Georgia O'Keeffe was an artist who was best known for her enlarged paintings of enlarged flowers, skyscrapers, and New Mexico landscapes. She is referred to as the mother or American Modernism. She attended the school for art of Chicago. After that she attended Art Students League of New York. She was known for her independent spirit and female role model.
Linda Coffee is an attorney who lives in Dallas, Texas. She is best known, along with Sarah Weddington, for arguing the precedent in the case Roe v Wade. Linda earned her bachelor of arts in German from Rice university. Linda was a member of the Women's Equity Action League. They work towards equal employment towards women. Linda and Weddington agreed to take a case to court which eventually put restrictions to abortion in Texas.
Carrie Chapman Catt was an American women's suffrage leader. she campaigned for the nineteenth amendment to the constitution. In 1920, she succeeded in making it legal for women to vote. She was the founder of the league of women voters and the International Alliance of Women. She was the most known woman in the early half of the
Bonnie Alexander was my grandma. She was the mother of my father and she was my first best friend. She was an amazing woman who my father tells countless stories about. She raised 6 children who she could hardly ever see because she had to work 24/7 just to put food on the table. She died on December 4 2014 at the age of 83. One day after her birthday December 3. She was a nurse who helped deliver babies. She helped my mother deliver my sister and I even though she was retired. She was amazing at card games, i remember i only ever beat her in checkers once, and even then no one in my family believed me. Before she died she had been crocheting me a blanket (she did it for everyone in the family) and my cousin finished it. She enjoyed nature and animals, and almost always had bird at the feeder, and fish in the fish tank. Plus two cats and a 120 pound dog. so even at age