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Encyclopedia Britannica: Women in American History

Britannica Online: Women in American History Follow brave-hearted women through a timeline of unbelievable "herstory." Impressive site tracks the unsinkable American woman from Early American adventurers like Sacagawea and Anne Hutchinson through the
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Britannica Online: Women in American History


Follow brave-hearted women through a timeline of unbelievable "herstory." Impressive site tracks the unsinkable American woman from Early American adventurers like Sacagawea and Anne Hutchinson through the daring suffragette days of Alice Paul up to the modern-day heroines like Rosa Parks. Students will enjoy full biographies as well as audio and video clips of these famous personalities. A teacher's guide with activities surrounding National Women's History Month completes this excellent website.

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• Lesson Plans • Learning Exercises • Learning Games • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations • Biographical Information


• High School Middle School

Tim Reisert

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