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If you have a more general question about women's history (questions such as, "how did the advent of birth control affect women's lives?" or "Where can I find biographical information about Gloria Steinem?"), then you should begin with a reference librarian, either at your school or public library. She or he will direct you to books and articles where you may find the information you seek. Even primary source material is often available in published form through your local library.
There are also many Web sites that treat general and specific topics in women's history. Here is a list of some internet resources that either provide general information on women's history or feature online primary sources: