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March is National Women’s History Month, a time for reexamining and celebrating the wide range of women’s contributions and achievements. The U.S. Government Printing Office offers for sale many publications of interest to women, covering health, education, the arts, employment, business resources, and the military.

Women in Congress, 1917-2006 (Paperbound)

Publisher: House, Committee on House Administration

Description: Women in Congress, 1917-2006 is the most comprehensive source available on the 229 women who have served in U.S. House of Representatives and Senate-from the first woman elected to Congress, Jeannette Rankin of Montana, to the new Members of the 109th Congress. The book covers the remarkable story of congressional women. Includes photographs. Indexed.

Year/Pages: 2007: 1015 p.; ill.

Price: $40.00 Add To Cart

First Ladies (Clothbound)

Publisher: White House Historical Association

Description: Presents a one-page biography, along with color portraits, for all but the last two First Ladies. The last two are presented in photographs. Cloth.

Year/Pages: 2001: 96 p.; ill.

Price: $8.00 Add To Cart

Clara Barton: Clara Barton National Historic Site, Maryland

Publisher: Interior Dept., National Park Service, Division of Publications

Description: Describes the life and times of Clara Barton. Provides a guide to the Clara Barton National Historic Site and related National Park Service sites. Paperback.

Year/Pages: 1998: 80 p.; ill.

Price: $12.00 Add To Cart

American Women: A Library of Congress Guide for the Study of Women's History and Culture in the United States

Publisher: Library of Congress, Humanities and Social Sciences Division

Description: Designed to introduce researchers to the opportunities for discovering American women's history and culture at the Library of Congress. Covers textual sources, films, sound recordings, prints and photographs, and other audio or visual material. Intended for academics, advanced graduate students, genealogists, documentary film makers, set and costume designers, artists, actors, novelists, photo researchers, and general readers. Paperback.

Year/Pages: 2001: 459 p.; ill.

Price: $24.80 Add To Cart

Women in the Labor Force: A Databook

Publisher: Labor Dept., Labor Statistics Bureau

Description: Presents historic and current labor force and earnings data for women and men from the Current Population Survey. Paperback.

Year/Pages: 2005: 89 p.

Price: $3.25 Add To Cart

United States Army in World War II: The Women's Army Corps (Hardcover)

Publisher: Defense Dept., Army, Center of Military History

Description: Discusses the experience of female soldiers both at home and overseas as their new Corps struggled against tradition and administrative hurdles. Cloth.

Year/Pages: 1954: 841 p.; ill. repr.

Price: $62.00 Add To Cart

Free a Marine to Fight: Women Marines in World War 2

Publisher: Defense Dept., Navy, Marine Corps, Marine Corps Historical Center

Description: Marines in World War 2 Commemorative Series. Discusses how women Marines served in noncombat billets during World War 2. The title “Free a Marine to Fight” means that women Marines served in noncombat jobs so that more male Marines could participate in combat. The Marines first began to recruit women after the Guadalcanal campaign in 1942. As of June 1945, 17,672 women were serving in the Marine Corps Women's Reserve. Paperback.

Year/Pages: 1994: 41 p.; ill.

Price: $1.60 Add To Cart

Workforce 2000: Work and Workers for the 21st Century

Publisher: Labor Dept., Employment and Training Administration

Description: Predicts trends for the next 15 years and discusses policy issues. Recognizes six challenges: stimulating world growth; improving productivity in the service industries; improving the dynamism of an aging workforce; reconciling the needs of women, work, and families; integrating Blacks and Hispanics fully into the workforce; and improving workers' education and skills. Paperback.

Year/Pages: 1987: 145 p.; ill.

Price: $6.50 Add To Cart

Integration of the Armed Forces, 1940-1965 (Paperback)

Publisher: Defense Dept., Army, Center of Military History

Description: Discusses the evolution of the services' racial policies and practices between World War II and 1965 during the period when black servicemen and women were integrated into the Nation's military units. 1981. Paperback.

Year/Pages: 1981: 647 p.

Price: $34.00 Add To Cart

Fertility of American Women: June 2004

Publisher: Commerce Dept., Economics and Statistics Administration, Census Bureau

Description: Describes fertility patterns of American women 15 to 44 years old in 2004. Paper.

Year/Pages: 2005: 14 p.

Price: $2.75 Add To Cart

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