Educational Resources

We often receive requests from educational groups, teachers, instructors, and others looking for curriculum ideas and other resources on women’s history and the historic National Woman’s Party collection. We will strive to keep the list below updated as we can offer additional resources to you.

Women, Their Rights and Nothing Less – Newseum’s online module, provided by the American Association of University Women, on the Suffragist’s use of the press.

Women’s Rights: From Seneca Falls to Modern America Close Up Foundation’s unit plan for teachers.

A Woman’s Place is in the Sewall-Belmont House – National Park Service, Teaching with Historic Places lesson plans.

We are grateful to these collaborators for their work in providing additional information and materials to support education and greater understanding of women’s history.