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Advancing Women in the Workforce

Two kids peering over a railing to look at weaving machines in a cotton mill

Lowell NHP

Weaving looms and other machines are reminders of the women factory workers that helped propel the nation through the Industrial Revolution.

Mural of Maggie Walker with the skyline of Richmond, Virgina

Maggie L. Walker NHS

Walker founded a bank and served as its president. She used her bank to provide economic empowerment to women.

A memorial for "Rosies"

Rosie the Riverter / WWII Home Front NHP

Explore and honor the efforts and sacrifices of American civilians on the World War II home front, including many women in the workforce.

A World of Water

sunrise with a lake and marsh

Voyageurs National Park

The park is 40% water with 30 named lakes. Fish there have great ecological importance and are very popular with park visitors.

trees and swamp

Colonial National Historical Park

The freshwater-to-brackish wetlands found within the park provide rich habitats for many marine fish and invertebrates.

Snorkels diving towards a reef

Biscayne National Park

Dive underwater to explore the Maritime Heritage Trail, seeing wildlife and shipwrecks along the way.