When we talk about Women's History Month we think of Pocahontas and Sacajawea who helped the explorers of this country. We think of Abigail Adams and Dolly Madison who were on the forefront of the beginning of this country. We don't want to forget the great suffragists who worked for and won the right to vote for U.S. women. We are reminded of "Rosie the Riveter" and all the brave women of America who took over the "men's positions" in the factories. The production numbers of these women are still noteworthy to this day. We honor the women who took those brave first steps to serve and continue to serve in the military. The first scientists, teachers, humanitarians, politicians, the list continues as we look for role models to inspire and encourage us. Is there a scientist, teacher, or humanitarian who inspired you ? Share these women with my followers, audience, and me. Sh
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