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Women of the 1920’s
Rachel, Gilly, Rebecca, alan
Women of the silver screen
She went to public schools in Chicago, key west, Florida and san juan.
Debuted in 1915 in “the fable at Elvira and fanning and the meal ticket”
march 27, 1899 – april 4, 1983
A young woman who showed distain for the conventional dress and behavior.
She professes to be decidedly shocked at the things they do and say
In 1922, Rebecca felton became the first women to serve in the u.s. senate
In 1923, alice Robertson became the first woman to reside over the house of representatives
The women's rights movement
House of representatives initially passes a voting rights amendment on January 10, 1918
On august 26, 1920, the 19th amendment was ratified
DOB: September 14, 1879 – September 6, 1966
Sanger Popularized the term “birth control”
Opened the first Birth control in the united states
Established Organizations that evolved into the planned parenthood federation of America
Jazz and blues vocalist Bessie Smith's powerful, soulful voice won her countless fans and earned her the title "Empress of the Blues.“
"Downhearted Blues," which was wildly popular and sold an estimated 800,000 copies
bought a custom railroad car for her traveling troupe to travel and sleep in.
The most famous female aviator
She was setting speed and distance records for male and female piolets