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INTRODUCTION

Women have been involved in business and industry throughout history. In the United States, the nature of women's involvement in the workforce has changed over time affected by such events as industrialization, wars, and changes in societal norms. This research guide highlights primary and secondary sources that reveal women's involvement in business, industry, commerce, and entrepreneurship across United States history. For questions or further information, please Ask a Business Librarian.

"Lean In": A Guide to Resources about Women in Business and the Workforce

February 2018

Table of Contents

Introduction
General Publications and Reports
Notable Business Women and Entrepreneurs
Manuscript Collections
Internet Resources
LC Subject Headings

 

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