Women’s History Month & American History


As I’ve mentioned, you can’t explore America’s history without discovering the vital roles women played.. So with the help of this Hello Giggles piece, I urge you to go learn about eight influential indigenous American women. Here’s just a few:

  • Elizabeth Wanamaker Peratrovich helped past America’s first anti-discrimination law in 1945
  • Susan La Flesche Picotte first Native American woman to earn a medical degree
  • Lyda Conley Wyandot one of the first female Native American attorneys, and the first to “argue that Native burial grounds are entitled to federal protection.” Sound familiar?


You can read about others on Hello Giggles, here. Enjoy!

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