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History of Women in the United States - HIST250 - Primary Sources

Primary sources available in the library or on the Internet relevant to women in U.S. History.

Resources in Library Catalog

eBooks on this list are only available to RVCC students, faculty, and staff and require a login with your G# and password.

Anne Frank remembered : the story of the woman who helped to hide the Frank family

The reminiscences of Miep Gies, the woman who hid the Frank family in Amsterdam during the Second World War, presents a vivid story of life under Nazi occupation.

Lines of fire : women writers of World War I

From incisive political treatises to gripping medical accounts, diary entries, poetry, and stunning visual art, Lines of Fire vividly captures the spirit and passion of the women who lived through this divisive time in our history, and enriches our understanding of the twentieth century's Great War.

Women of valor : the struggle against the Great Depression as told in their own life stories

Presents autobiographical accounts of women who influenced government and labor policy during the Depression, including Eleanor Roosevelt and Lillian Wald.

Resources on the Internet