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Black and white photograph of Rosa Parks looking over the back of a chair.

American Women: A guide to Women's History Resources at the Library of Congress

A major new online research guide highlights hundreds of sources that tell the stories of women through a wide variety of perspectives and media in the Library of Congress collections. The guide's comprehensive coverage includes historic and contemporary audio and video files, posters, photographs, magazines, sheet music, maps, manuscripts and rare books, as well as government documents and legislation. The topical essays highlight such themes as the Equal Rights Amendment, Patriotism, and Suffrage.

Image credit: Hear Our Voice: Women's March on Washington, January 21, 2017. Poster by Liza Donovan. Courtesy of Amplifier Foundation. Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division.

Exhibits and Collections

Arts and Design 11Hide All

History 45Hide All

Social Media 34Hide All

Blogs—Library of Congress

Blogs—National Archives

Other Blogs



Women's Rights and Women's Suffrage 28Hide All

Online Publications (Smithsonian Folklife Magazine) 29Hide All