Researching Female Ancestors
Ideas for researching your female ancestors
Researching Female Ancestors
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8 Genealogy Tips for Tracing Female Ancestry by Mary Herrell-Sesniak via the GenealogyBank blog. Great look at the various names women can be listed as.
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A photo of the B. F. Clark family. Credit: Library of Congress. Read more on the GenealogyBank blog: “8 Genealogy Tips for Tracing Female Ancestry.” http://blog.genealogybank.com/8-genealogy-tips-for-tracing-female-ancestry.html
amily of B. F. Clark, 219 N. 4th Street. This family has worked in 8 different mill villages in the past five years. Clark was a prosperous farmer, before that, but his farm ran down. He says mill families get the habit of moving from place to place.
8 Genealogy Tips for Tracing Female Ancestry
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Donna Gray’s “Nothing to Tell: Extraordinary Stories of Montana Ranch Women” includes 12 interviews of elderly Montana women. Many vouch for the virtues of hard work and of life in a simpler time. Read more: billingsgazette.c... more: billingsgazette.c...
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This looks interesting... Donna Gray’s “Nothing to Tell: Extraordinary Stories of Montana Ranch Women” includes 12 interviews of elderly Montana women. Many vouch for the virtues of hard work and of life in a simpler time. Read more: http://billingsgazette.com/entertainment/books-and-literature/article_da1ef346-2f72-5eae-8dcf-e00c6f0b21ea.html#ixzz1wSKFYUFgRead more: http://billingsgazette.com/entertainment/books-and-literature/article_da1ef346-2f72-5eae-8dcf-e00c6f0b21ea.html#ixzz1wSK3E9of
This article describing how to form a local Woman Suffrage Society was published, and republished, often in The National Citizen and Ballot Box.
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The woman-suffrage movement in New York City society leaders securing signatures to petitions to be presented to the constitutional convention - scene at Sherry's 1894.
Gilded Age Society Women gathering signatures for the Suffrage Movement, at the fashionable NYC Sherry's Restaurant . Depicted in the Frank Leslie's Illustrated newspaper, May 3rd, 1894.
From Gena's Genealogy: Women's Equality Day and Your Ancestor's Right to Vote
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New York, August 1913. “Suffragettes on way to Boston.” Our second look at the “suffrage caravan” campaign for women’s voting rights. Which seems to have drawn quite a crowd. 5x7 glass negative, G.G. Bain Collection. (via Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Tambourine Woman: 1913)
August 26th Women's Equality Day: Women march the streets of Boston protesting for women's rights to vote. "Equal-Pay-For-Equal-Work and All-Labor Legislation". August 18, 1920 was the ratification of the 19th Amendment granted women having the right to vote. http://philibertfamily.blogspot.com/2013/08/womens-equality-day-and-your-ancestors.html#.U_0nn_ldXX4 GENDER/WAR/PEACE PROFESSOR MORAVEC
EQUAL PAY FOR EQUAL WORK: New York, August 1913. “Suffragettes on way to Boston.” (via Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)
WOMEN SUFFRAGE: New York, August 1913. “Suffragettes on way to Boston.” (via Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)
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Female Specific Resources.There r record collections that r specific to women.A keyword search Family History Library Catalog keyword “women” reveals 4,600 +results. Examples from this search :Genealogical Data Relating to Women in Western Reserve Before 1840, Index of References to American Women in Colonial Newspapers through 1800 , Women from Warren County, Illinois. Extracted from Prairie Farmer’s Reliable Director 1918,100 Women of the Rio Grande Valley of Texas
IDG Guest Blog Post by Gena Ortega: Three Ideas for Tracing Your Female Ancestors #genealogy www.theindepthgen...
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Suffrage ephemera ca. 1920
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c. 1920 Suffrage Flyer MHS Collections. (via Missouri History Museum) - Direito ao voto feminino - #propaganda #cartaz #poster #ad #branding #vintage #advertisement #voto #vote #mulher #woman
“A Woman Living Here Has Registered to Vote” c. 1920 Suffrage Flyer (via Missouri History Museum.)
c. 1920 Suffrage Flyer MHS Collections. (via Missouri History Museum) shows the responsibility of having womens rights. They now register to vote and have more responsibilities. It has kind of a sarcastic tone. Seems like a man made this poster acting like women cant handle it.
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American WWII propaganda poster depicting the importance of women to the war effort : "Soldiers without guns", c. 1944
American poster, circa 1944. Acknowledging the contributions of women on the home front in the war effort.
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Lady Motorists - Make a Giant your Slave! Take the Giant's Strength, but keep your own Grace. The Maze of Traffic demands the Brake of Power.
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I was doing some research on Martha Jefferson Randolph, the older of President Jefferson’s two daughters, and I stumbled a short little book published by the United States Bureau of National Literature and Art in 1903. The book provides portraits of each of the women who presided over the White House household staff from the time of Martha Washington through Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt as well as short one or two paragraph biographies.
A member of the Womens Timber Corps stripping bark from a felled tree to be used as a telegraph pole
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A member of the Women's Timber Corps stripping bark from a felled tree to be used as a telegraph pole.
Lumberjill at work, somewhere in the UK. A woman of Britain's WWII Women's Timber Corps deftly swings an axe into a fallen tree.
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They Fought Like Demons: Women Soldiers in the Civil War: De Anne Blanton, Lauren M. Cook: 9781400033157: Amazon.com: Books
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They Fought Like Demons: Women Soldiers in the Civil War DeAnne Blanton “Women lived in germ-ridden camps, languished in appalling prisons...
They Fought like Demons: Women Soldiers of the American Civil War by Deanne Blanton and Lauren M. Cook. Click on the cover to see if the book's available at Otis Library.
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Women's History Month #7. Women in the Military, Part 2