Friday Blogaround: Women's History Month Edition

This roundup brought to you by International Women's Day.

Some Women's History-related blogs:

Keri: Amazing Women of History with a post on Huda Shaarwi, Egyptian Feminist.

Melisande: Women of History writes on The Bones of Arsinoe IV

Women's History Network Blog with a post on Up in the Air: Women Flight Attendants and Equality

The Suffrage Wagon on Safiya Bandele's Performance of Ida. B. Wells.

Maggie: Women of American History Blog with a post on Madeline La Framboise: Native American Businesswoman

Shelby: Radical Women's History Project on Jessie de la Cruz

And here are some archival links of interest:

Brown University's Women Writers Project has full transcriptions of over 320 texts published between 1526 and 1850.

Chick History has the Civil War Diaries on Twitter, bringing you daily updates from the diaries of seven women who lived through the Civil War.

People With a History is a guide to online sources in LGBT*Q history.

The U.S. National Archives has your Pathfinder for Women's History.

The Atlantic Canada Virtual Archives has collections related to Loyalist Women in New Brunswick and The McQueen Family Letters.

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