When considering the women’s suffrage movement, most Americans think of iconic national figures like Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony. However, the fight for the right to vote was by no means monolithic.
Title: "Votes for Women a Success: the Map Proves It"
Publisher: Licking Valley Courier, Vol. 6, No. 11, page 3 (via Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress.)
Date: November 11, 1915
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Announcing a new multi-media website, https://dsps.lib.uiowa.edu/mars-deepwater-gulf/ devoted to documenting and narrating the story of Royal Dutch Shell’s pioneering development of the Mars basin in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico (3,000 feet of water).
Boutier's article should read:
Boutier, Jérémy. “Les débuts de l'enseignement du droit à l'île Bourbon (1825-1837),” Outre-Mers: Revue d'Histoire. 2017 1st semestre, Vol. 105 Issue 394-395, p15-38.
Occidental College’s Media Arts & Culture Department (MAC) seeks a Visiting Assistant Professor of Emerging Media for a 1-year full-time, terminal appointment.
List member Frank Shulman has shared the sad news that Sharon Minichiello, retired from UHM History Dept., who served on NCC (North American Coordinating Council on Japanese Library Resources), has passed away.
An obituary can be found on H-Japan