Women and History


  • 1001 Things Everyone Should Know About Women’s History
    by Constance Jones
  • Almanac of American Women in the 20th Century
    by Judith Freeman Clark
  • America Celebrates: A Patchwork of Weird and Wonderful Holiday Lore
    by Hennig Cohen and Tristam Potter Coffin
  • American Women: Their Lives in Their Own Words
    by Doreen Rappaport
  • America's Women: 400 Years of Dolls, Drudges, Helpmates, and Heroines
    by Gail Collins
  • America's Women: 400 Years of Dolls, Drudges, Helpmates, and Heroines
    by Gail Collins (second copy)
  • Attic Book of Special Days for Women edited
    by Roisin Conroy, Michelle Cullen, Margaret Neylon and Ailbhe Smyth
  • The Case of Roe V. Wade
    by Leonard A. Stevens
  • Celebrating Women: The Women's Park of Yellow Springs
    by the Women's History Project of Greene County, Inc.
  • Celia, a Slave
    by Melton McLaurin
  • The Clothesline
    by Irene Rawlings and Andrea Vansteenhouse
  • The Creation of Patriarchy
    by Gerda Lerner
  • Early American Women
    by Nancy Woloch
  • Einstein's Wife
    by Andrea Gabor
  • Encyclopedia of Women’s History in America
    by Kathryn Cullen
  • The Evolution of Feminist Organizations: An Organizational Study
    b
    y Diane Metzendorf This study examines changes in feminist organizations founded in the early seventies as alternatives to traditional, bureaucratic human service organizations.
  • Eyes on the Prize
    by Juan Williams
  • From Pocahontas to Power Suits
    by Kay Mills
  • Having Our Say
    by Sarah L. Delany and A. Elizabeth Delany with Amy Hill Hearth
  • A History of Women in America
    by Carol Hymowitz and Michaele Weissman
  • Hymn to Her:Women Musicians Talk
    by Karen O'Brien
  • In Every Generation, Action Frees our Dreams
    by Katherine Hanson, Dir.
  • The Inevitability of Patriarchy
    by Steven Goldberg
  • Inventing the American Woman, an Inclusive History
    by Glenda Riley
  • Ladies, Start Your Engines edited
    by Elinor Nauen
  • Lives of the Muses: 9 Women & the Artists They Inspired
    by Francine Prose
  • The LPGA: The Unauthorized Version/The History of the Ladies Professional Golf Association
    by Liz Kahn
  • Modern American Women
    by Susan Ware
  • Mothers of Invention: Women of the Slaveholding South in the American Civil War
    by Drew Gilpin Faust
  • Moving the Mountain: The Women's Movement in America Since 1960
    by Flora Davis
  • The Physician and Sexuality in Victorian America
    by John S. Hobbs and Robin M. Haller
  • Portraits of American Women
    by G.J. Barker and Catherine Clinton
  • Powerful Black Women
    by Jessie Carney Smith
  • Rosie the Riveter
    by Penny Colman
  • She Bop
    by Lucy O'Brien
  • She’s a Rebel: The History of Women in Rock & Roll
    by Gillian Gaar
  • Sex and Power in History: How the Differences Between the Sexes Has Shaped Our Destinies
    by Amaury deRiencourt
  • Specializing in the Impossible
    by A Symposium at the National Museum of American History
  • Tennessee Woman: An Infinite Variety
    by Wilma Dykeman
  • Tennessee Women
    by Sarah Freeman
  • The Timetables of Women's History
    by Karen Greenspan
  • The Timetables of Women's History
    by Karen Greenspan (second copy)
  • Untidy Origins: A Story of Woman's Rights In Antebellum New York
    by Lori D. Ginzberg
    A long hidden petition
    by six ordinary women demanding the right to vote in New York State in 1846...addresses politics, identity, and gender. What Did You Do in the War, Grandma
    by Students in the Honors English Program at South Kingstown High School
  • Well-behaved Women Seldom Make History
    by Laurel Ulrich
  • When Women Played Hardball
    by E. Johnson
  • A Woman’s Wartime Journal
    by Dolly Burge
  • Women Adventurers: Travelers, Explorers, and Seekers
    by Maria Aitken
  • Women and the American Experience
    by Nancy Woloch
  • Women and the American Experience: A Consise History
    by Nancy Woloch
  • Women and the Colonial Gaze
    by Hunt & Lessard
  • Women At Ground Zero: Stories of Courage and Compassion
    by Susan Hagen and Mary Carouba
    Firefighter Susan Hagen and investigative social worker Mary Carouba interviewed 30 women whose accounts of their experiences are filled with raw emotion and vivid detail.
  • Women in Antebellum Reform
    by Lori D. Ginzberg
  • Women of Coal
    by Randall Norris and Jean-Philippe Cypres
  • Women of the Gold Rush
    by Elizabeth Margo
  • Women of the House
    by Jean Zimmerman
  • Women of the Republic
    by Linda K. Kerber
  • Women Sailors and Sailors' Women: An Untold Maritime History
    by David Cordingly
  • A World of Our Own: Women as Artists Since the Renaissance
    by Frances Borzello
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