For your convenience, NWHP provides links or access to other World Wide Web (www) sites. However, this access does not imply that NWHP members support or approve of the information offered at those sites.
Sarah Winnemucca at the National Women’s Hall of Fame
The National Women’s Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls, NY home of 207 inductees, has also honored our very own Sarah Winnemucca. Sarah was inducted in 1994 and joins a stellar list of some of history’s most important women.
National Women’s History Project
The National Women’s History Project has established a web site for the 150th Anniversary of the organized Women’s Rights Movement. It presents the history of the movement, an extensive chronology of important events on the route to women’s equity, an indexed list of contemporary programs that will celebrate this landmark anniversary, and an array of resources for programs.
A Duke University site offering various information resources such as Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Special Collections, including African-American women and Civil War Women.
American Women is “is a gateway–a first stop for Library of Congress researchers working in the field of American women’s history.” The gateway contains a research guide that describes materials on American women’s history in the Library of Congress’ holdings and tells how find these materials, and links to the Library of Congress catalog, digitized materials, and online sources. The American Women gateway is presented as a part of the Library of Congress’s American Memory.
A comprehensive list of genealogy sites on the internet.
Department of Cultural Affairs, Nevada State Library and Archives.
Letters from Nevada’s Daughters
Native American Women with Military Service
Recognition for Native American Women who served in the Military.
Nevada Women’s Archive – University of Nevada Reno
Established in 1992 in the Special Collections Department at the University Library, University of Nevada, Reno, in response to the need for a focused project to collect and preserve Nevada women’s original source materials. This archive substantially enhances the Department’s existing collections about Nevada women and serves as an important resource for those conducting study and research in many diverse subject areas.
Nevada Women’s Archives – University of Nevada Las Vegas
As part of the Special Collections of UNLV Libraries, the Nevada Women’s Archives project began in September 1994 to collect, preserve, and provide access to primary source materials which document women’s history in Southern Nevada. Materials resulting from women’s activities in political, social, cultural, religious, commercial and economic life are the foundation of the collection.
Portraits of Nevada
Portraits of Nevada was created by Virginia Vogel, professor of speech communication and theater, in cooperation with Teaching and Learning Technologies of the University of Nevada, Reno. The site archives clothing and fashion of early Nevada pioneers, especially women.
A new public research tool for historic and cultural resource preservation.
Women’s History – Net Links
Links to various sites including quotes from women, transcendentalist women, saints and doctors, etc.
Women’s Liberation Movement
An on-line archival collection of documents from Duke University with Minutes of the liberation movement meetings from November 10, 1974 to April 27, 1975.
Women in Military Service for America Memorial
This website is the only major national memorial honoring women who have served in our nations defense during all eras and in all services. It has a computerized and a searchable registry of service women, and stories of nearly 300,000 servicemen are perserved at their memorial museum in Washington D.C. The website offers information for servicemen to register.
OTHER LINKS OF INTEREST
Nevada Songs & Symbols
- Nevada Legislature
- Nevada Legislature Research Library
- Department of Cultural Affairs
- Nevada Governor’s Homepage
- Nevada Kids Page
- State of Nevada
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