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    • Educating Change: Latina Activism and the Struggle for Educational Equity

    • Includes videos of interviews with Ramona Medina (1918- ), Socorro Gómez (1951- ), and Yolanda Almaraz (1951- ). The "Collection" section includes photographs and other sources about the walkouts from Coachella Valley schools in 1976, as well as...
    • Latinas; Social activists;
    • Coachella Valley, California; Providence, Rhode Island
    • African American Women in Iowa Digital Collection

    • Includes a wide variety of primary sources from the Iowa Women's Archives, the African American Historical Museum and Cultural Center of Iowa, the University of Iowa Archive, and the State Historical Society of Iowa. Highlights include...
    • African American women; Societies and clubs; Women librarians
    • United States -- Iowa
    • Green 'N' Growing: The History of Home Demonstration and 4-H Youth Development in North Carolina

    • This site includes 10,000 items (photos, pamphlets, reports) that document the history of home demonstration and 4-H in North Carolina. A variety of essays place these primary sources in historical context, and cover such topics as African...
    • 4-H clubs; African American women; Agriculture; Girls; History; Home demonstration work; Home economics; Race relations; Women
    • United States -- North Carolina
    • 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
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    • The African American Experience in Ohio

    • This collection from the Ohio Historical Society includes newspaper clippings, photographs and manuscript sources.
    • African American children; African American Women; Education; Employment; Lynching; Religion; Segregation; Slavery; Social life and customs; Societies and clubs;
    • United States -- Ohio
    • Doctor or Doctress?

    • This site combines compelling stories with a variety of primary sources to bring the history of women physicians to a wide audience. The stories explore a range of topics: the Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania; Civil War surgeon Mary Walker;...
    • Women physicians; African American women physicians; Medicine -- Study and teaching
    • United States
    • Women's History in Wisconsin

    • This chronological overview offers a wide range of supporting primary sources, such as documents on the Civil War homefront; letters by nurses during World War I; and state regulations for women workers (1920).
    • Civil War, 1861-1865; Women -- Suffrage; Women's rights; World War, 1914-1918; World War, 1939-1945;
    • United States -- Wisconsin
    • Emma Goldman Papers

    • Emma Goldman (1869–1940) The "Primary Sources" section of the site includes excerpts from Goldman's books (e.g., Anarchism and Other Essays); text from Goldman's speeches and newspaper accounts that document her protest against conscription during...
    • Political activists; Women anarchists; World War, 1914-1918
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    • Women of the CBC

    • Includes a history of women in the Congressional Black Caucus, features on Shirley Chisholm and Barbara Jordan, a CBC Women Timeline, and a variety of primary sources.
    • African American Women; Congressional Black Caucus; Women legislators
    • Washington, DC
    • Women of Valor: Emma Goldman

    • Biographical profile includes a good selection of primary sources. Examples include advertisments for Goldman's speeches; Goldman's first published writing on the subject of marriage (1897); Goldman's deportation portrait (1919); Eulogy by...
    • Women anarchists; Women political activists; World War, 1914-1918
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    • Valley of the Shadow: Two Communities in the American Civil War

    • Numerous letters, diaries, and other sources document women's lives in Pennsylvania and Virginia before, during, and after the Civil War.
    • Civil War, 1861-1865; Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877); Women
    • United States -- Pennsylvania -- Franklin County; United States -- Virginia -- Augusta County
    • New Jersey Women's History

    • Timeline entries link to online primary sources (images, documents, and material objects). Highlights include portraits of notable New Jersey women, a poster advertising a dance performance by Ruth St. Denis, and the text of Lucy Stone's protest...
    • Women
    • United States -- New Jersey
    • Georgia O'Keeffe Museum Collections Online

    • This collection includes a wide range of sources: : images of art work by O’Keeffe and other artists; letters written by Georgia O'Keeffe and addressed to Alfred Stieglitz, Maria Chabot or Claudia O'Keeffe; photographs of Georgia O'Keeffe from...
    • Women artists
    • United States -- New Mexico -- Abiquiu; United States -- Texas;
    • Maine Memory Network

    • Maine's statewide digitization program provides access to primary sources from over 180 museums, historical societies, libraries, and other organizations. Highlights include photographs of women working (e.g., nurses, switchboard operators);...
    • Civil War, 1861-1865; Employment; Shakers; Women -- Suffrage; World War, 1939-1945
    • United States -- Maine
    • Columbia River Basin Ethnic History Archive

    • This collection brings together a wide variety of primary sources from the Idaho State Historical Society, Oregon Historical Society, Washington State Historical Society, and Washington State University Pullman. The site also includes tutorials on...
    • African Americans; Basque Americans; Chinese Americans; Immigrants; Japanese Americans; Mexican Americans; Women
    • United States -- Idaho; United States -- Oregon; United States -- Washington (State)
    • Agents of Social Change

    • This online exhibit features selected sources from the papers of six key activists and the records of Women's Action Alliance and the National Congress of Neighborhood Women. Issues covered include labor, socialism, civil liberties, peace, racial...
    • Feminism; Feminists; Women lawyers; Women social reformers
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    • A Centennial Celebration: California Women and the Vote

    • "A Centennial Celebration" is the companion site to the exhibit that was displayed in The Bancroft Library in 2011. A wide variety of sources (photos, newspaper clippings, letters, event announcements, etc.) highlight California's suffragists,...
    • Women -- Suffrage
    • United States -- California

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