Reviews:


"...a gold mine for students writing research-based reports." --CD-ROM TODAY

"...substantial works that faithfully re-create history using primary source material.... chock-full of items most student researchers could never access, or cull, in physical format. From ...John Smith's Narative of Pocahontas to videotapes of Tony Morrison and a picture of the Georgia O'Keeffe plate from Judy Chicago's The Dinner Party, their resources are especially impressive when you imagine making the discs available in every junior/​senior high school and public library in the country, for which they are recommended." --LIBRARY JOURNAL'S CD-ROM REVIEW

"It is almost like visiting a museum on women's studies and being able to see everything there without getting sore feet or paying admission....There is really no end to the uses students could make of this outstanding CD-ROM."
--WILSON LIBRARY BULLETIN

"...a fascinating research tool for both students and the simply curious." --COMPUTER SHOPPER

American Journey: Women in America

General Editor: Elizabeth Frost Knappman. Advisory Board: Erica Bauermeister, Roslyn A. Bernstein, Richard Buel, Jr., Sandra Senior Dauer, Keith Dauer, Kathryn Cullen-DuPont, Nany Frazier, Cynthia Fuchs Epstein, Maurice Isserman, Christine A. Lunardini, Carl Rollyson, Carl Schneider, and Dorothy Schneider.

Harriet Tubman, who escaped slavery and returned repeatedly to the South to help others flee, was also a Union scout, spy and nurse during the Civil War and an ardent supporter of women's suffrage. (Library of Congress)

AMERICAN JOURNEY: WOMEN IN A AMERICA gathers letters, photographs, audio clips, and works of art into a database that offers students a wide-ranging tour through the history of women in America, from colonial times to the 1990s. Students who delve into this resource will meet writers, rebels, suffragists, pioneers, spies and slaves. Each of them--prominent or obscure--has an important and enlightening story to tell.

Labor union women on strike against Woolworth Department Stores in 1937. They won a forty-hour work week and a minimum weekly pay of $20.00. (Library of Congress)

My Works

My Works

A global and historical examination of women's role in religion and religion's role in women's lives
An examination and analysis of this modern form of slavery
An anthology of women's voices
The most recent edition of this award-winning encyclopedia
Four centuries of women's legal history in America in one volume
The compelling story of women's struggle to win the vote
An award-winning biography for young adult readers
With an introduction by Kathryn Cullen-DuPont
Contributor to:
Two hundred trials, from the Salem Witchcraft trials to Rodney King; Kathryn Cullen-DuPont, contributing author
The award-winning CD-ROM project; Kathryn Cullen-DuPont, advisory board member and contributing author