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Women's History Week

National Museum of American History

Women's History Week

National Museum of American History

National Women's History Week

National Museum of American History

Women's History Week in Aiken

National Museum of American History

Women's History Week in Aiken

National Museum of American History

Write Women Back Into History

National Museum of American History

Women for History

National Museum of American History

Women's History Month 1997 Award

Anacostia Community Museum

Wise Women...

National Museum of American History

Women Working

National Museum of American History

Celebrating Women’s History Month: All-Female Flight Crews

National Air and Space Museum

Women’s History Month in the United States began as Women’s History Week in 1982. The event was expanded to the entire month of March in 1987. Throughout the past month, the Smithsonian Institution and the National Air and Space Museum, have sponsored many events for Women’s History Month. On March 28, 1988, just the second   ...Continue Reading

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Women Who Shaped History

Smithsonian Magazine

Votes for Women

National Museum of American History

The History of the Women's Liberation Movement

National Museum of American History

The History of the Women's Liberation Movement

National Museum of American History

Votes for Women

National Museum of American History

Women Are Not Chicks

National Museum of American History

Women's History Month Family Day 2009 (Overview)

Smithsonian Education
A brief overview of the Women’s History Month Family Day 2009 celebrations. Smithsonian Women’s History Month Family Day 2009 March 7, 2009 National Portrait Gallery and Smithsonian American Art Museum

Women's Equality Day

National Museum of American History

Archives Presents: Women's History Month Facebook Live

Smithsonian Institution Archives
In this Facebook Live video Smithsonian Institution Archives Staff Members, Historian Pamela Henson and History Program Assistant Lisa Fthenakis, highlight the tremendous work and accomplishments of groundbreaking women in science. Learn the stories of these women and how we are celebrating their work this Women's History Month. Margaret Collins was the first African American female entomologist, and a civil rights leader among her fellow black scientists. Devra Kleiman's groundbreaking work in conservation biology brought the golden lion tamarin back from virtual extinction, and later led to the first birth of birth of the National Zoo’s first ever panda cub to survive in captivity. Visit the Women's History Smithsonian Transcription Center page: http://s.si.edu/Women and check out how you can take an active role in transcribing history.

Women Rising

National Museum of American History
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