National Collaborative for Women’s History Sites

Let's put women's history sites on the map!

The National Collaborative for Women’s History Sites (NCWHS) is a non-profit that supports and promotes the preservation and interpretation of sites and locales that bear witness to women’s participation in American life. The Collaborative makes women’s contributions to history visible so that all women’s experiences and potential are fully valued.

View our newly released “National Votes For Women Trail” database! If you would like to add to our growing list of sites, please complete this form.  If you need assistance completing the form, see our tutorial.

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Messenger-Inquirer: Groups gearing up for suffrage centennial

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From: https://www.messenger-inquirer.com/news/local/groups-gearing-up-for-suffrage-centennial/article_c3410dd0-1b5e-5e6d-89ca-a0750dea2319.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=user-share   Never, ever give up if you are on the path to righteousness Marsha Weinstein said Sunday during the Women's Equality Day event at the Owensboro Museum of…

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National Votes for Women Trail

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Votes for Women National Trail In honor of the August 26, 2020 centennial celebration of women’s suffrage in the United States, NCWHS is leading the effort to develop a National…

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National Trust for Historic Preservation

National Trust for Historic Preservation and Collaborative Partnership

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The National Trust for Historic Preservation has entered into a partnership with the National Collaborative for Women’s History Sites to identify, save, and educate the public about American women’s history through women’s sites. Our…

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Frances Willard House

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Frances Willard (September 28, 1839 – February 17, 1898) was an American educator, temperance reformer, and women's suffragist. Willard became the national president of Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) in 1879, and remained president until her death in…

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Monumental Women’s Statue Fund Announces Redesigned First Statue of Real Women in Central Park, Featuring Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Sojourner Truth #monumentalwomen https://t.co/Eix4tB4S0O

#Volunpeers, meet your suffragist! Take our challenge to complete 1000 suffrage pages by Aug. 19 and help uncover the lives of these iconic women. #Suffrage100 https://t.co/YSDUeFe8LZ

National Votes for Women’s Trail Marker to Honor Kentucky Suffragist Josephine Henry https://t.co/pUlZorqpXK

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New Jersey residents will be able to celebrated Alice Paul Day on her birthday, Jan. 11, 2020, a century after the Mount Laurel native helped spearhead
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A Centennial Celebration of Suffrage: After a half-century of short-lived victories and galling setbacks, the women of Washington finally won the right to vote — permanently — on Nov. 8, 1910.
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Lowell National Historic Park Event - August 24
Wellness on the Walkways: Women's History Hike
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On March 3, 1913, thousands of women took to the streets of Washington to fight for their right to vote. The Women's Suffrage Parade was the first mass protest for a woman's right to vote on a national scale, with activist Inez Milholland riding at the helm. By 1913, women’s rights act...