For over two decades scholars, educators, and visitors have been asking, “Why don’t we hear more about women’s stories at National Park sites Where are the women’s stories in the National Park Service?”

On December 10 and 11, 2012, through a partnership of the National Park Service and the National Collaborative for Women’s History Sites (NCWHS), more than fifty women and men from various backgrounds in history, archaeology, architecture, preservation and interpretation; from the National Park Service parks and programs; and from academic and professional organizations met to exchange views on women’s history and what must be done to emphasize that history in our national parks and through our National Historic Landmarks and National Register of Historic Places programs.

The workshop was hosted at the Sewall-Belmont House and Museum, by Executive Director and Vice-President of the NCWHS Page Harrington.

This publication is the final report on the NPS/NCWHS Women’s History Workshop.