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Tag: History

One hundred women

Yesterday was a day of firsts for the United States government.  One hundred women were sworn into the House of Representatives and six women into the Senate.  The speaker of the house is also a woman… Nancy Pelosi.  The first Native American women, the first Muslim woman, the first Palestinian-American woman also joined the team.  One hundred years after some women were first granted the right to vote in 1918. Continue reading

Joan of Arc

Five hundred and eighty nine years ago today, at age 17, Joan of Arc fought in her first battle for the French against the English at Orleans during the Hundred Years’ War over who would rule France.  The French won that battle which was a big moment in the war and led to France regaining control of their country years later.  Joan went on to fight in more battles for her country and was eventually captured by the English army. Continue reading

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