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Women's History Month

by Rachel Fager on 2021-03-01T12:06:00-05:00 | Comments

March is Women's History Month.  

A portal of unique primary sources.  Collections include:
 
  • Everyday Life & Women in America c.1800-1920

    showcases unique primary source material for the study of American social, cultural, and popular history in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

  • Defining Gender Access to a vast body of original British source material that will enrich the teaching and research experience of those studying history, literature, sociology and education from a gendered perspective.

 

The following books and ebooks are in our collections. Check one out!

  • To request a print book for contactless pickup, use the red "Place a Hold" button in the record (above the book title).   You will get an email when it's ready for pick up in the atrium.
  • Ebooks are available immediately with an SJU account.  https://guides.sju.edu/ebookdownloads
 
Cover ArtEncyclopedia of Women in American History (2002) by Eileen Chang; Joyce Appleby; Neva Goodwin
Cover ArtWomen's Work by Laurie F. Maffly-Kipp; Kathryn Lofton
2010 ebook
Cover ArtAfrican American Women Chemists by Jeannette Brown
2011 ebook
Cover ArtSophonisba Breckinridge by Anya Jabour
2019 ebook
Cover ArtWomen Who Dare by Chris Noble
2013 ebook
Cover ArtA Few Good Women by Evelyn Monahan; Rosemary Neidel-Greenlee
Call Number: UB418.W65 M66 2010
Cover ArtAmerican Women's Suffrage: Voices from the Long Struggle for the Vote 1776-1965  by Susan Ware (Editor)
Call Number: JK1896 .A54 2020
Cover ArtRad American Women A-Z by Kate Schatz; Miriam Klein Stahl (Illustrator)
Call Number: CMC CT3260 .S33 2015
Profiled are 26 American women from the 18th through 21st centuries, who have made-or are still making--history as artists, writers, teachers, lawyers, or athletes.

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