Women In History. 2 nd Grade Spring 2010. Jane Goodall. Jane Goodall will be remembered for her discoveries about chimpanzees. b y Julie Katz. Georgia O’Keefe. Georgia O’Keefe will be remembered for being an important woman artist at a time when most painters were men.
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Women In History
Jane Goodall will be remembered for her discoveries about chimpanzees.
by Julie Katz
Georgia O’Keefe will be remembered for being an important woman artist at a time when most painters were men.
by Dylan Anidjar
Sacagawea will be remembered for going on the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
by Ryan Horlick
Bessie Coleman will be remembered for being the first African-American lady to fly a plane.
by Kazi Holston
Belva Lockwood will be remembered for being the first woman lawyer and the first woman to run for President of the United States.
by Rachael Kelson
Coretta Scott King will be remembered for making laws better for African-Americans.
by Alex Chiang
Candace Parker will be remembered for dunking twice in one high school basketball game and for being the second woman to dunk in a WNBA game.
by Tyler McLaughlin
Mother Teresa will be remembered for helping many sick people when no one else would.
by Victoria Gu
Shayla Wilson is determined to be one of the few African-American equestrians to make it to the Olympics.
by Leah Edwards
Dara Torres will be remembered for being the oldest female to swim in the Olympics.
by Renee Chan
Rosa Parks will be remembered for starting a boycott against the bus rules and now you can sit wherever you want.
by Michael Marone
Shirley Muldowney will be remembered for being the first woman race car driver to win three Top Fuel titles.
by Derek Huffman
Jane Austen will be remembered for being the first English writer to write novels about characters and their lives.
by Madison Mier
Ruby Bridges will be remembered for helping to integrate schools.
by Josh Thau
Lisa Leslie will be remembered for being the first woman to dunk the ball in a WNBA game and for getting the most points in a WNBA career.
by Lauren Taylor
Golda Meir will be remembered for being the first prime minister of Israel. She is known as the “strong-willed, straight-talking, gray-bunned grandmother of the Jewish people.”
by Colby Freeman
Picabo Street will be remembered for
winning the World Cup Season title for skiing.
by Ryan Cernuto
Jenny Thompson will be remembered for winning 10 Olympic gold medals for her fabulous swimming ability.
by Oliver Schaaf
Jennie Finch will be remembered for leading Team USA to gold in the 2004 and 2008 Olympics as a softball pitcher.
by Alexandra Weber
Julia Child will be remembered for being the first person to have her own cooking show on television and for making French recipes easy for Americans.
by Caroline Dannenbaum
Helen Keller will be remembered for graduating from college despite the fact that she was blind and deaf.
by Morgan Giardina
Gertrude Ederle will be remembered for being the first woman to swim the English Channel.
by Madeline Skapper
Mia Hamm will be remembered for leading Team USA to the Olympic gold medal.
by Lucy Berndt
Serena Williams will be remembered for being the first African American to win the Grand Slam tennis singles since Arthur Ashe and for being first African American woman to win the U.S. Open since Althea Gibson.
by Julius Smith
Patricia Bath will be remembered for inventing a laser device that removes cataracts called the Laserphaco Probe and for being the first African American female doctor to receive a patent for a medical invention.
by Noelle Mullins
Elizabeth Blackwell will be remembered for being the first woman to receive a medical degree.
by Jessica Hutt
Aretha Franklin will be remembered for being the first woman to make it into the Rock-and-Roll Hall of Fame.
by Teddy McGraw
Libby Riddles will be remembered for being the first woman to win the Iditarod.
by William Hoffman
Wilma Rudolph will be remembered for winning three gold medals in track.
by Aimee Composto
Mary Shields will be remembered for being the first woman who completed the Iditarod.
by Dominic Mendelsohn
Michelle Obama will be remembered for being the first African-American First Lady.
by Amir Arnold
Laura Ingalls Wilder will be remembered for writing stories that teach people about pioneer life.
by Peter McClearn