Alice Duer Miller: profile of Alice Duer Miller, a journalist and writer known for satirical poems advocating woman suffrage.
An illustrated biography of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, First Lady and editor.
Lucy Burns was a key organizer and participant in the more militant wing of the American suffrage movement, helping to win passage of the 19th Amendment.
The life of Beatrix Potter, from solitary childhood to naturalist to author to farmer.
Quotes by Helen Thomas - part of an extensive collection of quotations by notable women.
Learn more about Lizzie Borden, accused (and acquitted) murderer of her father and stepmother. Did she really kill them with an axe?
Seneca Falls 1848 saw the first meeting of women and a few men to call for rights for women. The Seneca Falls meeting is often seen as the kick-off of the women's rights movement -- the first wave of feminism.
Making fun of women voting was a common anti-suffrage theme before women got the vote.
July 11 - birthdates of notable women and other important events, plus quote for the day
A short biographical profile of Mary McLeod Bethune, educator and racial justice advocate. She was born on July 10, 1875. You'll also find quotes by Mary McLeod Bethune and a full biography.