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National Women's History Museum
The Museum researches, collects and exhibits the contributions of women to the social, cultural, economic and political life of our nation in a context of world history.
Women's History Timeline
From Bloomsburg University, the timeline ranges from 1776 to present.
Women in European History 1700-1815
Slides with information on European women from 1700-1815.
Women in European History
Contents on this site is created by students in Jennifer Palmer's Women in European History class at the University of Chicago as part of a class project. The goal for this site is to provide biographical and contextual information on European women from the middle ages to the present.
Women in the History of Europe
The texts presented here are a fruit of the convergencies and divergencies in Europe. The texts are the result of professional feminists' work, each of them from a different European country. The work has crossed both linguistical and cultural barriers.
Many helpful resources compiled by the New York Public Library