FAQ

1. What is the National Women’s History Project?

The National Women’s History Project, founded in 1980, is a non-profit educational organization committed to recognizing and celebrating the diverse and significant historical accomplishments of women by providing information and educational materials and programs. To learn more about National Women’s History Project, click here.

2. How do I order using a Purchase Order?

Purchase orders need to have an authorizing signature and can be faxed to 707-636-2909
or mailed to:
NWHP PO Box 469
Santa Rosa, CA  95402

3. How long will it take to receive my order?

We ship within 3 business days, unless rush shipment is requested. Please use the drop down menu in selecting shipping.  The cost is determined by weight and distance.  For many orders using US Priority Mail is  often the least expensive.  We ship using the US Post Office (which can take an additional 3 business days for delivery) or Fed EX (which can take an additional 5 business days for regular delivery).  We also ship using Media Mail, which is less expensive, but can take up to 10 days business days for delivery.

4. What is the history of the National Women’s History Month?

To learn about the history of National Women’s History Month, click here

5. How can I contact the National Women’s History Project?

Please write, email or call us at:
730 Second Street #469
PO Box 469
Santa Rosa, CA 95402
707-636-2888 (phone)
707-636-2909 (fax)

Email: nwhp@nwhp.org

6.. What is women’s history?

Multicultural women’s history takes a bold new look at all that has gone before and tells the story of our shared past from a very different perspective. It does not rewrite history. Instead, women’s history presents an expanding version of history that recognizes and honors the accomplishments of women.

7.Where can I find information on the Women’s Rights Movement?

Click on the Women’s Rights Movement item from within the Resources menu.

8.. What is International Women’s Day?

Click here to learn about International Women’s Day.

9. What is Women’s Equality Day?

Click here to learn about Women’s Equality Day

10.. Can I use any of the content on this website?

The information on this website is © NWHP 2014, but users are invited to use any and all of our web content, as long as credit is cited to the National Women’s History Project.
www.nwhp.org.