National women's history project

March 1998
Mothering;Mar/Apr98, Issue 87, p32
Presents the National Women's History Project as the information clearinghouse for the 150th anniversary of the Women's Rights Movement. Address of the Website; Giving away of a free `Women's History Catalog.'


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