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Women in History I

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Who was the first female and longest-serving British prime minister of the 20th century, serving from from 1979 to 1990?

Margaret Thatcher
Elizabeth I
Elizabeth II
Theresa May

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This physicist was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize and the first person to win a second Nobel Prize. She ultimately died from health concerns associated with her work with radon. Who is this scientist?
Marie Curie
Rosalind Franklin
Ada Lovelace
Lise Meitner

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She challenged racial segregation, igniting the Montgomery, AL bus boycott:
Rosa Parks
Harriet Tubman
Coretta Scott King
Fannie Lou Hamer

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Her name is synonymous with pioneering modern nursing particularly in the military:
Florence Nightingale
Clara Barton
Virginia Henderson
Mary Seacole

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Eleanor of Aquitaine wasĀ married to two medieval kings. One was Henry II of England. The other was from this country:
France
Spain
Norway
Denmark

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As one of the most famous people in British history, her novels often explore marriage, status and social sensibility. Her work has been adapted into various movies, plays, and TVs. Who is this author?
Jane Austen
Mary Shelly
George Eliot
Virginia Woolf

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Mother to William and Harry, she is remembered for her charity work with banning landmines and those infected with HIV/AIDS:
Princess Diana
Princess Mary
Princess Grace
Princess Victoria

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An aviation pioneer, she was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic. Her plan disappeared on an attempt to fly around the world. Who is this pioneer?
Amelia Earhart
What was I thinking
Is heaven really calling
I can hear voices

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