Chronicles of American Women

Welcome to the National Women's History Museum's new and improved Chronicles of American Women. This section is to honor the lives and legacies of women, living and dead-those whose individual and collective contributions have enriched our lives. With stories and pictures you can create a lasting memorial to a special woman in your life.

Roll of Honor and Remembrance

The National Women's History Museum enables you to remember and thank the women who have helped to shape your life. It might be your mother, grandmother, aunt, sister, teacher, neighbor, or friend. Upon receipt of your donation and the name(s) of those you are honoring, their name(s) will be listed in the Roll of Honor and Remembrance. Browse the Roll of Honor…

Intern

The Museum is currently accepting resumes to consider for internships. NWHM Interns help to share in the Museum's administrative duties which might include researching and drafting articles for various women's professional magazines and newsletters, helping to draft press releases, help with database input and membership fulfillment and membership correspondence. NWHM gladly welcomes interns whose Universities or Colleges allow them to do internships for scholastic credits. The Museum is happy to work with you and your professors to help you get the expertise and experience in the areas you need. Read more…

Volunteer

With all the work ahead, we need YOU to help us as a Volunteer! Please complete the Volunteer application and send it to our Administrative offices. Read more…

News

NWHM Legislation Passes Out of House Committ...

NWHM is pleased to announce passage today of the National Women’s History Museum bill in the H... [more]

Women Making Trouble

Recently in the news was the strong criticism by two experts on the Texas Board of Education to revi... [more]

Events

Julie and Julia

Seeing the wonderful new movie “Julie and Julia” about Julia Child, the famous cookbook ... [more]

We Need Your Help!

Word of NWHM is traveling fast! Theresa Buczek’s 6th grade class at Winburn Middle School in L... [more]