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Virtual Book Display: March Virtual Book Display

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 March is Women's History Month

Learn more about Women's History Month from The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

"It's all too easy to take our successes for granted. Knowing about International Women's Day and Women's History Month reminds us of the battles women had to fight to gain recognition for themselves and their past. Nothing is set in concrete; gains can be lost. Every new generation must remember and build on the struggle." -Ruth Rosen, "Why Women's History Month?"

Current Book Display

Abigail Adams
Almost Astronauts
Bold Women in Michigan History
A History of Women
Rising above: Inspiring Women in Sports
Women's Letters
African American Actresses
Daughters of Aquarius
Women and American Religion
Flapper by Joshua Zeitz
I Am Rosa Parks
The Girls Who Went Away
Women's Rights A Global View
A Woman for President
First: Sandra Day O'Connor