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AtriaAtria is the home of the renowned collection, the International Archives for the Women's Movement. "Atria is an information center and archive where the history and cultural heritage of women, their organizations and their movements are collected, preserved and made available for study."
American Women Through TimeThis site offers two approaches for the study of specific time periods in American women's history--a timeline and research sources.
International Center for Research on WomenProvides an online library with a searching tool for ICRW's publications, which include: "reports, policy briefs, toolkits and position papers on a range of topics for researchers, policymakers, program implementers and others."
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