The story of an enslaved Native woman caught up in the Salem witch hysteria.
The story of a nonbinary and nonconforming preacher in colonial New England.
This portrait shows how free Black women in Spanish Louisiana turned an oppressive law into a celebration of individuality and culture.
These excerpts from Milcah Martha Moore’s textbook reveal the tennets of an eighteenth-century Quaker education.
This skillfully painted hide demonstrates the craft and artistry of Quapaw women, and provides clues about the Quapaw’s relationship with French settlers and neighboring tribes.
Puritan leader Cotton Mather gives young women advice on appropriate dress and behavior.
The story of a Revolutionary era woman who became an American legend.
The story of an activist and composer who fought tirelessly for Native American rights and citizenship. A companion art activity accompanies this resource.
The story of a brilliant and prolific MIT-trained chemist who fought for healthier homes and communities through the home economics movement.
The story of America’s first self-made Black female millionaire and how she built a beauty empire that celebrated and empowered Black women.