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Women's History

Readers can discover, study, and celebrate Women's history in the U.S. with a selection of historical events and legislation, influential women through history, and a sampling of interesting museums and historic landmarks:

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  • Important and Famous Women in America - Sung and unsung, more women have contributed significantly to American history than can be contained within a single table. The following is a representative survey of some of the most important women... Continue Reading

  • Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments - In 1848, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott convened the first conference to address women's rights in Seneca Falls, New York, in 1848. Using the U.S. Declaration of Independence as a model, Sta... Continue Reading
  • National Women's Suffrage Association - "The isolation of every human soul and the necessity of self-dependence must give each individual the right to choose his own surroundings.... Continue Reading
  • Boston Globe Headline, 1920
  • Women's Suffrage - Women`s suffrage may be defined as women`s right to vote in political circumstances.... Continue Reading
  • League of Women Voters - "... No chance, no destiny, no fate, can circumvent or hinder or control the firm resolve of a determined soul.... Continue Reading
  • Women Pilots - Women in aviation were virtually unheard of in the early 1900s. Women’s primary role at that time was to take care of their families. Few considered leaving their traditional roles to take on new ones... Continue Reading
  • Women`s Army Corps (WAC) - World War II has much to teach newer generations. It was a true era of cooperation, collaboration, and a sincere willingness to win one of the largest and most violent conflicts in human history. Duri... Continue Reading
  • Combahee River Collective - The Combahee River Collective was an influential Black feminist organization formed in Boston, Massachusetts, active from 1974-1980. The Collective was “one of the earliest explorations of the inters... Continue Reading

  • Women's Rights - The question of full rights for women covers a broad spectrum of issues.... Continue Reading
  • 19th Amendment - Women's Right to Vote: the 19th Amendment... Continue Reading
  • Equal Rights Amendment - The essence of the Equal Rights Amendment, first proposed in 1923 by Alice Paul, is contained in its Section 1:... Continue Reading

    Girlhood (It’s complicated) commemorates the anniversary of woman suffrage by exploring the concept of girlhood in the United States, but also how girls changed history in five areas: politics, education, work, health, and fashion. We argue that girlhood has an unexpected and complicated history and that girls, like suffragists, used their voices to make a difference. Currently, the exhibition is at the Smithsonian Institution. Girlhood will tour the country through the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service from 2023 through 2025. www.americanhistory.si.edu/girlhood

    NATIONAL WOMEN'S HISTORY MUSEUM: A non-collecting, virtual, "museum without walls." www.womenshistory.org