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Juliette Gordon “Daisy” Low. Founder of the Girl Scouts of America. Birth Date and Place. Born: October 31, 1860 Place of Birth: Savannah, Georgia This is Daisy, at age 10. Problems with Hearing.

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Juliette Gordon “Daisy” Low

Founder of the Girl Scouts of America


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Birth Date and Place

  • Born: October 31, 1860

  • Place of Birth: Savannah, Georgia

  • This is Daisy, at age 10


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Problems with Hearing

  • Juliette had chronic ear infections as a child, and had lost the hearing in one ear. At the age of 26, she lost the hearing in the other ear when a grain of rice was accidentally thrown into her ear at her wedding.


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Contributions to Fame

  • Juliette was the founder of the Girl Scouts of America, after meeting the founder of the Boy Scouts, Sir Robert Baden-Powell, in 1911.

  • On March 12, 1912, the first troop of 18 girls began the organization now called the Girl Scouts of America.


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Interesting Facts

  • In 1948, there was a stamp created for her.

  • During World War II, she had a ship named for her.

  • In 1979, she was inducted into the Women’s Hall of fame.

  • On October 14, 2005, a bronze statue of her was unveiled in Washington, DC.



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