This is a veritable trove of thought-provoking, interpreted documents presented to the researcher with the goal of advancing scholarly debates by demonstrating historical analysis as an interpretive process. This is what you’ll find — 1270 full-text primary sources (go to Browse Bibliography and click on Full Text Primary Sources) — 114 “document projects” curated from the collection of 4,600 documents, 1,300 images, and 1,000 links to other websites — approximately 3,200 publications with 67,000 pages of full-text sources — and a chronology of U.S. Women’s History. Click here to begin exploring!
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