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June 24, 1880:  Agnes Nestor is born. Nestor, who began working in a glove factory at age 14, helped to found the International Glove Workers Union and served in various leadership positions within the union from 1903-1948, including president.  She helped organize unions in other industries, campaigned for women's suffrage, a minimum wage, and maternity health legislation, and against child labor.

June 24, 1880

Agnes Nestor June 1880 – 28 December was a United States campaigner for women's suffrage and workers' rights.

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THE MAYBELLINE STORY : Maybelline New York "Please bring back Ultra Big U...

May 31st, 1997 - Rosie Will Monroe, (Rosie the riveter), died at 76.  Rosie the Riveter became most closely associated with another real woman, Rose Will Monroe, who was born in Pulaski County, Kentucky in 1920 and moved to Michigan during World War II. She worked as a riveter at the Willow Run Aircraft Factory in Ypsilanti, Michigan, building B-29 and B-24 bombers for the U.S. Army Air Forces.

Rose Monroe, the riveter whose wartime efforts inspired the famous motivational poster. She worked at the Willow Run Aircraft Factory in Ypsilanti, Michigan, building and bombers for the U. In her she learned to pilot a plane herself.

TJ Layne. Gunned down 3 classmates. Wore "killer" shirt to court NEWS BULLETIN : JUST ESCAPED FROM LIMA PRISON IN OHIO 09/11/14

Lane Escapes From Prison, Ohio School Shooter Murdered Three Classmates in 2012

Anita Calvert Bourgeoise, St. Louis-based editor and publisher of The Invincible, which sounds like a comic book but was actually a women's magazine of "history and biography," by also patriotic poems, essays, and genealogical items. Looks like it only published in 1913.

Anita Calvert Bourgeoise, St. Louis-based editor and publisher of The Invincible, which sounds like a comic book but was actually a women's magazine of "history and biography," by also patriotic poems, essays, and genealogical items. Looks like it only published in 1913.

Sarah Josepha Hale

This is the real reason why we have Thanksgiving. That's Sarah Hail, she made Thanksgiving possible!

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Try my old fashioned Beauty Secret, "Nana's MUD!" for radiant skin

Baby Doe Tabor ~ Colorado Springs Colo ~ Aprox 1880

1883 photo of Baby Doe Tabor who would freeze to death in shack next to her mine in 1935 Leadville, Colorado after scandal, fortune and destitution.

In the Ring with Cancer: BB1 Fights for his Life: Chuck Williams, BB1, hasn't…

Chuck Williams, hasn't given up hope beating his liver cancer and either should we

The first anaesthetic in childbirth On 19 January 1847, the Edinburgh obstetrician, James Young *Simpson (1811-1870), delivered the first child born to a mother anaesthetised with chloroform (half a teaspoon on a rag applied to the nose). The child was named Anaesthesia. It was so successful that, within a week, he had given it to 30 mothers. There followed many protests from those who believed that women were intended to 'bring forth children in sorrow', and that the pain of childbirth was…

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