To celebrate Women’s History Month, the database Women and Social Movements in the United States 1600-2000, Scholar’s Edition, will be freely accessible for the month of March so that anyone with an interest can explore the site’s collection of primary materials and teaching tools. No passwords or fees are required.
WASM Scholar’s edition includes 91 document projects and archives, almost 40,000 pages of full-text sources, a separate database of 90,000 pages of publications of federal, state, and local commissions on the status of women, and the exclusive online edition of the research classic, Notable American Women.
- New Project: Virtual Center for Prison Memories The Prison Public Memory Project, focused on making prison history relevant as a guide to the future, today launched a website and blog (www.prisonpublicmemory.org) […]
- Troys Little Italy Midwife Records Online Troy area researchers will be interested in the almost 200 midwife records covering 600 surnames that have just been added to the Troy Irish Genealogy Website. These records mostly are for […]
- Three Outstanding History Blog Series Here at the New York History blog, I follow hundreds of history oriented blogs, good and bad, from around New York and around the nation. Some of the best have focused their work through […]