General

National Women’s History Project
State by state guide to resources on women’s history. Also links to digital materials by state. 

American Women’s History Research Guide
State by state guide to resources on women’s history. Also links to digital materials by state. 

Pacific northwest

Women in Pacific Northwest History by Karen J Blair
Details on Dr Blair’s anthology, including how to order.

Wartime Portland

WOMEN WORKERS IN WWII

Fleeting Opportunities by Amy Kesselman
interviews conducted by the Northwest Women' History Project in conjunction with archival research analyzes the experience of women shipyard workers. 

Rosie the Riveter: Real Women Workers in World War II
Webcast, transcript and other resources from Library of Congress materials.

American Women’s History Research Guide – World War II
Links to journals, bibliographies, digital collections. Domestic and military service included.

WWII Shipyard Day Care
A graduate student reviews Kaiser daycare and asks for first-hand information for her dissertation.

Rosie Pictures: Select Images Relating to American Women Workers During World War II
Photographs from the Library of Congress.

Rosie the Riveter: World War II Home Front National Historical Park
A National Park memorial commemorating women shipyard workers, based in Richmond, California, home of the largest U.S. shipyard complex.