Last updated: April 26, 2023
What are StoryMaps?
StoryMaps are tools for digital exploration. They focus on places while telling a story. As you use a StoryMap, you can travel from one end of the country to another (digitally of course), while viewing photographs and reading stories. StoryMaps are a great way to travel without leaving your front door!
American Women’s Role in Education
Women have played a major role in shaping the American education system. As students, teachers, principals, administrators, and more, women have sought to learn and educate. The places in this StoryMap span from coast to coast and share just a few of the places associated with women’s education in the United States.
The StoryMap was produced in concert with National Park Service partners, including the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers.
StoryMap: Women and the African Diaspora
Discover the places associated with the movement of the African Diaspora.
StoryMap: The Underground Railroad
Explore the StoryMap to discover the important places associated with the Underground Railroad.
StoryMap: Women's Suffrage
Explore the StoryMap to discover the important places associated with the ratification of the 19th Amendment.
Places of American Women in Education
A SlideMap combines a slideshow with an NPMap, zooming in on points in the presentation. This new feature is currently in beta testing. Please email us.