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ELLIS ISLAND: IMMIGRANTS. - Group of women immigrants photographed at Ellis Island, early 20th century.. Fine Art. Britannica ImageQuest, Encyclopædia Britannica, 25 May 2016.
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  • American Women's History from Facts on File  Icon
    Covers the important people, events, legislation, and issues relevant to the study of women's history in the United States.
  • Biography in Context: Notable Women
    Covers the biographies of notable women throughout history.
  • Opposing Viewpoints In Context: Under the subject "feminism"
    Journal articles from academic sources as well as newspapers and magazines. "Feminism is both a concept and the name of a movement associated with that concept. In brief terms, feminism is the belief in the need to secure, or in the commitment to secure, rights and opportunities for women equal to those of men. The term also loaned itself to a movement determined to secure and defend equal rights and opportunities for women. The actual term feminism dates back to the 1880s and was coined in France. It migrated to Britain a decade later and came into usage in the United States in the years preceding World War I."
  • Global Issues in Context: Women, Children and Family
    Contains a group of topics that examine the many ways that society’s most vulnerable members are impacted within economic, social, political, and religious contexts. Topics covered range from Female Genital Mutilation to AIDS Orphans to Women and Poverty.
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