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Women in American History by TOR 1 (Smith) at BBMS

Timeline created by HWWTOR1 in History
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Anne%20bradstreet1 Circa 1612: Anne Bradstreet's birth Soon after Anne Bradstreet was born, she immigrated to America in 1930 on the Arabella. She became a very famous poet, who wrote about life.
Pierce%20big%20pro Pocahontas' death. Pocahontas dies.
Anne%20bradstreet2 Anne Bradstreet's Death Anne died on September 16,1672 from an illness. Most people assume that it was tuberculosis. This was not the first time that she had tuberculosis.
Abigailadams Abigail Adams' birth Married to John Adams . A role model for women because she believed in rights for women. One of the rights was for education, and believed that slavery was evil.
Angelina grimke weld Angelina Grimke's Birth Angelina Grimke who was born to a prominent slaveholding family in Charleston,South Carolina. She invited the women and men from Philadelphia to join her in the campaign against slavery .
Sojourner truth Sojourner Tuth (Isabella Baumfree) Isabella Baumfree (later called Sojourner Truth) was born as a slave in New York in 1797.
8332 003 b6d7b520 Sacagawea helped Lewis and Clark with their expedition Sacagawea helped translate the Shoshone Indian language for Lewis and Clark . She helped finish the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
Sacagawea Sacagawea's date of death Sacagawea died with the honor of helping the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Her loyalty and bravery will be very admired throughout history.
Timeline Elizabeth Cody Staten is born
Mariamitchell Maria Mitchell Maria Mitchell was born on August 1st 1818. She died on June 28th 1889. She was the first woman astronomer. She discovered the Miss MItchell's comet in 1847.
520px eblackwell1905 Elizabeth Blackwell is Born Elizabeth Blackwell is born in England in 1821.
Emily%20elizabeth%20dickinson Emily Elizabeth Dickinson's Birth Emily Elizabeth Dickinson was a child who had many interests in Literature.
Frances willard Frances Willard's birth
220px elizabeth blackwell stamp Women's Medical College Founding Elizabeth Blackwell establishes a women's medical college in New York.
Sarahgrimke Sarah Grimke Sarah Grimke, the daughter of a slaveholding judge from Charleston, South Carolina was born on December 23,1873. Sarah and her sister Angelina both developed a dislike of slavery at an early age, and after moving to Philadelphia in 1819 they joined a group called Society of Friends . During the Civil War Sarah wrote and lectured in support of Abraham Lincoln . Sarah continued to work civil rights and women suffrage until her death on December 23,1873
Emilypost[1] Date of Emily Post's Birth Emily Post was born in Baltimore, Maryland to Bruce and Josephine Price. Emily was taught at home and was educated in Miss Graham's finishing school in New York, later she became a successful writer.
Jeannette rankin ww Hattie Ophelia Caraway Hattie died 12/22/1950. She was the first woman elected to the U.S. Senate, and she was a strong supporter of President Franklin. Ms. Caraway did not want to use the tax payers' money. She was a school teacher and was married to Thaddeus Horatius Caraway.
C000138 Hattie Ophelia Caraway First women elected to the U.S senate. She did not want to waste the taxpayers money. Caraway became the first woman to chair a Senate committee when she served as chair of the Senate Committee on Enrolled Bills from 1933 to 1944.Caraway spoke on the Senate floor so infrequently that she became known as Silent Hattie.
Pierce%20big%20pro Isadora Duncan Duncan is born.
Dunc isa Jeanette Rankin June 11, 1880 Jeanette Rankin was born.
481px helen kellera Hellen Keller's Birth Hellen Keller was born on June 27, at Tuscumbia, Alabama
Thumbnail 6.aspx Frances Perkins's Birth
Struth2 Sojourner Truth's Death Sojourner Truth died in the Fall of 1883 at the Battle Creek Sanitarium.
"I'm going home like a shooting star," she said soon before her death. More on Sojourner Truth
Emily%20elizabeth%20dickinson Emily Elizabeth Dickinson dies Emily Elizabeth Dickinson died with the honor of improving the Arts of Literature.
Timeline Emily Elizabeth Dickinson's Date of Death
Amelia%20earhart1 Amelia Earhart's birth Amelia Earhart was born on July 24, 1897. She was the 16th woman to own a pilot license. She was also the irst woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean in 1928. However, she later disappeared.
Y%20margaret%20mead Margaret Mead Date of Birth Margaret Mead was born on December 16, 1901 as the first of five children. Britannica Source
Mcclintock 1 sized Barbara McClintock Was Born Barabara McClintock was born in Hartford, Connecticut in the June of 1902 More On Barbara McClintock
Timeline Elizabeth Cody Staten dies
Thumbnail 4.aspx Grace Murray Hopper's Birth
Timeline Rachel Carson
Pierce%20big%20pro Virginia Apgar Apgar was born.
Elizabeth blackwell Elizabeth Blackwell's Death Elizabeth Blackwell died of a stroke in East Sussex on May 31.
Juliachild Julia Child's Birth Julia Child is born in 1912 at Pasadena, Caslifornia
Rosaparks Rosa Parks' birth Rosa Parks was born in Tuskegee, Alabama. Britannica
Madam%20cj%20walker2 Madam C.J. Walker's Death Madam CJ Walker died on May 25th, 1919 from yellow fever and kidney failer.
Margaret%20burbridge1 Margaret Burbidge's birth Margraet Burbidge was born on August 12, 1919. Later in life, she married an astronamer, Geoffrey Burbidge. With her husband at her side, nuclear physicist, William A. Fowler, and an astrophysicist, Fred Hoyal, she better understood of how elements are formed by nuclear reactions in stars.
Dunc isa Isadora Duncan Duncan dies.
Timeline Amelia Earhart was the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Amelia was the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean
Timeline Anne Bradstreet immigrated to the US Anne immigrated to the US in 1930 in the Arabella.
Amelia%20earhart3 Amelia Earhart's Disapearance Amelia disapeared right before her flight across the Atlantic Ocean in 1937.
Mad%20albright Madeline Albright's Birth Madeline Albright was the first female woman to become a United States Secretary of State. She was appointed by U.S President Bill Clinton on December 5,1996
16234164 640x385 letterboxed 5 Joan Baez's Birth Joan Baez was born on January 9th 1941. She is still alive today at age 71. She was a famous folk singer.
Emily post 9445093 1 402[1] Catharine A. Mackinnon's Birth She was against sexual harassment she believed that sexual harrassment is sex discrimination and pornography is a civil rights violation.
Margaret%20burbridge2 Margaret Burbridge was rejected for a job In 1947, Maragret was rejected for a Carnegie Fellowship at Mt.Wilson observatory because women could not work there. Therefore, she pretended to be her husband's assistant and ended up developing a better understanding of how elements are formed by nuclear reactions in stars.
0312 hillary clinton un women full 600 Hilary Rodham Clinton's Birth Hilary Clinton was born on October 26 1947. She is still alive today at age 65.
300.winfrey.oprah.lc.111109 Oprah Winfrey Oprah Winfrey was born on January 29th 1954. She is till alive today at age 57. She was the first black woman to host a national television show and own a production company.
220px sonia sotomayor in scotus robe[1] Sonia Sotomayor's Birth Sonia Marie Sotomayor was born on June 25, 1954, in Bronx. Her parents were Juan and Celina Sotomayer. Soina got degrees form Princeton, and Yale university; she went on to be a Justice of the Supreme Court.
Timeline Condeeleza Rice's Birth
Timeline Martha Navratilova She was a tennis player and she became the most dominant player in women's tennis. She won 167 top level single titles and 177 double titles.
Pierce%20big%20pro Ellien Collins is born
Emily post 9445093 1 402[1] The death of Emily Post Emily Post died on September 25, 1960, as a very successful writer.
Masteringtheartoffrenchcooking1edcover Julia Child's Publication The first volume of Julia Child's collaboration 'Mastering the Art of French Cooking' is published in 1961. The two other contributers were Simone Beck and Louisette Bertholle.
Jackie%20joyner%20kersee1 Jackie Joyer-Kersee Jackie was born on March 3, 1962. She became a very good athlete, and ranked among all time greatest athletes in the heptathon and long jump.
First lady michelle obama official portrait 2009 hires Michelle Obama Michelle Obama was born on January 17, 1964. She is still alive at age 48. She is the wife of the 44th president Barack Obama and is the first African-American First Lady.
Thumbnail 7.aspx Frances Perkins's Death
Madam%20cj%20walker1 Madam C.J. Walker's birth Madam C.J. Walker was born on December 23, 1967. She was enterpreneur who built an empire for hair products for black women. She also gave lectures on black issues at conventions for WWI.
Hellen keller circa 1920 Hellen Keller's Death Hellen Keller died in January 1968 at age 87.
Hellen%20keller Helen Keller's Death More On Helen Keller
Helen Keller died June 1st at Arcon Ridge, a few weeks before her 88th birthday.
Timeline Mia Hamm Hamm scored more international goals in the history of U.S. soccer and she was the yongest American woman to win a World Cup. On May 22 she broke the alll time record with her 108th goal.
Pierce%20big%20pro Jeanette Rankin Jeanette Rankin died on May 18, 1973.
Pierce%20big%20pro Virginia Apgar Apgar died as a very proud woman.
Mead with stick sm Margaret Mead Date of Death Margaret Mead died in New York. Britannica Source
Thumbnail 5.aspx Grace Murray Hopper's Death
Barbaram Barbara McClintock's Death Barbara McClintock dies at age 90 on September 2, 1992.
Michelle obama fashion 1 Michelle Robinson Marries Barack Obama On October 3rd, 1992 Michelle Obama, whose maiden name was Robinson, got married to Barack Obama who in 2008 became the 44th president of the United States.
Rosa%20paks%20on%20the%20bus%20 Rosa Parks involvement in the Civil Rights Movement A major cause of the Montgomery Bus Boycott was the defiant action of Rosa Parks who, when riding a city bus, refused to give over her seat to a white male passenger. Even after interference from the bus driver, Rosa would not leave her seat. Since it was the law that blacks must give their seats to whites, Rosa was taken to jail. The courageous action of this one black women would serve as a major impetus for the Civil Rights movement.
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Timeline Eillen Collins Collins made history again by being the first woman astronaut to command a shuttle.
Julia child beef bourguignon Julia Child's Death More On Julia Child
Julia Child died on August 13th, 2004 in Santa Barbara.
Julia child at kuht Julia Child's Death Julia Child died on August 13, in 2004.
E%20rosa%20parks Rosa Park's Date of Death Rosa Parks died October 24, 2005 in Detroit, Michigan. She is known as "the mother of the civil rights movement" as well as " the first lady of civil rights". Britannica
National statuary hall collection Hellen Keller's Statue Hellen Keller's statue is added to the National Statuary Hall Collection.
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Circa 1595: Pocahontas' Birth Pocahontas birth.

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Circa 1610: Pocahontas marries an indian named Kocoum. Pocahontas marries an indian named Kocoum.

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Circa 1614: Pocahontas marries an Englishman named John Rolfe. Pocahontas marries an englishman named John Rolfe.

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Sacagawea's Contribution The Lewis and Clark Expedition was from the Mandan-Hidatsa villages in the Dakotas to the Pacific Northwest. Through all this trouble, Sacagawea always guided and helped Lewis and Clark understand the Shoshone Indian language. Therefore, she is one of the most admired women in history.

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Circa 1788: Sacagawea's Birth Sacagawea was a Shoshone Indian woman who, as interpreter, traveled thousands of wilderness miles with the Lewis and Clark Expedition,

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Emily Elizabeth Dickinson's Contribution Emily Dickinson was an American lyrical poet who lived in seclusion. She commanded a brilliance of style. She also commanded integrity of vision. Dickinson is widely considered to be one of the two leading 19th-century American poets. She sacrificed her time to help improve the the Arts of Literature.

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"Miss Mitchell's Comet" Circa 1847, Maria Mitchell found "Miss Mitchell's Comet". She won a gold prize that was presented to her by King Fredrick VII of Denmark.

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Sojourner Truth's Famous Speech Sojourner Truth gave her famous speech 'Ain't I A Woman?' in December, 1851 at the Womens Rights Convention in Akron, Ohio. More On Sojourner Truth

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Circa 1895: Isadora Duncan Isadora Duncan and her family move east for her career.

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Margaret Mead's Thoughts As an anthropologist, Margaret Mead was a role model to women and she encouraged them to pursue professional careers while also supporting their roles as moms. Britannica Source

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Circa Jeanette Rankin Rankin graduates from the Univrsity Of Montana.

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Emily Post becomes an author In 1904 Emily Post published her first novel, in 1909 her non-fiction book was on the bestsellers list. in 1922 she published her book on etiquette: The Blue Book of Social Usage.

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Jeanette Rankin becomes the first woman to serve in U.S. Congress

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Virginia Apgar Apgar graduated fourth in her class at Columbia University college in 1933.

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Virginia Apgar Apgar made a scoring system for newborns.

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Joan Baez starts her music career In 1960, Joan Baez started her music career. Today she is still in her music career.

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Joan Baez's albums go gold Circa 1963, Joan Baez's First 3 albums-"Joan Baez", "Joan Baez Vol.2", and "Joan Baez in Concert" go gold. They stayed on the charts for 2 years.

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Circa 1980: Eilleen Collins Collins marries Pat Young.

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Barbara McClintock's Contribution More On Barbara McClintockBarbara McClontock was the fisrt woman to win a Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1983

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Sonia Sotomayor's Contribution Sonia Sotomayor became the U.S. Justice of the Supreme Court on October 7, 1998- August 9, 2009. She was nominated by Bill Clinton.

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Oprah Winfrey becomes a billionare Oprah Winfrey became a billionare at age 50 with $1.1 billion.