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African American Women Writers of the 19th Century
Students might examine how the inclusion of African American women's perspectives alters more standardized narratives of American history.
Salem Witch Trials Documentary Archive
This archive houses a fantastic collection of source materials pertaining to the 160 women and men accused of witchcraft in the late 17th century in the Massachusetts Bay colony.
Jewish Women's Archive
The Jewish Women’s Archive (JWA), a national non-profit organization, seeks to collect and promote the 'extraordinary stories of Jewish women.'
Canadian Women's History
There is also a great deal of material on the foundation of female education and on the women’s suffrage movement.
Emory Women Writers Resource Project
The subjects covered are diverse and include commentaries on such topics as nature, native-white relations, emancipation, imperialism, social and sexual mores, wet nursing, Christianity, and women’s suffrage.
[Instructors] might invite students to reconstruct Collins’s expectations and attitudes towards various topics, tracing perspectives that she noted as exceptional.
Mapping Margery Kempe: A Guide to Late Medieval Material and Spiritual Life
This website is a collection of resources, particularly strong in visual content, that examines the social context in which Kempe produced her narrative.
New York Public Library Digital Collections
Robert E. Williams Photographic Collection
These arresting images document telling elements of African Americans' daily lives in Georgia during this period.
In Motion: The African-American Migration Project
In Motion: The African-American Migration Project portrays the history of 13 defining migrations that formed and transformed African Americans from the 16th century to the present.