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Women's Movements Websites

Women of Protest

The Library of Congress has posted a site on the women's suffrage movement entitled "Women of Protest: Photographs from the Records of the National Woman's Party." Along with images and a timeline, there are essays on the NWP and its tactics.

American Women's History Research Guide

Students and teachers may find this a useful place to begin their research. Bibliographies of primary and secondary sources, as well as annotated timelines, are among the resources available here.

Teaching Women's History

The Smithsonian maintains a site on teaching women's history. It offers biographies and images of women in politics, science, and the arts.

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