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         Women In History:     more books (100)
  1. A History of Women in the West, Volume I, From Ancient Goddesses to Christian Saints (History of Women in the West)
  2. A History of Women in the West, Volume V: Toward a Cultural Identity in the Twentieth Century (History of Women in the West) by Georges Duby, 1994-05
  3. A History of Women in the West, Volume III, Renaissance and the Enlightenment Paradoxes (History of Women in the West)
  4. A History of Women in America by Carol Hymowitz, Michaele Weissman, 1984-09-01
  5. No Small Courage: A History of Women in the United States
  6. Berks County Women in History Profiles
  7. Women in Church History: 21 Stories for 21 Centuries by Joanne Turpin, 2007-01-31
  8. Most Evil Women in History by Shelley Klein, 2003
  9. Major Problems in American Women's History: Documents and Essays (Major Problems in American History)
  10. Women in European History (Making of Europe) by Gisela Bock, 2002-01-28
  11. An Economic History of Women in America: Women's Work, the Sexual Division of Labor, and the Development of Capitalism by Julie A. Matthaei, 1982-01-13
  12. Women's History In Global Perspective, Volume 2
  13. Famous Women in American History Card Game (History Channel)
  14. Women in Russian History: From the Tenth to the Twentieth Century (New Russian History) by Natalia Pushkareva, 1997-02

1. Women In Canadian History
women in history. On the Web since 1995! My first book on women's history was published in 1993 and my second one was released in the fall of
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2. Women In History - Historic Figures
Profiles of Actresses Performance Schedule Programs Awards Contact women in history women in history. P.O
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  • Abigail Smith Adams (1744-1818) - Wife of John Adams, 2nd President of the United States and mother of John Quincy Adams, 6th President. Known for her letters and opinions on society. Jane Addams (1860-1935) - Social Activist, founder of Hull House and the NAACP, Nobel Peace Prize winner and labor union organizer. Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) - Seamstress, servant, teacher, Civil War nurse, and finally, author and novelist. Marian Anderson (1902-1995) - First African American to sing leading role with Metropolitan Opera, delegate to U.N. Susan Brownell Anthony (1820-1906) - Napoleon of the women's suffrage movement, mother of the 19th Amendment, abolitionist. Josephine Baker (1906-1975) - African-American international star, civil rights activist, World War II heroine. Ida B. Wells Barnett (1862-1931) - African-American educator, newspaperwoman, anti-lynching campaigner, founder NAACP. Clara Barton (1821-1912) - Civil War nurse, founder of the American Red Cross.

3. ThinkQuest : Library : Women In History
women in history. Welcome to this website made by 3 girls who have yet make history but are dedicating this site to 5 women who has made it! All the 5 women have made history with the different things that they.
Index Womens' Issues
Women In History
This website is about famous women that have made us proud and we would like to honour them with this web site. Visit Site 2000 ThinkQuest Internet Challenge Students Wei Jun shameem Siti Coaches Lay Tee Koh Want to build a ThinkQuest site? The ThinkQuest site above is one of thousands of educational web sites built by students from around the world. Click here to learn how you can build a ThinkQuest site. Privacy Policy

4. Women In History
Ian Carr provides a general overview of women in the history of medicine the life of the ancient Greek woman. Inventors Women Inventors in History. Isabell of Castille
Women in History

5. Women In History
WHAT IS women in history? women in history PRESENTS Standard PerformanceOnehour programs designed to meet the audiences needs;
"Women have made up half the human race but you could never tell that by the books that historians write." -Arthur Schlessinger, Jr.
Historian Research Guide
We are a non-profit corporation dedicated to the education of all people through the dramatic re-creation of lives of notable women in U.S. history. WOMEN IN HISTORY PRESENTS Standard Performance
  • One-hour programs designed to meet the audiences needs Two characters, each presenting a 25-minute monologue in authentic period costume A narrator to open and close the program A question and answer session with the audience
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  • One character presenting a 25-minute monologue in authentic period costume A question and answer session with the audience

6. Women Who Changed History
This content resource allows students to explore women in history,including AmeliaEarhart,Sally Ride, and Rosa Parks. Celebrate Women s History Month!
Scholastic Home About Us Site Map Search ... Customer Service Discover women who have made a difference.
Celebrate Women's History Month!
Explore the history behind women's fight for the right to vote. Meet Nobel Prize winner Jody Williams and learn about her work to ban landmines.
a notable woman and write a persuasive essay.
a news story about Amelia Earhart.
How Would You Feel?
  • What would it be like to break the color barrier?
  • Would you break the law for something you believed?
    Research Starters:
    Suffrage: The Right to Vote Women's History Quiz History Mystery Challenges
  • Which women's rights advocate was born a slave?
  • Who helped established the juvenile justice system?
  • What famous author served as a nurse in the Civil War? Celebrate the accomplishements of women while utilizing math skills.
  • 7. Women In History: 1
    by Borgna Brunner, Send this Page to a Friend! Read more Women s History Month features. Try another Women s History Quiz ! . Try another Biography Quiz !
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    8. Women's History Review
    Quarterly journal exploring aspects of women in history.

    9. BUBL LINK / 5:15 Internet Resources: Women In History Women s History Offers original articles and features about women s history,plus annotated links to selected relevant Internet resources, compiled
    BUBL LINK / 5:15 Catalogue of Internet Resources Home Search Subject Menus A-Z ... About
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  • Women's History
  • American Women's History: A Research Guide
  • Biographies of Women Mathematicians
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  • WWWomen Page last updated: 17 March 2003 Comments: Women's History
    Offers original articles and features about women's history, plus annotated links to selected relevant Internet resources, compiled by a subject specialist, a subject-specific bulletin board, and details of related news and events. Topics include art and artists, aviation, inventors, literature, medicine, museums and collections, music, Native American women, photography, politics, religion, science and technology, slavery, sport, suffrage and women during wartime and in military organisations.
    Subjects: women in history
    index, news, forum
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    American Women's History: A Research Guide
    Citations of print and online reference materials for women's history.
    Author: Ken Middleton
    Subjects: women in history
    document index Location: usa Last checked:
    Biographies of Women Mathematicians
    Notes and brief biographies of women in the field of mathematics from the first century until the present day.
  • 10. 100 Important Women In History
    100 Important women in history. Welcome to the website of the 100 MostImportant Women of All Time a page of 100 women who history
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    100 Important Women in History
    Welcome to the website of the 100 Most Important Women of All Time: a page of 100 women who history would not be the same without. I, Shelby Ellery, created this site as a gold award project, the highest award that can be awarded in Girl Scouting that has to take at least 50 hours to complete. I chose this project because I believe that women aren't recognized enough. I can name so many men that I have been taught by my teachers, but I really can't name all that many women. This site is a resource for all those people out there who are just like me, no matter what age, curious about how women also affected who people are today and who the world wouldn't be the same without. Take a moment to choose someone you have never heard of and look through this window into their soul, who they really were or are. By all means, help yourself. And thanks again! Jane Addams
    Susan B. Anthony

    Marie Antoinette

    Saint Joan of Arc
    Rosalyn Sussman Yalow

    Don't forget this page: very helpful if you need some explanation of my choices, pictures, or anything common. Also includes a bonus woman and my works cited. Notes from the Author
    This page contains additional important women contributed by viewers of this webpage.

    11. Women In History At Embracing The Child
    women in history Where would we be without them? Biographies, quotes,links, recommended reading. The Journal of Women s History.
    Specific Women Links If you have knowledge, let others light their candles in it. -Margaret Fuller
    Toni Morrison

    You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You must do the thing which you think you cannot do. -Eleanor Roosevelt
    Eleanor Roosevelt
    One is not born a woman, one becomes one. - Simone de Beauvoir When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left, and could say, "I used everything you gave me.” - Erma Bombeck
    Amelia Earhart
    Prejudices, it is well known, are most difficult to eradicate from the heart whose soil has never been loosened or fertilized by education; they grow there,
    firm as weeds among rocks. - Charlotte Bronte
    Anne Frank
    And who knows? Somewhere out there in this audience may even be someone who will one day follow in my footsteps, and preside over the White House as the president's spouse. I wish him well. - Barbara Bush
    Men, their rights and nothing more; women, their rights and nothing less. -Susan B. Anthony

    12. Foregrounding Women In History In Children's And Young Adult Books
    FOREGROUNDING women in history IN CHILDREN S AND YOUNG ADULT BOOKS. Kay E. Vandergrift.Feminist Page, 10001 Things Everyone Should Know About Women’s History.
    Kay E. Vandergrift
    Feminist Page The Female Experience, p. xix In "Female Protagonists and Beyond" I wrote: "Through literature, young people can become familiar with aspects of history absent in most school curricula and with a literary canon that affirms women's lives and represents female heroes independent of the male model." One of the aims of contemporary education is to reclaim the legacy of women in history. This initial list of books includes picture books for young children to materials for young adults. Most are biographies or informational narratives. A few are fictional accounts of real people and events, although I am preparing a separate list of historical novels that foreground women. Teachers, librarians and young people may come to understand a more inclusive and more accurate sense of history through these works. The books listed below foreground women who played significant roles in history. "Thus, even as we approach the twenty-first century, our teaching of American history often reflects sources and attitudes more apropos of a nineteenth-century male-centered culture. This, in turn, is bound to place limits on our students' ways of knowing. How can they be expected to grasp the fullness of such sweeping concepts as personal liberty and democracy when, on the surface at least, it appears that only fifty percent of America's population has been instrumental in working for their attainment?" Joyce Delaney, "Voices Not Heard: Women in a History Textbook," In

    13. Lesson Plans About Women In History And Women's Issues. 
    March is Women s History Month, here is a list of lesson plans to get you started. AmericanWomen s History A Research Guide MTSU A very good resource.
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    Links verified Feb 22, 2004. March is Women's History Month, here is a list of lesson plans to get you started. Use these lessons year round to incorporate women in history in your classroom. Promote Educational Gender Equity in your school, sign up for the educators' e-mail list and get updates on gender equity and more. Mulan as a Unit Study by Victory Press
    Study and compare Disney's version with the real legend of Mulan.

    14. Clements Women
    women in history A new guide to manuscripts of the Clements Library.
    Women in History
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    Project information
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    15. Women In History: Internet Resources
    women in history. Internet Resources. National Women s History Project This isthe site for everything associated with National Women s History Month.
    Internet Resources
    Not For Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony
    Visit this Web site for an in-depth look at the work of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony and their efforts to win women the right to vote. History of Women's Suffrage in America
    The History Channel takes a look at the history of women and voting in the United States. National Women's History Project
    This is the site for everything associated with National Women's History Month. You'll find information on local and national events, television programs, community and school activities, and links. Women's History Month
    Use this terrific National Parks Web site to travel across the country and meet famous women throughout United States history. There are special features on the Underground Railroad and the civil rights movement. Women in American History
    This site offers an introduction and four-part examination of women in the United States from 1600 to the present, as well as pictures, timelines, biographies, links to primary sources, sound recordings, videos, and bibliographies.

    16. WIC - Women's History In America
    women's history in America. Presented by women's International Center Throughout most of history women generally have had fewer legal rights and career opportunities than men
    Women's History in America
    Presented by Women's International Center
    WIC Main Page Biographies Words of Wisdom Newsletter ... Living Legacy Awards WOMEN'S RIGHTS . Throughout most of history women generally have had fewer legal rights and career opportunities than men. Wifehood and motherhood were regarded as women's most significant professions. In the 20th century, however, women in most nations won the right to vote and increased their educational and job opportunities. Perhaps most important, they fought for and to a large degree accomplished a reevaluation of traditional views of their role in society.
    Early Attitudes Toward Women
    Since early times women have been uniquely viewed as a creative source of human life. Historically, however, they have been considered not only intellectually inferior to men but also a major source of temptation and evil. In Greek mythology, for example, it was a woman, Pandora, who opened the forbidden box and brought plagues and unhappiness to mankind. Early Roman law described women as children, forever inferior to men. Early Christian theology perpetuated these views. St. Jerome, a 4th-century Latin father of the Christian church, said: "Woman is the gate of the devil, the path of wickedness, the sting of the serpent, in a word a perilous object." Thomas Aquinas, the 13th-century Christian theologian, said that woman was "created to be man's helpmeet, but her unique role is in conception . . . since for other purposes men would be better assisted by other men."

    17. National Women's History Project - A Resource For Information About Women's Hist
    Official web site of the National women s history Project Originator of women shistory Month. Welcome to the National women s history Project Website.
    Join the NWHP Network National Women's History Month Make a donation Go directly to our Online Catalog and secure ordering system. Order our Print Catalog The National Women's History Project is a non-profit educational corporation with 501(c)3 status. The National Women's History Project is an educational nonprofit organization. Our mission is to recognize and celebrate the diverse and historic accomplishments of women by providing information and educational materials and programs. The National Women's History Project Web site offers historical and current information about women who have actively sought to improve the status of women in society both in the United States and around the world. Teachers and students at all levels of education, women's federal program managers, and men and women of all ages will find fascinating stories of women of courage and vision who have paved the way for greater freedom for all people everywhere. From Native American scholars to leaders of the underground railroad to suffragists to modern artists and politicians, women have struggled to bring fundamental human rights to women of all ages, colors, social classes and sexual orientations.

    18. Women In American History
    Britannica Online presents a special multimedia exhibit on women in American history, featuring biographies, interactive timelines, Internet resources, and more.

    19. Women Inspiring Hope & Possibility - Women’s History Month - March 2004
    women s history Month Poster March 2004. The National women s historyProject is a non-profit educational corporation with 501(c)3 status.
    2004 Honorees Celebration Resources Presidential Proclamation Download a Reprintable WHM Brochure ... Sponsors The 2004 theme, "Women Inspiring Hope and Possibility" celebrates the hope and sense of possibility that comes to our lives from the inspirational work of women. Hope comes in many forms from laws challenged and changed, new medical research, stories of compassion and courage, and watching women stand tall against great odds. The eight 2004 Honorees represent this vision of hope in myriad ways. The National Women's History Project is a non-profit educational corporation with 501(c)3 status.

    20. Women In American History
    Britannica Online presents a special multimedia exhibit on women in American history,featuring biographies, interactive timelines, Internet resources, and more

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