Montana women won the right to vote in 1914, six years before the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment. This website from the Montana Historical Society has been created to honor that centennial, featuring over 130 articles from The Magazine of Western History, over 100 blog entries, and a plethora of bibliographies, oral histories, educator resources, and photographs. The material available here spans centuries as well as topics and blog posts describe fascinating individuals such as American Indian journalist, Minnie Two Shoes. The Exhibits & Multimedia section is well worth a look as it highlights five related online exhibits at the University of Montana, Missoula, such as "A History of the UM Home Economics Department." Visitors will also be happy to note that the Montana Historical Society Press plans to publish a book based on the content here sometime in the fall of 2015.