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March Virtual Display

This guide is meant to be a digital display of resources for Women's History Month.

What is Women's History Month?

"National Women's History Month is an American observance held during the month of March to recognize and celebrate women's contributions to culture, history, and society. It grew from International Women's Day, a global celebration of women's achievements celebrated each year on March 8, and the Women's History Week celebration, which was first held in Sonoma County, California, in 1978. In 1987, US Congress officially established the month of March as Women's National History Month." - Salem Press Encyclopedia

A Guide to the Guide

Throughout this guide you will find resources on Women's History (mostly in the United States) ranging from books and film to podcasts and websites. These resources will come from within McQuade Library as well as outside of the Merrimack College community. Please feel free to email Librarian Gabby Womack (womackg@merrimack.edu) with any information you think would be great to add to this guide.