Women of American History B
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Martha McFarlane McGee Bell
Mary McLeod Bethune
Mary Bickerdyke
Elizabeth Blackwell
A scout, spy and indian fighter during the colonial wars and the American Revolution

A black journalist and militant civil rights leader, co-founded the NAACP
Called the Angel of the Battlefield for her first aid andhroism during the civil war
Became a member of the Butch Cassidy's Wild Bunch
Became a heroine in the American Revolution and Collected valuable information while encountering General Cornwallis and the British Army
Daughter of former slaves and became a writer, educator, a champion of humanitarian causes and an advocate of civil rights and education for blacks
A heroine whose aim was to care for wounded Union soldiers during the Civil War
first American to receive a medical doctor degree in 1849 and founded the Women's medical college in1868
Celia Ann "Mattie" Blaylock
Involved with Wyatt Earp after the death of his first wife
Amelia Bloomer
Publisher of the Temperance paper (The Lily)
Sarah Bagley
First woman in America to become a telegrap operator
Antoinette Blackwell
First woman ordained a minister in America, She was ordained by the Congregational Church