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Women's History Month Learning Resources

See the faces of the rural South, and acquaint yourself with their folk arts. [...] »

You probably know about John Adam's political career, but what of the Adams' domestic life? [...] »

Read the letters of Dolley Madison while learning about her life—from childhood to widowhood. [...] »

Present Helen Keller's story in more detail with photographs and historical background. [...] »

When teaching about Helen Keller, why leave out her friend and educator Anne Sullivan Macy? [...] »

What roles have Jewish women played in the Second Wave of feminism? [...] »

See the suffragettes who gave over 50% of U.S. citizens the right to vote. [...] »

Learn about Dickinson's family through their own writings and wider critical response to her poetry. [...] »

What can oral histories tell us about girlhood, adolescence, and more in the United States? [...] »

Read Dolley Madison's personal correspondence from her youth through her widowhood. [...] »