A history of women's achievement in America
(DVD)

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Published
New York : Distributed by Ambrose Video Publishing, c2006.
Format
DVD
Physical Desc
4 videodiscs (232 min.) : sd. col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Status
La Farge AV
DVD 305.40973 His
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Language
English
UPC
739815003141, 739815003158, 739815003165, 739815003172, 739815003189

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General Note
"Accessing extra documents: This DVD has historical documents, timeline, blackline masters, teacher's guide and lesson plans that can be displayed on-screen or printed out. To access these files, put this DVD in a computer with a DVD player. Quit the DVD software if it starts to play the disc. Navigate to this DVD and look in the folders labeled 'Extras.' The 'Documents' folder had PDF files. To view the files you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you do not have Acrobat Reader, you can download a copy for free a www.adobe.com. Double click on the files to open them"--Container insert.
General Note
"As seen on public television"--Container.
General Note
DVD extras include: teacher's guides and lesson plans, photo gallery, timeline, historical documents, blackline master quizzes.
Creation/Production Credits
Executive producers: William V. Ambrose, Aleen Dohra ; music by David Arkenstone ; Michael Ramsey, editor.
Participants/Performers
Presented by Donna Mills.
Description
"The unique and independent American woman: adventurer... pioneer... poet... mother... educator... artist... freedom fighter. 'A history of women's achievement in America' examines the 400-year history of American women's inspiring accomplishments and victories. Without the American woman's pioneering fortitude, the early colonies at Jamestown and Plymouth Plantation, would not have survived. Since then, millions of America's pioneering women have continued to push the frontier ever forward. Destined to play an essential role in the shapiing of the USA, the American woman forged an identity unlike any before her. That identity found a voice as she contributed to America's wealth of talent i nthe arts and sciences. American women led the fight to end slavery, limit corporate power and provide education for all, as well as protect the poor, disenfranchised and mentally unstable. All the while, these unique American women fought tirelessly for their own equal rights in education, employment and politics including their right to vote"--Container cover insert.
System Details
DVD.
Language
Soundtrack in English; subtitles available in English or Spanish, closed-captioned.
Citations
APA Citation (style guide)

Mills, D., Ambrose, W., Dohra, A., Meyer, R. C., Short, K., Henwood, T., Reeder, M., & Keasley, A. (2006). A history of women's achievement in America. New York: Distributed by Ambrose Video Publishing.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Donna. Mills et al.. 2006. A History of Women's Achievement in America. New York: Distributed by Ambrose Video Publishing.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Donna. Mills et al., A History of Women's Achievement in America. New York: Distributed by Ambrose Video Publishing, 2006.

MLA Citation (style guide)

Mills, Donna., et al. A History of Women's Achievement in America. New York: Distributed by Ambrose Video Publishing, 2006. DVD.

Note! Citation formats are based on standards as of July 2010. Citations contain only title, author, edition, publisher, and year published. Citations should be used as a guideline and should be double checked for accuracy.
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