Program: Women’s History Month

Women's History Month

During the month of March, join us in celebraring and honoring the vital role of women in history with blogs, booklists, and more.

Women's History - Featured

Women's History Month Website

Visit one of the many listed exhibits and special collections being featured by the Library of Congress, NPS, and more.

OverDrive Collection: Women's History

Digital fiction titles about fearless women. Check out one right now!

Hear Me Roar! Great Fiction for Girls

Stories about girls who demonstrate full-on girl power in many different ways.

Old Stafford's Kate Waller Barrett

Old Stafford's Kate Waller Barrett

The humanitarian work inspired by Kate Waller Barrett’s experience led eventually to established shelters and services across this country.

Herstory: Women's History Month

Herstory: Women's History Month

Recent, captivating adult non-fiction titles about courageous, leading, and inspiring women.

"The Queene of Pomonky"

"The Queene of Pomonky"

The story of Cockacoeske, a Powhatan Great Weroance, or queen.

CRRL Picks: She Persisted

CRRL Picks: She Persisted

Amazing women and their passionate pursuits that truly changed our world.

A Female Soldier in the Civil War

A Female Soldier in the Civil War

Emma Edmonds documented her time serving with a Michigan regiment and witnessing The Battle of Fredericksburg.

Fannie Richards: Integration Pioneer

Fannie Richards: Integration Pioneer

The number of pupils who owe part of their education to Fannie amounts well up into the tens of thousands.

CRRL Picks: Women's History on Film

CRRL Picks: Women's History on Film

These feature films, television series, and documentaries explore the roles of women in ancient and modern history.

CRRL Teen: Herstory for Teens

CRRL Teen: Herstory for Teens

Young adult books about inspiring women who persisted.

About Mary Ball Washington

About Mary Ball Washington

Read about the first president's "revered mother," Mary Ball Washington.

CRRL Kids: Girls and Women of STEM

CRRL Kids: Girls and Women of STEM

Discover the many contributions of women and girls to science, technology, engineering, and math.
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