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Technical Services Librarian
Minnesota Dept. of Transportation Library
This is GREAT. I totally agree with you, it's really cool and interesting.
You may not get everyone's attention, but got mine.
I like the timetable and the fact that you can also click on all entries
on the timeline at the bottom to get all info in one document. The link to
the women legislators bio is also very handy. I think it will be
especially helpful for researchers in women's studies and for students
doing history projects.
Eddie Weeks, Legislative Librarian, Tennessee Legislature
That is _wonderful_. Excellent information presented in an excellent manner.
Kristin Ford, Legislative Librarian, Idaho Legislature
Nice work, Minnesota librarians! You always inspire! :)
Molly Otto, Legislative Librarian, Colorado Legislature
The timeline is an interesting and valuable resource. Good job!
Shirlee A. Sherkow
Research Analyst, Minnesota Department of Transportation
I think it is really great and I have used it to look up many of the women that I know, past and present, in the legislature.
Kathy Fredette, Director
Lake Agassiz Regional Library - Moorhead
Deborah L. Miller
Minnesota Historical Society
The timeline looks great, and the well-organized essays on certain laws (and especially their links to sources!) will be a
big help to Minnesotans and others interested in women's history and the laws directly affecting us. Congratulations to you and your staff for a job well done.
Shelley Day, Legislative Librarian, Utah Legislature
As always, your projects are amazing!
Dennis P. Skrade
Head of Technical Services
Minnesota State Law Library
Well done! This is a very easy to use piece of information and an example of what libraries are capable of doing.
Perpich Center for Arts Education Library
I will definitely share this with social studies teachers at the Arts
High School and school library colleagues in August. Thanks for sharing
this very useful information.
This is so interesting- the little bit of legislation early in the
century, the huge gap and then flurry of activity in the 70s- 90s. It
shows that when we get organized, we can have an impact. In my work today
many people think women have achieved equity. Sadly, the facts show a
different story. This is an excellent educational piece.
Minnesota Legislative Reference Library, 645 State Office Building, Saint Paul, MN 55155