Check out the Photo Gallery page for a slideshow of images from all areas of the site.
The Interactive Maps page showcases clickable graphics which bring up county specific information, such as how each county voted in the 1914 Suffrage Referendum. Maps produced in partnership with the Census and Economic Information Center (CEIC).
Click to visit the Online Exhibits page, which features exhibits from the University of Montana Archives and Special Collections in Missoula, MT. Learn more about subjects such as Greek Life, Home Economics, and Women in Montana Politics.
Going on a road trip this summer? Our guide to Museum Exhibits will lead you from Havre to Helena. Stop by Fort Benton and Cooke City to celebrate Montana women and support local museums.
The traveling exhibition “Leading the Way: Montana Woman Suffrage and the Struggle for Equal Citizenship” uses historic photographs, archival documents, and other rare materials to highlight Montana women’s role in fulfilling the promise of democracy in the United States. Click here to learn more.
The Streaming Video page links viewers to full-length videos online, including several posted by the Montana Historical Society and several from PBS Montana. Other videos include a tribute to Oshanee Kenmille and an interview with Linda Gryczan ofGryczan v. the State of Montana. Videos on the National Suffrage Movement are also included.