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    • California Gold: Northern California Folk Music from the Thirties

    • This collection includes songs and music from the following ethnic, cultural and language groups: Anglo; Armenian; Assyrian; Basque; Croatian; Finnish; Hungarian; Icelandic; Italian; Mexican; Norwegian; Portuguese; Puerto Rican; Russian Molokan; ...
    • Folk music; History; Immigrants; Women
    • United States -- California
    • Ben Gray Lumpkin Digital Folk Music Collection

    • This digital collection includes a generous sampling of songs from the Ben Gray Lumpkin Collection. Lumpkin recorded songs by people who were living in Colorado between 1950 and 1970.
    • Folk music
    • United States -- Colorado
    • Miss America Protests, 1968 and 1969

    • This collection includes photographs, newspaper clippings, planning documents, drafts of protest songs, and responses to the 1968 and 1969 Miss America pageant.
    • Beauty contests; Feminism; Miss America Pageant
    • United States -- New Jersey -- Atlantic City
    • A Canterbury Tale: A Resource Package for Connecticut's Prudence Crandall Affair

    • Prudence Crandall, a white Quaker, opened a teacher-training school for young African-American women in Canterbury, Connecticut in 1833. Local opposition forced the school to close the following year. This collection includes a selection of...
    • African American women; Education; Women educators
    • United States -- Connecticut -- Canterbury
    • Margaret Chase Smith Library

    • The small collection of documents in this collection includes the text from Smith's "Declaration of Conscience" speech. Select "Audio Recordings" to listen to "Leave It to the Girls," a song written for Smith's 1964 presidential campaign.
    • Women legislators
    • United States -- Maine
    • Daisie M. Helyar, 1906-1910 Scrapbook

    • Helyar's scrapbook documents student life at Simmons College as well as the social and cultural diversions of Boston.
    • Social life and customs; Women College Students; Women's colleges
    • United States -- Massachusetts -- Boston; United States -- Vermont;
    • Triangle Factory Fire

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    • Clothing factories; Employment; Fires; Industrial Safety; Labor laws and legislation; Triangle Shirtwaist Company -- Fire, 1911; Working class women
    • United States -- New York (N.Y.)
    • National Jukebox

    • National Jukebox (Library of Congress) includes more than 10,000 historical audio recordings made by the Victor Talking Machine Company between 1901 and 1925. Highlights include recordings by such notable singers as Nora Bayes (1880-1928),...
    • Women singers;
    • United States
    • Frontera Collection of Mexican American Music

    • The 30,000 performances in this collection were recorded, primarily in Spanish, in the first half of the twentieth century. Users can listen to the first 50 seconds of each recording. A search for "Lydia Mendoza" retrieves more than 500 records.
    • Mexican American music; Women musicians; Women singers
    • United States

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