Created as part of a commemoration of the hundredth anniversary of women’s suffrage in Montana, Women’s History Matters is designed to help the Montana Historical Society promote an increased appreciation and understanding of the role of women in the Treasure State’s past.
Explore this website to find
Bibliographies of manuscript collections, oral histories, government documents, pamphlets, magazine articles, videos and dvds, and published material
Over 130 articles published in Montana The Magazine of Western History to download and read
Information on oral histories, including what’s been collected and how to conduct your own
Website writers: Ellen Arguimbau, Ellen Baumler, Kayla Blackman, Maegen Cook, Laura Ferguson, Jodie Foley, Kate Hampton, Annie Hanshew, Jennifer Hill, Anya Jabour, Martha Kohl, Kirby Lambert,Mary Murphy, Natalie F. Scheidler, Ken Robison, Marcella Sherfy Walter
Montana Historical Society Women’s History Matters Committee: Ellen Baumler (interpretive historian), Jodie Foley (state archivist), Rowena Harrington (assistant registrar), Kate Hampton (community preservation coordinator), Molly Holz (director of publications), Kirby Lambert (director of outreach and interpretation), Delores Morrow (photograph archives manager)
Advisory Committee: Benjamin Clark (executive director, MonDak Heritage Center, Sidney), Anya Jabour (professor of history, University of Montana), Elizabeth Jameson (Imperial Oil and Lincoln McKay Chair, department of history, University of Calgary), Mary Murphy (professor of history, Montana State University), Diane Sands (community historian, Missoula), and Karen Stevenson (community historian, Miles City).