Chronology of the Equal Rights Amendment, 1923-1996
Three years after women won the right to vote, the first of many
Equal Rights Amendments was introduced in Congress. The issue has
been at a standstill since 1996.
National Women's History Project
A nonprofit organization providing educational materials and programs. Start at The Learning Place http://www.nwhp.org/tlp/main/main.html
National Women's History Museum
âA non-partisan, non-profit educational organization dedicated to restoring the historic contributions and the rich, diverse experiences of women to mainstream culture.â To be built in Washington , D.C. In the meantime, visit their Cyber Museum http://nmwh.org/exhibits/intro.html
Western New York Suffragists: Winning the Vote
Search for information by selecting a suffragist or a timeline. Includes biographies and images.
Women Who Changed History
Features women from space and politics. Lesson plans, teaching strategies and online activities for studying Women's History. From Scholastic.
American Women’s History
A directory of sites about the history of black women in American
from slavery to the Civil Rights Movement. Includes biographies,
organizations, events and movements. Also information about white
women who worked for racial justice.
Women’s History Month (Encyclopedia Britannica)
A comprehensive overview of American women’s contributions
to their country’s growth and development. A study guide,
recommended readings and Women’s History sites on the web
add to the depth of information.
Living the Legacy:
The Women’s Rights Movement, 1848-1998
Includes a detailed timeline
and comprehensive history
of the movement.
Women in World History
Great women rulers, female heroes, questions and answers and web
links to other resources- all part of the Women in World History
curriculum directed by Lyn Reese.
Women in the Middle Ages
An interactive exploration of medieval women. Cool music.
and Features: U.S. Census Bureau Women's History Month: March 1-31
Statistical data on women's earnings and education, women in
the military, motherhood, marriage and family and population
distribution with links to Census Bureau Reports. 1.6 million women
are military veterans; another
164,000 currently serve in the armed forces.
Women's History Month
Special features include Famous Firsts by American Women, Top Female CEOS,
and Women Prize Winners. Even crossword puzzles with women-centered themes.
Hot Topics: Women's History Month
Government resources compiled by Dale Eden Carroll of the Daniel J. Evans Library
at Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington.Covers subject areas such
as international women and women of science that are not covered elsewhere.
More interesting sites you might want to try.
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