Post Civil War

“Votes for Women” Suffrage Pictures 1850–1920.
Part of the American Memory exhibit at the Library of Congress.

African-American Mosaic.
A Library of Congress Resource Guide for the Study of Black History and Culture. Includes reproductions of original documents, personal stories, and ex-slave narratives. Part of the Library of Congress online exhibitions collections.

Chetro Ketl Great Kiva, Southwestern United States Project.
This site presents a 3-D reconstruction of a Great Kiva, an architectural feature found in many prehistoric Anasazi communities in the Southwestern United States.

Harlem: 1900-1940.
Based on an exhibit at the Schomberg Center for Research in Black Culture, this site features photographs, commentary, a timeline and resources.

Lower East Side Tenements Virtual Tour.
Take a virtual tour of 97 Orchard Street–a typical tenement house of nineteenth century New York City.

National Civil Rights Museum.
Take a virtual tour of the Civil Rights Movement.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is America’s national institution for the documentation, study, and interpretation of Holocaust history, and serves as this country’s memorial to the millions of people murdered during the Holocaust. Includes online exhibits of art and photos.

What Did You Do in the War, Grandma? An Oral History of Rhode Island Women during World War II.
Written by students in the Honors English Program at South Kingstown (R.I.) High School.

Employment Law and the #MeToo Movement
Women have played an important role in numerous U.S. Wars. Today women are fighting a different war – An informative account of the #MeToo movement founded in 2006.

Women’s History.
A guide to the Middle Tennesseee State University (MTSU) Library and Internet Resources. This is a “links” site.