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U.S. History Topics » Movements » Women's History

Her Story

offers photos, diaries, and timelines for learning about women pioneers, women during the Civil War, women's suffrage in the Progressive Era, eight women who served "on the front" during World War II, First Ladies, literature about women and discrimination, African-American women in the sciences, women in Muslim societies, Native American women writers, Zora Neale Hurston, Margaret Mead, research in women's history, and more. (Library of Congress)

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Interesting Fact:

With its first publication in 1863, The Water-Babies by Reverend Charles Kingsley (1819-1875) became a best seller in England and, soon after, in America. The Water-Babies tells the story of Tom, a young chimney sweep, who escapes the toil and drudgery of his miserable apprenticeship through his magical transformation by fairies into a "water-baby."
Encre L. Marquet, Young woman writing letter.  1 print (poster) : color ; 125 x 84 cm. PUBLISHED:  1892.

Encre L. Marquet


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