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  • Women In Military Service For America Memorial
    On these pages you will find brief descriptions of women s contributions to the defense of the nation throughout history Click on the link at the bottom of this page to read about the women who served in and with the military services over time History Highlight offers thematic articles about individuals and events of particular historic significance Past Highlights are accessible through the History Archive We also offer a

    Original URL path: http://www.womensmemorial.org/H&C/History/history.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Women In Military Service For America Memorial
    ever growing list of several hundreds of servicewomen and veterans who have donated their stories Just as our online inventory changes and grows over time so does our Highlight Every three months you will get a chance to view a new Highlight featuring the story of one or more servicewomen or some of our oral history volunteers We also have essential oral history resources right here at your fingertips including consent forms biographical data forms a bibliography and useful links for oral history resources Read Oral Histories from the Women s Memorial Collection Jessie Ada Richardson Navy Women s Reserve WAVES Dr Caroline Avery Lester Coast Guard Women s Reserve SPARs Col Julia E Hamblet USMC Ret Director Women Marines Corinne Gogue Cook Air Force Ingrid M Duran Marine Corps CW3 Jacqueline Fitch Army The Women s Memorial Foundation officially launched the Oral History Program in Feb 2000 The collection includes narratives from all branches and all eras from WWI to the present Our holdings are as diverse as the women they represent and include the accounts of women who served as overseas volunteers with the American Red Cross the USO and the US Public Health Service Oral histories are

    Original URL path: http://www.womensmemorial.org/H&C/Oral_History/oralhistory.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Women In Military Service For America Memorial
    interesting facts then read in depth articles about women s military experiences including a special look at African American Native American Hispanic and Asian American servicewomen Historical FAQ Frequently Asked Questions Do you know when women first became POWs Learn the answer to this and other questions about military women s history here FAQ Frequently Asked Questions Find answers to common questions about the Memorial including topics like registration visiting

    Original URL path: http://www.womensmemorial.org/H&C/Resources/h&cresources.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Women In Military Service For America Memorial
    kit features word searches crossword puzzle flag exercises activity on needs versus resources comprehensive timeline suggested reading list as well as biographies of women who have served throughout the years starting with the American Revolution and ending with a prisoner of war from Desert Storm More activities lesson plans and learning tools are being developed to include specialized era specific tours for teachers and students While funding limits the number of available kits and until the final product is up on the web teachers are encouraged to request a kit by contacting the Public Relations Department at 703 533 1155 800 222 2294 or by e mailing hq womensmemorial org Teachers Help Us Help You Tell us what you want and need so we can create lesson plans activities and teaching materials to help you meet your Standards of Learning and give you NEW ways to teach the same old stuff Whether you ve been teaching for years or just starting out we want your input and the help of teachers who are willing to share their experience ideas and hands on knowledge of what students want and need how they learn and what works and what doesn t in

    Original URL path: http://www.womensmemorial.org/Education/just4teachers.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Women In Military Service For America Memorial
    payable in advance and children must be accompanied by an adult adult companions are free To reserve a space receive flyers or for more information on programs in this series please contact the Public Relations Department at 703 533 1155 800 222 2294 or by e mail at hq womensmemorial org The Women s Memorial is located at the ceremonial entrance to Arlington National cemetery Paid parking is available and the Memorial is Metro accessible via the Blue Line Arlington Cemetery stop Download a PDF Version of this Just 4 Kids Flyer Present Arms Saturday Oct 9 2004 2 4 PM What do stop signs the Statue of Liberty and the American flag have in common Find out at the Women s Memorial in October Learn about our use of symbols in everyday life and in the military Experience a new side of patriotism as we examine the creation and changes in the American flag and how these changes reflect our nation and its growth Discuss other national symbols of patriotism including our five military service flags and the feelings they evoke Create your own flag using colors shapes and textures and share its meaning Hunt Through History Saturday Nov

    Original URL path: http://www.womensmemorial.org/Education/just4kids.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Women In Military Service For America Memorial
    Women s History Month poster Patriotism Runs in the Family 2006 Women s History Month Poster The Foundation released our 2006 Women s History Month poster Military Women Building Nations Strengthening Communities Inspiring Dreams 2005 Women s History Month Poste r The Foundation released our 2005 Women s History Month poster Faces of Freedom Freedom s Defenders sometimes have a woman s face 2004 Women s History Month Poste r The Foundation released our 2004 Women s History Month poster Military Women Inspired Inspiring Highlights of Women in the Military A timeline detailing the distinguished history of America s military women from the American Revolution to the present day Did You Know Several short vignettes relating little known facts about women s service in defense of our nation Brief History of Black Women in the Military Reveals the largely unrecognized and unrewarded contributions of African American servicewomen from the early patriots to the women of today s modern military Breakthroughs for Black Military Women Traces the path of African American servicewomen to full military participation in timeline format Volunteering For Risk Black Military Women Overseas during the Wars in Korea and Vietnam Tells how African American military women demonstrated their willingness to accept the risks of serving overseas C hallenging the System Two Army Women Fight for Equality Discusses the struggle of a Women s Army Corps WAC private and her lawyer a former WAC officer whose 1952 challenge of a segregation law led the Interstate Commerce Commission to reverse the separate but equal policy which had been followed since 1887 Native American Women Veterans Highlights the contributions and sacrifices Native American women have made in defense of the nation from the American Revolution to the Spanish American War and from World Wars I and II to the present The

    Original URL path: http://www.womensmemorial.org/Education/edresource.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Women In Military Service For America Memorial
    lobbying for state donations to encouraging neighbors to register Anyone willing to volunteer their time to the Foundation can be a Field Rep however servicewomen past and present must be registered in the Memorial To become a Field Rep download and complete a Field Rep Application and Support Statement and send them to the Director of Field Operations at the Women s Memorial 200 N Glebe Rd Suite 400 Arlington

    Original URL path: http://www.womensmemorial.org/Volunteer/fieldrep.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Women In Military Service For America Memorial
    2010 47th Edition Spring 2010 46th Edition Winter 2010 45th Edition Fall 2009 44th Edition Summer 2009 43rd Edition Spring 2009 42nd Edition Winter 2009 41st Edition Fall 2008 40th Edition Spring 2008 38th Edition Winter 2008 37th Edition Fall 2007 36th Edition Summer 2007 35th Edition Spring 2007 34th Edition Winter 2007 33rd Edition Fall 2006 32nd Edition Summer 2006 31st Edition Spring 2006 30th Edition Winter 2006 29th

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