Articles, book reviews and research guides about Female Explorers - adventurous women who've dared to explore their world.
Documents the liberal religious connections of many famous (mostly US and a few Canadian and British) women
Articles on women's history, plus annotated links to some of the best resources on the Net on the subject, in more than 30 categories. From About.com.
Fascinating facts, little-known anecdotes, and provocative quotations about the week's famous and infamous women, all in a quick-read format with links to additional resources. New features every week!
Formed in response to women academics' sense of professional isolation in the early decades of the 20th century. The Berkshire group invites all women professionally engaged in history, pursuing graduate study in history, or dedicated to historical inquiry to participate in their activities.
Tells the story of women who worked as agents for the Special Operations Executive (S.O.E.) during World War Two.
Links to sites lauding the lives and accomplishments of notable women in the fields of music, literature, television, activism, painting, and the performance arts.
Bibliographies, journals, and other holdings and resources of the U.S. National Archives.
A growing database containing biographies and genealogy data of famous and not-so-famous women submitted by actual living descendants.
Documents the history of women in these fields, individually and collectively, with excellent links to related sites.