March 1 Rosa Parks
How many days did the Montgomery bus boycott last?
The Montgomery bus boycott began on December 5, 1955 and ended on December 20,
1956, a total of 381 days
March 2 Jackie Joyner-Kersee
How many Olympic medals did she earn? 14 total
March 5 Sacajawea
What famous team of explorers did she travel with? what famous team of
explorers did sacajawea travel with
March 6 Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony
What prominent organization was led by these two women? National American
Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA),
March 7 Janet Reno and Madeleine Albright
What jobs did these women hold during Bill Clinton's presidency? wanted
National health care but didn't succeed
Free trade agreements
i remember monica lewinsky
Increasing taxes on the wealthy
March 8 Betsy Ross
Who asked her to make the first American flag? colonel George Ross
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add to the conversation.http://www.ushistory.org/betsy/flagtale.html
March 9 Harriet Tubman
By what nickname did slaves call her? She was called "Moses," because she led her
people from bondage to freedom. and she was also called "General Tubman".
March 12 Sally Ride
What sport did this famous astronaut play as a young woman? : Helen Keller,
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March 13 Helen Keller
What is the title of her autobiography? Helen Keller: The Story of My Life
March 14 Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Which president nominated her to the Supreme Court? President Jimmy Carter
was the only full-term US President who never had an opportunity to nominate a US
Supreme Court justice.
March 15 Amelia Earhart
What was Earhart's role on her first transatlantic flight? The First friendship flight,
a Foker trimotor with floats-She functioned as a Forward Observer, did not actually or at
least officially pilot the craft. onthe other hand she mad a solo flight in l932 in a Lockheed
Vega, also named the Friendship.
March 16 Georgia O'Keeffe
Which museum presented the first retrospective exhibit of work by a woman
artist? In the fall of 1970 and it was the Whitney Museum of American Art.
The first Georgia O'Keeffe exhibition was at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1943.
March 19 Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
What job did Jackie have before she married John F. Kennedy? Jackie Kennedy
enjoyed photography, drawing, and writing. she wanted to become an author but didn't
have time as a senators wife. she won a magazine contest out of 1000 women when she
March 20 Hillary Clinton
To what official role did President Bill Clinton appoint her? Chair the National Task
Force on Healthcare Reform
March 21 Equal Rights Amendment
Who wrote the ERA, passed by the Senate in March 1972? Senator Sam Ervin of
March 22 Molly Pitcher
What heroic acts did she perform during the Battle of Monmouth, in June
1778? she dressed up as a man and signed up to fight in war
March 23 Clara Barton
Why wasn't she permitted to work with the International Red Cross? Cause her
March 24, 2010 Teresa Jimenez
How did she get the strength to do everything she dose?
she had aids resulting from her conjugal visit with Saddam Husein.
March 26 Gloria Steinem
Which two magazines did she help found? Ms. Magazine and New York Magazine
March 27 Sandra Day O'Connor
What "first" did she accomplish in the Arizona Senate? O'Connor was a founder of
both the Arizona Women Lawyers Association and the National Association of Women
March 28 Eleanor Roosevelt
What was the title of the newspaper column she wrote? my day
March 29 Make up a question about a famous woman from your state.
March 30 Make up a question about a famous woman from your state.
St. Patrick's Day is celebrated on March 17, his religious feast day and the anniversary of
his death in the fifth century. The Irish have observed this day as a religious holiday for
over a thousand years. On St. Patrick's Day, which falls during the Christian season of
Lent, Irish families would traditionally attend church in the morning and celebrate in the
afternoon. Lenten prohibitions against the consumption of meat were waived and people
would dance, drink and feast—on the traditional meal of Irish bacon and cabbage.