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Women's History: Home

To put women on the historical record...

Navajo Weaver Spinning Wool Into Yarn in Torreon, New Mexico from the National Archives CatalogShirley Chisholm, shortly after her election to Congress in 1968. (National Archives Catalog: Local Identifier: 7452354)Laverne Cox https://radicalreads.com/laverne-cox-favorite-books/

Photos from left to right: Navajo Weaver Spinning Wool Into Yarn in Torreon, New Mexico (from National Archives), Shirley Chisolm (National Archives Catalog: Local Identifier: 7452354), Laverne Cox (from Radical Reads)

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Sheldon, Kathleen, and KATHLEEN SHELDON. "Women: History and Historiography.Encyclopedia of African History, edited by Kevin Shillington, Routledge, 1st edition, 2004. Credo Reference.

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