Tag Archives: Women’s History

Rosie the Riveter National Historical Park

Rosie the Riveter National Historical Park [caption id="attachment_38846" align="alignright" width="250"] Rosie the Riveter Pixabay Public Domain[/caption] Many faces, many stories, many truths weave a complex tapestry of myths and realities from this time of opportunity and loss. - NPS Welcome to the Rosie the Riveter National Historic Park, the 145-acre historical park dedicated to the…
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Sacajawea Statue

Sacajawea Statue  “Erected by the women of the United States in memory of the only woman in the Lewis & Clark expedition, and in honor of the pioneer mother of Oregon.” - NPS In Portland Oregon's Washington Park you will find a sort of Women's History hidden gem, a bronzed statue of Sacajawea. This bronze…
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Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site

Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site "The greatest thing I have learned is how good it is to come home again." Eleanor Roosevelt Welcome to the Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site, the site of Eleanor's beloved Val-Kill cottage home in Hyde Park, NY. This site was established by congress in 1977 to commemorate the life and…
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Women’s Rights National Historical Park

Women’s Rights National Historical Park Located in Seneca Falls, New York, you will find the Women's Rights National Historical Park. This park holds several different educational and historic buildings that help enlighten and educate guests on women's rights and the path that got us to where we are today. Your group will be able to…
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Elizabeth Cady Stanton House

Elizabeth Cady Stanton House “The general discontent I felt with women’s portion as wife, mother, housekeeper, physician, and spiritual guide, the chaotic conditions into which everything fell without constant supervision, impressed me with a strange feeling that some active measures should be taken to remedy the wrongs…of women.” - Elizabeth Cady Stanton The Elizabeth Cady…
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Prudence Crandall Museum

Prudence Crandall Museum Welcome to the Prudence Crandall Museum, a memorial center for the Nation's first Academy for African-American young women. Sometimes called the Elisha Payne House, this historic house museum is the site of the first higher education academy for African Amerian young women and girls in New England, founded by Prudence Crandall in…
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Boston Women’s Heritage Trail

Boston Women's Heritage Trail “Remember the Ladies” — Abigail Adams In 1989 a group of Boston Public School teachers, librarians, and their students brainstormed and inaugurated the Boston Women’s Heritage Trail, a series of 13 different walks commemorating Boston's most influential women. With over 200 women remembered on this series of trails, the entire project…
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Harriet Beecher Stowe Center

Harriet Beecher Stowe Center BE INSPIRED BY THE WOMAN WHOSE WORDS CHANGED THE WORLD Welcome to the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center, the non-traditional, conversational, and interactive museum dedicated to Harriet Beecher Stowe that is located in Hartford, Connecticut. Within this museum center, you will learn all about Stowe's personal life as well as the impact…
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