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Why Women's History?
Women's contributions and accomplishments have largely been overlooked and consequently omitted from mainstream culture. The National Women's History Museum helps fill that void. To this end, the Museum serves to place women's history within current historical narratives because inclusive history is good history.
An Interview with Valerie Red-Horse Mohl, Director and Producer of the documentary, Mankiller.Read More
Mankiller: Activist. Feminist. Cherokee Chief.
If there is anything I’ve learned during my time outdoors, it is this—Mountains Have No Ceilings.Read More
Mountains Have No Ceilings
Women are the real architects of society.Harriet Beecher StoweAuthor
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Chronicles of American Women: Your History Makers
Chronicles of American Women: Your History Makers is a means to honor the lives and legacies of women, living and dead, whose individual and collective contributions have enriched our lives. With narrative and pictures you can create a lasting memorial to a special woman in your life.