Welcome to the second instalment of the carnival for Women's History Month. You can read Part I here.We start with a piece from Millicent and Carla Fran on Lady Mary Wortley Montagu and the Women's Coffeehouse
Ms Magazine, which has been liveblogging Women's History Month, tells us about the ban on women smoking in New York in 1922.
Claire Jones tells us about the history of women filmmakers.Michelle Rafferty asks "Is God Woman's Greatest Nemesis?"
The Victorianist has a wonderful post about fashions of the 1870s.
Writing Women's History has a piece about, well, writing women's history.
Scientopia published a special guest piece for International Women's Day.
Pamela Freeman tells us about aviatrix Lores Bonney.
Left Foot Forward has an interesting piece about unsung heroine of the American civil rights struggle, Claudette Colvin.
Milena Popova writes about the women of Bletchley Park.
I also wrote a piece about the records of women criminals in NSW.
Thanks to Penny Richards, Katie Barclay, Ralph Luker, Lili Loofbourow and Sharon Howard for the nominations.
For more about the history carnival, go here.