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    • Creating Sakakawea Online Exhibit

    • This online exhibit explores the history of the statues that Sakakawea inspired in North Dakota (1910) and in National Statuary Hall in the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. The "Popular Culture" section of the exhibit includes a link to a Flickr...
    • Indian women -- North America; Monuments
    • United States--District of Columbia--Washington (D.C.); United States -- North Dakota
    • Greenwich Village History

    • The digital collections and online exhibits on this site have been developed by students in New York University's graduate programs in Archives and Public History and in Museum Studies. The online exhibits cover such topics as lesbian feminism,...
    • Social life and customs; Women social reformers
    • United States -- New York (State) -- New York -- Greenwich Village
    • Albert M. Greenfield Digital Center for the History of Women's Education

    • Drawing from the holdings of Bryn Mawr College Special Collections and other repositories, this site offers a variety of primary source materials that document the history of women's education. In addition to photos of students and faculty,...
    • Physical education for women; Women college students; Women educators; Women's colleges; Working class women -- Education
    • United States -- Kentucky -- Berea; United States -- Pennsylvania -- Bryn Mawr; China
    • Archives of American Art Oral History Interviews

    • Includes numerous interviews with women painters (e.g., Joan Mitchell), photographers (e.g., Imogen Cunningham and Dorothea Lange), quiltmakers (Peggie Hartwell and Carolyn Mazloomi), ceramicists, illustrators, and sculptors. Also included are...
    • Quiltmakers; Women artists; Women photographers
    • United States
    • Shades of Gray and Blue

    • Shades of Gray and Blue provides a unique online tool for exploring the Tennessee homefront during the Civil War. The site pairs compelling stories of individual women and men with quick access to relevant photographs, artwork, and images of...
    • Civil War, 1861-1865
    • United States -- Tennessee
    • Building Muscles While Building Minds: Athletics and the Early Years of Women's Education

    • This online exhibit features photographs of Bryn Mawr students and clippings form periodicals and books. Illustrated essays explore such topics as the leadership role of the Bryn Mawr's Athletic Association, the rapid rise of interest in hockey at...
    • Clothing and dress; Education (Higher); Women athletes; Women college students; Women's colleges
    • United States -- Pennsylvania -- Bryn Mawr
    • Life After the Holocaust

    • The women and men featured in this online exhibit were among the 80,000 Holocaust survivors who immigrated to the United States from 1945 to 1952. Users can read transcripts and view relevant photographs while listening to the oral history...
    • Holocaust survivors; Immigrant women; Jewish women; Polish American women
    • United States
    • Around the Table: Early Cooking in the Hudson Valley

    • Highlights from this online exhibit include images of cooking utensils (e.g., a corn mold, a butter paddle, and a sausage stuffer), and Mrs. Anna Maria Elting's Rochester Recipe Book from 1819.
    • Cookery; Cooking utensils
    • United States -- New York (State)
    • ARC - Archival Research Catalog: Digital Copies Search

    • The Archival Research Catalog (ARC) is the online catalog of NARA's nationwide holdings in the Washington, DC area, Regional Archives and Presidential Libraries. As of 2008, there are 134,537 digital copies in ARC. In addition to the subjects...
    • Child labor; Depressions, 1929; Employment; Indian women -- North America; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; New Deal, 1933-1939; Presidents' spouses; Women and the military; Women -- suffrage; World War, 1914-1918; World...
    • United States
    • Katherine Dunham's Living Legacy

    • This online exhibit explores Dunham's dance and film career, global activism, and anthropological work.
    • African American women; Choreographers; Women dancers
    • United States
    • Dear Madam: Letters Between Catharine Macaulay and Mercy Warren

    • Four of the seven letters in this online exhibit were written by Mercy Warren (1728-1814) to Catharine Macaulay. Warren noted the impact of the closing of the port of Boston and the passing of the Coercive Acts (29 December 1774); described public...
    • Revolution, 1775-1783
    • United States -- Massachusetts
    • Profiles in Science: Virginia Apgar

    • Virginia Apgar (1909-1974) is best known for developing the Apgar Score, a standard for assessing the health status of newborn children. This collection offers an overview of Apgar's career and a wide range of online primary sources.
    • Women physicians
    • Girlhood Embroidery: Samplers at Pilgrim Hall Museum

    • This online exhibit begins with the first American-made sampler, embroidered by Loara Standish in the 17th century. Additional samplers from the 18th and 19th centuries are also featured.
    • Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775; Girls; Pilgrims (New Plymouth Colony); Samplers
    • United States -- Massachusetts
    • The Stadtman Way: A Tale of Two Biochemists at NIH

    • This online exhibit documents the careers and influence of Thressa and Earl Stadtman at NIH. The "Why NIH" section includes a letter that illustrates how difficult it was for a married couple to find jobs at the same university in 1950. In the...
    • Marriage; Women scientists
    • United States -- Maryland -- Bethesda
    • Roxcy Bolton: A Force for Equality

    • This online exhibit documents Bolton's work for a variety of women's rights causes, including seeking protections for rape victims and for laws that would improve the efficiency of prosecuting rape crimes; opening department store lunchrooms to...
    • Equal Rights Amendment; Rape victims; Women's rights
    • United States -- Florida
    • Benedicte Wrensted:  An Idaho Photographer in Focus

    • Benedicte Wrensted (1859-1949), a native of Denmark, arrived in the United States in 1894. She was a professional photographer in Pocatello, Idaho from 1895 to 1912. This online exhibit features Wrensted's photographs of Native Americans. Curator...
    • Immigrants; Indians of North America; Women photographers
    • United States -- Idaho -- Pocatello


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