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Women’s History Month

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Discover the stories of women who made their mark on Scottish history – from the medieval era through to the 20th-century with History Scotland's month-long celebration for International Women's Month.

Women’s History Month is a themed month on the History Scotland's website and social media which will run throughout March, featuring articles written by historians, curators, authors and museum professionals.

Highlights include:

We’ll be sharing these stories on the website and social media and are inviting everyone to get involved, telling us about their own heroines with the hashtag #womenshistorymonth

(images copyright Edinburgh City Libraries and Glasgow Women's Library)

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