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Women's History Month

A collection of information about Women's History: from ladies who broke the norm to looks at women's lives throughout history (an area traditionally left out of the history books). The 2014 theme of the Month is Women of Courage, Character, & Commitment.


Women's History Month

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Focusing on imagery and sound, this groundbreaking book on the teaching of poetry writing is concise, practical, and inexpensive and its the only poetry writing text designed specifically for a college term.

Mini-documentary on Grace Hopper, "The Queen of Code"

Sponsored by Sweet Briar College, dedicated to preserving and creating access to speeches by inspirational, influential and contemporary, women from around the world. Cool

Discovering American Women's History Online, digital.mtsu.edu/... This database provides access to digital collections of primary sources (photos, letters, diaries, artifacts, etc.) that document the history of women in the United States. These diverse collections range from Ancestral Pueblo pottery to interviews with women engineers from the 1970s.

Women of Courage, Character, & Commitment - Woman of the Day: Governor Ann Richards. To read more about her, visit: search.ebscohost.... (you will need your barcode to access off-campus)

Women of Courage, Character, & Commitment - Woman of the Day: entrepreneur & cook Lucille Bishop Smith. To read more about her, visit: www.tshaonline.or...

DoDLive: Flight Nurses Revolutionize Military Medical Care - Article describes the development of flight nurses during WW2 and the accomplishments of some of the most notable nurses.

Women of Courage, Character, & Commitment - Woman of the Day: suffragist Minnie Fisher Cunningham. To read more about her, visit: search.ebscohost.... (you will need your barcode to access off-campus)

27 Black Women Activists Everyone Should Know

Ruby Bridges, born 1954: First African-American child to attend an all-white school in the south.

Women of Courage, Character, & Commitment - Woman of the Day: Barbara Jordan. To read more about her, visit: search.ebscohost.... (you will need your barcode to access off-campus)

[Ebook] You will need your barcode to access off campus. Bitter Fruit: African American Women in World War II. Maureen Honey corrects the distorted picture of women's roles in World War II being filled predominantly by white women by collecting photos, essays, fiction, and poetry by and about black women from the four leading African American periodicals of the war period.

Women of Courage, Character, & Commitment - Woman of the Day: librarian and suffragist Julia Ideson. Learn more about her at: www.tshaonline.or...

[Ebook] You will need your barcode to access off campus. Women Through Women's Eyes: Latin American Women in Nineteenth-Century Travel Accounts draws from ten insightful accounts by female visitors to Latin America in the nineteenth century. These firsthand tales bring a number of Latin American women into focus: nuns, market women, plantation workers, the wives and daughters of landowners and politicians, and even a heroine of the independence movement.

Women of Courage, Character, & Commitment - Woman of the Day: journalist Caro Brown. To learn more about her, visit search.ebscohost.... (you will need your barcode for off-campus access)

Women of Courage, Character, and Commitment - Woman of the Day: aviator Bessie Coleman. To read more about her in the LSCS databases (you will need your barcode to access off-campus): web.b.ebscohost.c...