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women on the "Women's Campaign Train for Hughes," i.e., Republican presidential candidate Charles Evans Hughes, 1916.
Women on the back of a train with the sign: "Women's Campaign Train for Hughes" (a presidential candidate in 1916)

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The National Park Service cares for over 400 parks, historic sites, seashores, trails, and more. Other important places include those listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Many places on the National Register are affiliated with women’s history. This website offers information about how to visit these places in person or digitally explore using interactive tools like StoryMaps.

Discover the stories of women like Mary Ann Shadd Cary, an African American activist, writer, teacher, and lawyer, or Ruth Asawa who went on to become a sculptor after she was forcibly interned during World War II at the Rohwer War Relocation Center. Explore places associated with women--some famous and some lesser-known--who made outstanding achievements in fields such as art, science, education, business, industrial design, civil rights, philanthropy, medicine, and many other endeavors.

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Last updated: April 10, 2019


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