And She’s Still Incredibly Cute - This is especially fun, since my husband's family knew the Gerber Family very well. Reading this puts you 3 degrees of separation away from them. :-D
June 17, 1865 Susan La Flesche Picotte born on the Omaha Indian Reservation, in northeast Nebraska. Picotte, the first Native American woman to become a doctor in the United States, was born in 1865 and grew up on the Omaha Reservation. She left in 1884 to attend the Hampton Institute in Virginia and later earned a medical degree at the Women's Medical College of Pennsylvania. She returned to the reservation and worked as a physician there until 1894. Working in private practice, she…
Alice Paul fue una de las mujeres que trabajaban en el siglo XX para los derechos de las mujeres a votar. Ella ayudó a encontrar fiesta nacional de la mujer .
Vesta Stoudt. The mom of two sons in the Navy during WWII, she worked in an ammunition plant. She had the idea to use cloth tape to seal boxes of ammo so they could be opened in seconds while keeping the ammo dry, potentially saving the lives of soldiers when time was critical. Her bosses rejected her idea and she went straight to President Roosevelt via a written letter. A few weeks later, she received a response that the Navy was going to “fast track” her idea, and thus duct tape was born.
Dra. Clelia Mosher - 1892 Dr. Clelia Mosher (1863-1940) era una mujer brillante y extraordinario que hizo desacreditando las demandas de la medicina victoriana con respecto a la fragilidad del cuerpo de la mujer el trabajo de su vida.