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Harriet Chalmers, una intrépida exploradora  Desde el siglo XIX se conocen muchas mujeres exploradoras que, en compañía de sus maridos, o bien solas, recorrieron las tierras inexploradas de todos los continentes. Se trata más de viajeras que contaron sus experiencias: Ida Pfeiffer en China; Mary Livingstone en África. Charlotte Canning, ayuda de cámara de la reina Victoria, que escribió sus experiencias en Calcuta; Lady Louisa Tenison que estuvo en España, Egipto, Siria, Petra, Beirut…

Harriet Chalmers, una intrépida exploradora Desde el siglo XIX se conocen muchas mujeres exploradoras que, en compañía de sus maridos, o bien solas, recorrieron las tierras inexploradas de todos los continentes. Se trata más de viajeras que contaron sus experiencias: Ida Pfeiffer en China; Mary Livingstone en África. Charlotte Canning, ayuda de cámara de la reina Victoria, que escribió sus experiencias en Calcuta; Lady Louisa Tenison que estuvo en España, Egipto, Siria, Petra, Beirut…

HOW TO GUIDE GIRL SCOUT BROWNIES ON BROWNIE QUEST IT?S YOUR WORLD ? CHANGE IT! A LEADERSHIP JOURNEY

HOW TO GUIDE GIRL SCOUT BROWNIES ON BROWNIE QUEST IT?S YOUR WORLD ? CHANGE IT! A LEADERSHIP JOURNEY

Alexandra David-Neel - Exploratrice française, première à rentrer dans Lhassa ville interdite du Tibet en 1924.

Alexandra David-Neel - Exploratrice française, première à rentrer dans Lhassa ville interdite du Tibet en 1924.

Martha Maxwell (1831–1881) was a self-educated naturalist and artist born in Pennsylvania who traveled to the Colorado Territory with the first wave of the Pike's Peak Gold Rush in 1860. She helped found modern taxidermy. Martha was the first woman to collect and prepare her own skins and mounts.

Martha Maxwell (1831–1881) was a self-educated naturalist and artist born in Pennsylvania who traveled to the Colorado Territory with the first wave of the Pike's Peak Gold Rush in 1860. She helped found modern taxidermy. Martha was the first woman to collect and prepare her own skins and mounts.

Para quem gosta de fazer e festinha em casa como eu, aqui vai algumas dikinhas bacanas de o que servir... Fica bem original e sem aquela car...

Para quem gosta de fazer e festinha em casa como eu, aqui vai algumas dikinhas bacanas de o que servir... Fica bem original e sem aquela car...

La accidentada vida marítima de Violet Jessop

La accidentada vida marítima de Violet Jessop

Violet Constance Jessop fue una camarera argentina que trabajó en los transatlánticos RMS Titanic y RMS Olympic y colaboró como enfermera en el buque hospital HMHS Britannic y sobrevivió a los tres naufragios.

Steal a Pencil for Me...on Netflix. A Holocaust Survival Film

Steal a Pencil for Me...on Netflix. A Holocaust Survival Film

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Renowned British military surgeon James Barry was a pioneer in his field and enjoyed a celebrated and highly-accomplished career for over 50 years. After his death in 1865, it was discovered that he was actually a woman named Margaret Ann Bulkley. Source

Renowned British military surgeon James Barry was a pioneer in his field and enjoyed a celebrated and highly-accomplished career for over 50 years. After his death in 1865, it was discovered that he was actually a woman named Margaret Ann Bulkley. Source

La ingeniera química Mary Sherman Morgan (1921-2004) nació un 4 de noviembre.

La ingeniera química Mary Sherman Morgan (1921-2004) nació un 4 de noviembre.

Viola Gregg Liuzzo (1925-1965) was the first white female civil rights activist killed during the American civil rights movement. She was horrified by the images of the “Bloody Sunday” voting rights march in Alabama in March 1965. Therefore, she traveled to Selma, saying the struggle "was everybody's fight". While shuttling marchers in her car, she was shot and murdered by a Ku Klux Klan member. One of four Klansmen in the car was Gary Thomas Rowe, Jr., who turned out to be an FBI informant.

Viola Gregg Liuzzo (1925-1965) was the first white female civil rights activist killed during the American civil rights movement. She was horrified by the images of the “Bloody Sunday” voting rights march in Alabama in March 1965. Therefore, she traveled to Selma, saying the struggle "was everybody's fight". While shuttling marchers in her car, she was shot and murdered by a Ku Klux Klan member. One of four Klansmen in the car was Gary Thomas Rowe, Jr., who turned out to be an FBI informant.

Liliuokalani - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Liliuokalani - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Tawakkol Karman, Winner of the Nobel Peace Price 2011 (together with two other women) "for their non-violent struggle for the safety of women and for women’s rights to full participation in peace-building work"

Tawakkol Karman, Winner of the Nobel Peace Price 2011 (together with two other women) "for their non-violent struggle for the safety of women and for women’s rights to full participation in peace-building work"

La Caja de Pandora: Historia de Vidas: Bessie Coleman la primera mujer...

La Caja de Pandora: Historia de Vidas: Bessie Coleman la primera mujer...

Nellie Tayloe Ross, on January 5, 1925, became the first female governor in the history of the United States.  She is among many Wyoming females who paved the way for women's rights today.  Cheyenne is famous for a lot of firsts, but the ladies in our history are our favorite.

Nellie Tayloe Ross, on January 5, 1925, became the first female governor in the history of the United States. She is among many Wyoming females who paved the way for women's rights today. Cheyenne is famous for a lot of firsts, but the ladies in our history are our favorite.

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.

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.