scholarly and journalistic articles, a photo gallery of historic photos, her collection of political buttons.
|Military Women Veterans: Yesterday-Today-Tomorrow|
History of women in the American military. Includes information about combat issues, current women veterans' issues, the National Guard, military academies, women spies, prisoners of war.
Documents the participation of Christian women in the religion and society of medieval Europe.
|National Women's Hall of Fame|
Short biographical profiles on famous American women.
|This Shall Be the Land For Women|
Covers Western women's suffrage, 1860-1922. Includes chronology, introduction to some of the principal women involved, interactive map, bibliography.
Project honoring African American women community builders in western New York. Detailed biographies, descriptions, pictures, events, and links.
|Women and Social Movements|
A collection of documents related to women's reform activities between 1830 and 1930. Includes links and a section for teachers.
|Women and the Sea|
Exhibition of the history of women in seafaring, from indirect roles as embodied in the mythology of the sea through modern roles. Bibliography offers print and Internet resources.
|Women Come to the Front|
Covers the wartime activities of eight women journalists, photographers and broadcasters during World War II.
|Women Physicians: 1850s - 1970s|
Collection of correspondence, scrapbooks, clippings, college records, images, diaries, publications and ephemera documenting the history of women physicians beginning with the first medical school for women.
|4000 Years of Women in Science|
Includes biographies, bibliographic references, photographs, and links to related sites.
|A Woman's Work is Never Done|
Annotated images that illustrate many facets of American women's work, from the beginning of the American Revolution through the Industrial Revolution.
Online Library of Congress exhibit featuring images of drawings (mostly magazine covers from 1880s to 1920s) of women that portray idealized types of feminine beauty in America.
|American Jewess Project|
Access to digitised copies of the American Jewess magazine which was the first English-language publication directed towards American Jewish women. Published from 1895-1899.
|Archives of Women in Science and Engineering|
Preserves the historical heritage of American women in science and engineering. Includes details of an oral history project being undertaken and a bibliography.
Online exhibit from the New York Public Library features essays on some of several revolutionary women who lived in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
|Carrie Chapman Catt Childhood Home|
Features a biography, related links, and articles. Also includes photos and information on the activist's childhood home, located in Charles City, Iowa.
|Diotima : Women and Gender in the Ancient World|
Resources in the field of women in classical antiquity, especially in ancient Greece. There is also information relating to women in the context of Biblical studies, including New Testament Christianity, early Church history.
|Duchess of Cornwall|
Biographic details on the Duchess of Cornwall, from her birth as Camilla Shand, through her marriage to Andrew Parker Bowles and marriage to Prince Charles.
|Famous Women IMHO|
Biography and history of famous and notable females who contributed to society.
Dedicated to the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASPS) of World War II, with statistics, records, articles, songs, correspondence, timeline, profiles of related people and events, maps, information on the B-29.
|Ling Lung Women's Magazine 1931-1937|
Digitized images of nearly all issues of this magazine which was published (in Chinese) in Shanghai in the 1930s.
|Margaret Sanger Papers Project|
Includes a biographical sketch, selected microfilm and electronic editions of her letters and writings, the project's newsletter, photos, available project internships, and links to related sites.
|Mary McLeod Bethune|
Includes photos, interviews, a brief life history and resources for teachers.
A biography of Yiddish theater and film star Molly Picon with photographs of the actress, her performances, her family, and her husband, producer Jacob "Yonkel" Kalich.
|Remember the Women Institute|
Nonprofit organization that conducts research and cultural activities that contribute to including women in history. Includes information on its projects and events.
|Rosie the Riveter|
Information about the activities of women welders, machinists, mechanics, draftswomen, electricians, boilermakers and trade workers during World War II. Includes background material for the Rosie the Riveter Memorial.
|Stanton and Anthony Papers Project Online|
Features full text of materials by the two women's rights advocates, timeline, bibliographies for adults and children, statistics on women's voting records from 1868 to 1873.
|Western New York Suffragists: Winning the Vote|
Contains biographies of 35 suffragists from the Western New York region and digitized images of photographs, books, calendars, letters, and other memorabilia. Also includes timelines.
|Women in Military Service|
Memorial honoring military women, past, present & future. Located in Arlington National Cemetery. Includes articles on the role of women in the U.S. military.
|Women in the U.S. Army|
Collection of exhibits and documents related to women in the United States Army. Highlights include detailed documents on the Women's Army Corps in World War II and history of the Army Nurse Corps.
|Women in World History|
Information and resources about women's experiences in world history. Includes biographies, essays, lesson plans for teachers.
|Women of Our Time|
Photographs of some of twentieth century America's famous and influential women with brief biographical information.
Education, advocacy, and health information for women veterans.
|Women Who Ruled: Queens, Goddesses, Amazons 1500-1650|
Includes images, stories, biographies, portraits. Information about the catalog, events on the University of Michigan campus connected with this exhibit.
|Women Working, 1870-1930|
Access to digitized books, manuscripts and images from the collections of Harvard University Libraries and Museums on the topic of women in the U.S. economy from 1870-1930.
|Women's History Month|
Collection of federal government resources celebrating Women's History Month, observed in March. Features exhibitions, biographies, articles and stories, lesson plans and student activities.
|Women's Museum, The|
Features a descriptions of permanent and virtual exhibits, news and events, membership and museum store.