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    Internet Women's History Sourcebook - This sourcebook attempts to present online documents and secondary discussions which reflect the various ways of looking at the history of women within broadly defined historical periods and areas. Includes ancient, medieval and modern.

    WWWomen: Women Throughout History - WWWomen aspires to be the most inclusive, up-to-date search site for women's topics.

    Women's Internet Information Network - Celebrating women of achievement, you'll find photos, stories, and much more to document women's contributions to U.S. history. The driving force behind this page is Irene Stuber, author, activist, mother, grandmother, and career investigative reporter.

    H-Women Discussion Network - A lively discussion list for scholars and anyone interested in women's history. You can do a keyword search of the archives, and get subscription information at their web site.

    GenderGap - Information about women in government including state government, politics, political races, the military and women throughout military history.

    Women's History - Biographies of the world's great women and the events that changed history. Bimonthly column.

    Oral History Online - Suffragists Oral History Project - Seven major figures in twentieth-century suffragist history are represented here with full-length oral histories.

    The Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony Papers Project Online - Describes the project's work and the documentary editing process. Contains biographies, bibliographies, and a timeline of ECS and SBA's life and work, as well as quotations and poetry about them.

    Quilt History - The home of the Quilt Heritage mailing list, this page discusses all aspects of antique quilts and textiles and their makers.

    Women's International Center - Biographies of great women. Histories of women through art. Women in America. Living Legacy Awards.

    History Internet Resources - Maintained by the Women's Studies Department at Northern Arizona University. Annotated resources for women's history, classified by subcategories: African, Asian, Australian-New Zealand, Comparative/Cross Cultural,European, General, Historiography/Historical Theory/Women's History, Latin American-Caribbean, Middle Eastern, North American

    What's New in Women's History - An examination of "the history of women's history" by Linda Gordon.

    Lesbian History Project - Links to archives and oral history collections featuring lesbian history.

    Women In World History Curriculum - Interactive site full of information and resources about women's experiences in world history. For teachers, teenagers, parents, and history buffs.

    Women and History - Great links for anyone looking for information about women in history.

    Women In World History Curriculum - Interactive site full of information and resources about women's experiences in world history. For teachers, teenagers, parents, and history buffs.

    Margaret Sanger Papers Project - Biographical information about the papers of the Margaret Sanger (1879-1966) founder of the American birth control movement, and the papers documenting her life and work. Also includes information about the Sanger Project's publication of these papers in microfilm, book and electronic editions.

    Helen Keller -- The Story of My Life - Complete autobiography in plain text or E-Book format.

    The Dutch Association for Women's History - The study of the history of women and gender. The VVG contains information, activities, links, articles and events.

    House of Rhetoric - Biographies of famous courtesans who became rhetoricians. From Aspasia of Miletus to present day women in communication.

    Female Explorers - Articles, book reviews and research guides about Female Explorers - adventurous women who've dared to explore their world.

    100 Important Women in History - Brief biographies and pictures. Created as a Girl Scout Gold Award Project. "A site featuring pictures and information about women from different time periods in history and from different races and nationalities as well."

    Notable Women with Liberal Religious Connections - Documents the liberal religious connections of many famous (mostly US and a few Canadian and British) women

    Women's History: Articles and Links - Articles on women's history, plus annotated links to some of the best resources on the Net on the subject, in more than 30 categories. From

    Women's Stories - Fascinating facts, little-known anecdotes, and provocative quotations about the week's famous and infamous women, all in a quick-read format with links to additional resources. New features every week!

    The Emancipationof Women: 1750-1920 - bounty of information on British suffragists and their organizations, including biographies with portraits, databases of primary sources, and bibliography

    The Busy Person's Guide to Women in History - Primarily a small list of links to women's history on the web, the main feature here is a weekly women's history email.

    Berkshire Conference on the History of Women - Formed in response to women academics' sense of professional isolation in the early decades of the 20th century. The Berkshire group invites all women professionally engaged in history, pursuing graduate study in history, or dedicated to historical inquiry to participate in their activities.

    Womynlynks - Links to sites lauding the lives and accomplishments of notable women in the fields of music, literature, television, activism, painting, and the performance arts.

    dMarie Time Capsule - A women's time capsule.

    H-Women - H-Women is an international electronic discussion group that has been set up at Michigan State University to provide a forum for college and university historians to discuss women's history.

    Saint Joan of Arc (Jehanne Darc) - A site dealing with Saint Joan of Arc (Jehanne Darc) and the Hundred Years War, with a summary of her life, scanned photos of her letters and other original manuscripts, and similar items of interest.

    Lesley Hall's Web Page - History of gender and sexuality, feminist science fiction and fantasy, women and medicine, British feminist radical Stella Browne, and a women's history walk round Bloomsbury (UK).

    Forest Women Links - Links to pages about historical, athletic, or mystical women.

    Elizabeth Anne VanderPutten - Biography of Elizabeth Anne VanderPutten, with family history, rememberences

    6000 Years of Women Warriors - From the GenderGap & the Military site.

    Women in Theatre - Devoted to women in all aspects of the theatre who chose this career path when theatre was an all male profession; women who made our free access possible .

    Helen Keller - Biography and Links - From Has links, history, and recommended reading.

    Notable Women Ancestors - A growing database containing biographies and genealogy data of famous and not-so-famous women submitted by actual living descendants.

    Elizabeth I - Quotes and writing by QE and a biography and articles by more recent writers.

    Gráinne Ní Mháille - The pirate queen of Connaught, a woman who stood against England and Queen Elizabeth.

    Astronaut Jerrie Cobb - Jerrie Cobb was one of the Mercury 13, our first female astronauts, who never flew in space. At 67, after a life of missionary service in the Amazon, she is ready for her chance to fly in the Space Shuttle.

    Archives of Women in Science and Engineering - Documents the history of women in these fields, individually and collectively, with excellent links to related sites.

    Yesterday and Today - Women at the Olympics.

    Women in History - Information and photographs of historically important women from Humboldt County, California.

    HerGeneration - From then until now. See how women have evolved through time.

    In 1919, two young women who took on the world. - The story of Rebecca Gooch & Ruth Booe began a candy business in 1919 one year before they had the right to vote in public elections.

    Female Firebrands and Reformers - Website featuring women who have made an impact on society.

    Women's Guerilla History Project - Posters from the grassroots public art project promoting women's history & visibility. We are a group of women & girls who wish to see a more visible & public presence of women's diverse history and accomplishments.

    Timeline of the Women's Rights Movement - Descriptive timeline of the women's rights movement (from 1821 to modern day).

    Macha Mong Ruad - Founder of Emania Macha, fortress of the Red Branch of Ulster and first Milesian Queen of Ireland.

    Sophia Smith Collection of Smith College - Large collection of manuscript, print, and audio-visual material that documents the historical experience of women, primarily in the United States. Includes collection lists, lesson plans, and subject guides on individual women and special topics.

    Matilda Joslyn Gage - Gage was a 19th century feminist theorist and activist, author, historian of women, abolitionist, and lecturer. Site includes information on her life and times, speeches, excerpts from her writings, biographies of her contemporaries.

    What DidYou Do In The War, Grandma? - 27 oral histories of Rhode Island women during World War II, written by high school honors students.

    Emma Goldman PapersProject - An early advocate of free speech, women's equality and independence, birth control, and union organization.

    The Women - Profiles of women you'll want to know. Site profiles a different woman every week.

    MakingIt Their Own: Women in the West - Women in the American West: biographies, examples of primary texts (diaries, literary works), secondary texts (critical essays, historical studies), resources (biographies, bibliographies, teaching materials), images, and teaching and study materials.

    Multimedia Exhibits in Women's History - Multicultural links to Women's History.

    Who Was Augusta AdaLovelace? - Annotated list of links to many web resources about the first computer programmer.

    Women Nobel Laureates - In 1903, only two years after the Nobel Foundation was established, the first Nobel Prize was awarded to a woman, Marie Curie. Women have been winning Nobel Prizes ever since. Bertha von Suttner was influential in convincing Alfred Nobel to set aside a Prize for peace.

    Swarthmore College Peace Collection - A research archives devoted to collecting, preserving, and making accessible, materials on non-governmental women,s efforts towards peace.

    The Women's Legal History Project - Detailed biographies of over 100 early women lawyers and judges.

    Women's History Index - Lessons from activity books and reviews of materials to bring women's history into the classroom; for use during Women's History Month, from Social Studies School Service.

    Woman Suffrage in Political Cartoons - More than two dozen political cartoons of the woman suffrage movement showing how it was portrayed by both supporters and opponents.

    Women's Rights: 1848 to the Present - This website is a composite of articles, speeches, biographies and links relating to women's rights, with the primary focus on American women's rights. It originated in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Seneca Falls conference in 1847, that set the stage to gain women the right to vote, and thus acquire other freedoms.

    Great Women Political Leaders - Sites on great women political leaders from Appukids.

    Melisende's Women of History - Biographies of some of the fascinating women who have graced the pages of history.

    Herstory of Women's Health Movement and Self-Help - Self cervical exam revolutionized activists working for legal abortion in the 1960's and early 1970's.

    ViVa Database - The ViVa database contains bibliographic records describing more than 5500 articles published between 1975 and 2000 in 116 historical and women's studies journals.

    Women's Biography Sites - Access 170 women biography collection sites.

    Femme's Musings - This page started out as a tribute to Queen Boudica and grew from there.

    Women's Rights Info Center Library - This site contains numerous resources discussing womens rights, issues, and history, as well as information on contacting the Womens Rights Information Center in Englewood, NJ.

    Witch: the Wild Ride from Wicked to Wicca - An exciting new book from award-winning author Candace Savage, follows the changing image of the witch through the last 500 years.

    Brave women of Oceania - Dedicated to women of the South Pacific area who have served history. Women at war and serving peace in Oceania have remained largely undocumented. This page sets out to redress the balance and links to their history and their works.

    World Wide Web Virtual Library: Women's History - Listing women's history institutions and organizations, locating archival and library collections, and providing links to Internet resources for women's history is the main purpose of this Virtual Library.

    Women in History - Sacramento branch of the American Association of University Women. Women in History page has hard-to-find links to information about women in history.

    Women's Biographies - Distinguished women of past and present.

    History of European Women - Scholarly and non-scholarly articles, book reviews, bibliographies, historiography and annoted links about European women's history.

    LadiesMemoryCircle - A mailing list for women who enjoy the study of history and who would like to share their findings and resources with one another.

    The Miracle Worker - Information and resources for the study of The Miracle Worker and Helen Keller.

    Friends of Women's Rights National Park - Women's history from First Woman's Rights Convention; includes suffrage movment, right to vote, modern feminism. Describes the Friends' programs.

    Amazing Women - Dedicated to talented individuals who have made their mark on in their fields, including George Sand, Djuna Barnes, Frida Kahlo and Tori Amos, and various actresses, providing a biography for each.

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