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Women and Gender in U.S. History II: 1830 to the Present: Websites

This research guide points to select resources for the course Women and Gender in U.S. History II: 1830 to Present. Professor Jennifer Mittelstadt. Spring 2013.

Other Relevant Websites

Alice Paul Institute is a museum and cultural center in New Jersey honoring Alice Paul. 

New Jersey Digital Highway preesens a collection on New Jersey history and culture, with focus on immigration. Try a search using "women" or "suffrage" as keywords.  

New Jersey Women's History is a website with photographs and documents from Special Collections and University Archives. 

Women's History and Sources: Index by Subject lists New Jersey women related primary source collections housed at Rutgers, Special Collections and University Archives (SC/UA). The SC?UA is located in the basement of Alexander Library. Hours:  M-F,9-5; Sat 1-5. Phone: 848-932-6159. 

 

 

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