Cover of program for the National American Women's Suffrage Association procession, showing woman, in elaborate attire, with cape, blowing long horn, from which is draped a

Women's History Month Resources


 

Looking for new stories, primary sources, or lesson suggestions?

 

NCHE is pleased to share this curated list of websites featuring resources that explore women's history in the United States and the world. These sites offer historical overviews, a variety of primary sources for analysis, and suggestions for using primary sources with learners of all ages. 


 

 Women and the
American Story

New-York Historical Society


 Website

Women's History Portal


Smithsonian


Website

Progress of the World's Women


United Nations Women 

 
Website

Celebrating Native American Women

National Museum of the American Indian

Website

The History Chicks

A Podcast about Female Characters in History (Factual or Fictional)

Website

10 National Parks that Celebrate Women's History

National Park Service

Website

The Women of NASA

National Women's History Museum  

Website

Women in India: Unheard Stories

Google Arts & Culture


Website

Revolutionary Women

World History Project

 Website

Representation with a Hyphen: Latinas in the Fight for Women's Suffrage

Natioanl Women's History Museum

Website

Women Leaders in African History, 17th-19th Century

The Metropolitan Museum of Art


Website

LGBTQ+ Women Who Made History

Smithsonian



Website

From Friedan Forward: Considering a Feminist Perspective

Read.Write.Think

Website

Museo Frida Kahlo

Virtual Tour


Website

Las Soldaderas

Teen Vogue

Website

Women During the Holocuast 

U.S. Holocaust  Memorial Museum

 
Website

Women in the Ancient World

World History Encyclopedia


Website

Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence

National Portrait Gallery
  
Website

Girlhood (It's Complicated)

National Museum of American History

Website