Women's History Month

Celebrate Women's History Month with key historical events and women across the world. 

Fill out the form on the right to get access to:

  • 6 Free Lessons: Lessons on the work of Marie Curie and Jane Goodall, Passing the Nineteenth Amendment, The Trials of Joan of Arc, Era of Reform, The Clash Between Traditionalism and Modernism 
  • 4 Primary Sources: Why Was Lady Murasaki an Important Figure in Japan's History?; Native American Women; Sojourner Truth: One Speech, Two Versions; and The Declaration of Sentiments Adopted by the Women's Rights Convention in Seneca Falls, New York (1894)
  • 6 Biographies: Isabella Aiona Abbott, Empress Theodora, Ruth Ella Moore, Deborah Sampson, Gloria Steinem, and Margaret Thatcher 



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