From 1941-1945 women participated in world war 2 and helped in the war. This for sure impacted history in a way that meant women could start helping in the wars and in some forms help defend their country which is very very important and changed history forever.
Margaret Sanger was an early feminist and women's rights activist who coined the term "birth control" and in 1921 legalized it. This was important and impacted history because it gave women rights for their bodies and what they wanted to do about their sex life.
On January 5, 1925 Ross became the first woman Governor in the United States as she became the Governor of Wyoming. This was important in history because she inspired many other women to run for office and inspired more women to make even more changes with the women's rights.
In 1909 22-year-old Alice Ramsey became the first woman to drive across the United States. This was an important event in history because her being the first woman to drive across the country gave inspiration to more women who wanted to have the chance to drive.
On March 4, 1933 Frances Perkins was sworn into Secretary of Labor, as well as the first woman in the U.S. cabinet. This was important in history because putting a woman into the cabinet gave more leeway for women to share their thoughts and opinions and they also had their voice for women.
in 1932 Amelia Earhart became the first woman to make a nonstop transcontinental flight as a woman. This was a big event in history for women because she was the first person to even make a flight that long and she was a woman doing it.
The 19th amendment gave women the right to vote officially and in 1920 it officially became a real passed thing. This is important to every women in the united states and has not only impacted me, because of this being passed women now have the right to vote on things they believe in.
In 1912, 20,000 suffrage supporters went to New York City and had a parade protesting women's suffrage with half a million people watching. This has an impact on me because there were many more parades but these numbers seem so crazy that knowing that many people watching this parade has not only an effect on me but many other women as well. Because of things like this we have the right to vote which is very important.
in 1903 The Women's Trade Union was created as an American organization that gave women a better opportunity and was an organization dedicated to women working, and making more fair conditions for women to work. This impacts me because without this union I probably would not have been able to get a job when I'm older or maybe even go to school.
Susan B. Anthony was a women's rights leader, worked with the woman suffrage movement in the United States and president (1892-1900) of the National American Woman Suffrage Association. Her work helped pave the way for the Nineteenth Amendment (1920) to the Constitution, giving women the right to vote. She has a personal impact on me because one day I will be able to vote.