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LoC: Women’s History on Pinterest

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“March is designated as Women’s History Month and this year the National Women’s History Project has selected “Weaving the Stories of Women’s Lives” as the theme. To help commemorate Women’s History Month, the Library of Congress has created a Pinterest Board that offers a visual celebration of the diverse stories of women in the United States.” (Celebrating Women: Women’s History on Pinterest by Jennifer Harbster, Library of Congress Blog (March 17, 2015).)

  • Women’s History Month: Celebrating Women’s History Month with resources and items from the Library of Congress collections. Pinterest.

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