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Women's History Month Learning Resources

What did women think of their work at home, in the arts, and in business? [...] »

Meet international anarchist and women's rights activist Emma Goldman. [...] »

Have you ever heard of a Tupperware party? Find out more about the household brand. [...] »

Read 10 unpublished Hurston plays based on her anthropological studies of the U.S. South. [...] »

What would your life have been like as a housewife in 1850? [...] »

Learn about the First National Women's Rights Convention and the greater women's rights movement. [...] »

This gateway site provides a wealth of resources pertaining to the American West. [...] »

Speed up your online search for resources on American women's history with this research guide. [...] »

Learn about all of America's most famous female writers of color with this comprehensive website. [...] »

View photographs, cartoons, and campaign items from the women's suffrage movement. [...] »