Women in History III

women's history trivia

 

She's not related to Mahatma, but she is the first and only female prime minister of India - The Iron Lady of India:
Indira Gandhi
Benazir Bhutto
Mother Teresa
Anandi Gopal Joshi

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Not only was she the first woman figure skater to wear a skirt above her knee, but this Norwegian figure skater also won gold medals in three Olympic Games, 10 world championships, and six European championships before starring in multiple movies:
Sonja Henie
Peggy Fleming
Dorothy Hamill
Kristi Yamaguchi

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A nurse during the American Revolution, she established the American Red Cross in 1881:
Clara Barton
Dorothea Dix
Susan B. Anthony
Florence Nightingale

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She recovered from childhood polio to win three gold medals in the 1960 Olympic Games:
Wilma Rudolph
Althea Gibson
Florence Griffith Joyner
Jackie Joyner Kersee

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One of the richest women in the world, she is the co-founder of a global beauty brand that includes brands such as Bobbi Brown and Clinique:
Estee Lauder
Coco Chanel
Donna Karan
Elizabeth Taylor

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She was arrested for indecency for wearing a "revealing" one-piece swimsuit while fighting for rational dress in the sport of swimming:
Annette Kellerman
Esther Williams
Kathrine Switzer
Annie Edson Taylor

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The oldest of four children, she and her brother Felix are both pianists and composers:
Fanny Mendelssohn
Joan Tower
Ethel Smyth
Amy Beach

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The mother of Jesus, venerated by both Christians and Muslims, she may be the most famous woman in history:
The Virgin Mary
Mary Magdalene
Saint Anne
Mother Teresa

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