Women's History Month

Were all of the women who fought for women's suffrage fighting for the same reasons? Far from it, says historian Ronald Walters. Primary sources show that women saw their struggle many different ways. FIND OUT MORE »

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Negative, 1st woman jury. . . , 1911, Bain News Service, Library of Congress

Explore over 50 documents which chronicle the history of the Women's Liberation [...] »

Kutenai woman 1910

Different kinds of power in different cultures. Perceptions of dignified and [...] »

Video still, The University of Michigan, University of Michigan.

Meet 13 African American women and the Ann Arbor communities in which they grew [...] »

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Oil on canvas, Black Woman, 1800s, unknown artist, Gandalf's Gallery, Flickr, CC

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

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How do the speeches of Sojourner Truth and Frances Ellen Watkins Harper differ [...] »

Print, A downright gabbler, or a goose that deserves to be hissed, 1829

The Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments in 1848 reflected the voices of all [...] »

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Photo, Miss Margaret D. Foster [...] Library of Congress

Marie Curie and Jane Goodall—you may know these female scientists, but [...] »

Print, Giddap!, Mar. 14, 1914, Gordon Grant, Library of Congress

There’s more to it than Seneca Falls. [...] »

Probate, Sarah Green, 1759, Probing the Past, Roy Rosenzweig CHNM

How do we know what people in the past owned and valued? [...] »

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