Women's history is filled with women whose lives and work have transformed American communities and the ideas of their day. Women's history is also about countless women who have lived out their lives quietly at the center of their families. Together, these women represent many and varied cultures, faiths, aspirations and beliefs. And, they have all contributed significantly to building our society and culture.
Want to Learn More?
Opportunities abound for you to learn more about the individuals and events of women's history. The National Women's History Project publishes a Women's History Catalog offering fascinating, multicultural posters, books, videos, and classroom materials for all ages. You'll find information about hundreds of women from all walks of life who have helped shape our nation.
Visit http://www.nwhp.org/whm/index.php for more information.