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Curriculum website and learning experience made possible through a grant from

 


This program is supported as part of the Dutch Culture USA program by the Consulate General of the Netherlands in New York. 


Generous support also provided by the Marie and John Zimmermann Fund.

This curriculum is sponsored in part by the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Eastern Region Program, coordinated by Waynesburg University.

Lead support for New-York Historical’s teacher programs provided by


With additional support from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.


Lead support for the scholarly programs of New-York Historical’s Center for Women’s History provided by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Education programs are made possible through endowments established by National Endowment for the Humanities, The Hearst Foundations, and The Peter Jay Sharp Foundation.

Public funds are provided by Institute of Museum and Library Services, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer, and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

Education programs at New-York Historical receive generous support from Gillian V. and Robert Steel, the Pine Tree Foundation of New York, the Altman Foundation, the Hearst Foundations, Inc., the Rice Family Foundation, Alan Shuch and Leslie Himmel, the Barker Welfare Foundation, Dan W. Lufkin, The Michael Tuch Foundation, and an anonymous donor.

Women & the American Story is produced by the Education Division of the New-York Historical Society

Project Director
Mia Nagawiecki, Vice President for Education

Project Manager
Lee Boomer, Manager of Education Special Projects

Writers
Early Encounters, Settler Colonialism and the Revolution, A Nation Divided: Allyson Schettino, Associate Director of School Programs
Modernizing America, Confidence and Crises, Growth and Turmoil: Leslie Hayes, Director of Education

Contributing Writers
Art Activities: Schuyler Schuler, Manager of Professional Learning; Daniel De Santis, Manager of Visual Arts Programs (former)
History @ Home Lesson Plans: Leslie Hayes, Director of Education; Lee Boomer, Manager of Education Special Projects; Samantha Rijkers, Citizenship Project Manager; Schuyler Schuler, Manager of Professional Learning; Marianne De Padua, Assistant Manager of Professional Learning
Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow
, Hudson Rising, The Vietnam War: 1945-1975, and Chinese American: Exclusion/Inclusion New-York Historical Society Curriculum Writer: Marjorie Waters

Project Assistant
Regan Loggans

Research Associates
Early Encounters, Settler Colonialism and the Revolution, A Nation Divided, Growth and Turmoil: Regan Loggans
Modernizing America: Tamar Rabinowitz, Ph.D.
Confidence and Crises: Akane Okoshi

Scholarly Advisors
Early Encounters: Susanah Shaw Romney, Ph.D., New York University
Settler Colonialism and the Revolution: Carol Berkin, Ph.D., CUNY Graduate Center
A Nation Divided: Barbara Krauthamer, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Amherst
Modernizing America: Nancy Woloch, Ph.D., Barnard College
Confidence and Crises: Kathy Peiss, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
Growth and Turmoil: Kirsten Swinth, Ph.D., Fordham University

Project Advisors
Valerie Paley, Ph.D., Senior Vice President, Chief Historian, and Director, Center for Women’s History 
Laura Mogulescu, Curator of Women’s History Collections, Center for Women’s History
Anna Danziger Halperin, Ph.D., Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Women’s History and Public History, New-York Historical Society
The Scholarly Advisory Committee of the New-York Historical Society Center for Women’s History
Nick Juravich, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History and Labor Studies, University of Massachusetts Boston

New-York Historical Classroom Materials Production Team
Albert Min, Web Manager
Eleanor Gillers, Supervisor of Rights & Reproductions
Dayna Bealy, Rights Clearance Coordinator
Jerome Tan, Web Manager (former)

Teacher Reviewer
Jennifer Stalec

Teacher Advisors
Early Encounters: John Carter, Valentine Edgar, Sarah Fischer, Ira Glasser, Aaron Hull, Aaron Johnson, Sari Rosenberg, Jennifer Stalec, Nina Wohl, Rachel Worrell
Settler Colonialism and the Revolution: Lise Brown, Tracy Garrison-Feinberg, Sari Rosenberg, Andy Scopp, Jennifer Stalec, Nina Wohl, Rachel Worrell
A Nation Divided: Teri Buch, Olivia Chase, Julia Clinton, Katie Dineen, Jeff Huggins, Mark Klarman, Sari Rosenberg, Andy Scopp, Jennifer Stalec, Kemy Wahpepah, Nina Wohl
Modernizing America: Barry Butters, John Carter, Noreen Coughlin, Dunja Froman, Ira Glasser, Kanene Holder, Aaron Hull, Mark Klarman, Sari Rosenberg, Jennifer Stalec, Nina Wohl
Confidence and Crises: Ira Glasser, Mark Klarman, Lisa Jane Shuman, Jennifer Stalec, Kathleen Walter, Nina Wohl
Growth and Turmoil: Julia Clinton, Noreen Coughlin, Katie Dineen, Jeff Huggins, Mark Klarman, Sari Rosenberg, Jennifer Stalec, Nina Wohl

Copy Editor
Ken Priester
Joyce Markovics

Translators
Early Encounters: Carmen del Camino Martínez, Reyes Rojas García, Eric Ruijssenaars, Anthony Stevens-Acevedo, Alan C. Taylor

New-York Historical Society Teen Leader Video Creators
Sabrina Barton, Sumaya Bouhbal, Kaylynn Chen, Mayanka Dhingra, Rachel (Axis) Familant, Talia Idelson, Sage Lattman, Jillian Louie, Arielle Moreau, Denizcan Ozdemir, Marissa Rivera, Astrid Weinberg

Special Thanks
Carol Berkin, Ph.D.
Jane Landers, Ph.D.
Kathleen Duval, Ph.D.
Emily Clark, Ph.D.
Laura Chmielewski, Ph.D.
Andrew Lipman, Ph.D.
Kimberly Gauderman, Ph.D.
Julie B. Greene
Agnès Vatican
Jennifer L. Morgan, Ph.D.
Dr. Wendy Martin, Ph.D.
Ramona Hernandez, Ph.D., Director, CUNY Dominican Studies Institute & Professor of Sociology
Anthony Stevens, CUNY Dominican Studies Institute
Carmen del Camino Martínez, Ph.D., Professor of Historiographic Sciences and Techniques of the University of Seville
Reyes Rojas García, Ph.D., Higher Technician of Archives at Archivo General de Indias
Michele Mitchell, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History, NYU
Mireya Loza, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Food Studies, NYU
Thomas A. Guglielmo, Ph.D., Associate Professor of American Studies, The George Washington University
Martha Jones, Ph.D.
Dierdre Cooper Owens, Ph.D.
Kellie Carter Jackson, Ph.D.
Andrew Lee, Ph.D., Librarian for History & Politics, NYU
Shawn Iwaoka, Collections Management Staff, Japanese American National Museum
Wendy N.E. Ikemoto, Ph.D., Associate Curator of American Art, The New-York Historical Society
Jen Manion, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of History, Amherst College
Leila Rupp, Ph.D., Associate Dean, Division of Social Sciences, Distinguished Professor of Feminist Studies, UC Santa Barbara
Kathleen DuVal, Ph.D., Bowman and Gordon Gray Distinguished Term Professor, UNC
Jane Landers, Ph.D., Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of History, Vanderbilt University
New York State Archives
David Martine
Sandra Trenholm
Manjula Raman
Talia Idelson
Victor Reyes
Mark Hayes
Anthony Schettino
Christina Schettino
Andrea Halvax
Andreia Wardlaw
Sarah Avery
Karen Hampton
Charisse Wu
Sarah Gordon, Ph.D., Curatorial Scholar in Women’s History, Center for Women’s History, New-York Historical Society
Jeanne Gutierrez, Curatorial Scholar in Women’s History, Center for Women’s History, New-York Historical Society
Lily Wong, Assistant Curator and Manager of History Exhibits, New-York Historical Society
Dominique Jean-Louis, Ph.D., Project Historian, New-York Historical Society
Livia Mann, Intern, Education Division, New-York Historical Society
Miles Mikofsky, Intern, Center for Women’s History, New-York Historical Society
Sarah Miller, Intern, Education Division
Eleni Broadwell, Intern, Education Division, New-York Historical Society
Alison Hong, Intern, Education Division, New-York Historical Society
Eugene McCabe, Intern, Education Division, New-York Historical Society
Malithi Perera, Intern, Education Division, New-York Historical Society
New-York Historical Society Library Staff

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