A Woman A Week

Distinguished Women of Past and Present

Women's Rights Movement 1998 is the 150th Anniversary of the Women's Rights Movement, launched at the world's first Women's Rights Convention in Seneca Falls, New York.

The Seneca Falls Convention is an on-line exhibition by the national Portrait gallery commemorating the Women's Rights Convention held July 19-20, 1848.

Seneca Falls celebration honors the first Women's Rights Convention and the women who made it happen.

Created Equal This site provides some information about the 1884 Seneca Falls Convention, The Women's Rights National Historic Park, and Historic Seneca Falls.

Places Where Women Made History The National Park Service has developed this National Register of Historic Places travel itinerary as part of the commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Seneca Falls Convention.

Feminist Majority Foundation encourages women to fill leadership positions in business, education, media, law, medicine, and government.

Participating Federal Agencies and links to their web sites.

National Women's History Project is a nonprofit organization, founded in 1980, that is committed to providing education, promotional materials, and informational services to recognize and celebrate women's diverse lives and historic contributions to society.

The National Center for Curriculum Transformation Resources on Women produces directories, manuals, and essays useful in curriculum transformation. It also maintains comprehensive information on resources available throughout the United States. Information and publications are regularly updated to reflect the continually evolving scholarship on women and the development of curriculum transformation work.

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