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Hidden figures: the history of Nasa’s black female scientists — Guardian Australia
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31 Picture Sophie Scholl: The German Student Who Leads the Anti-Nazi Movement of Resistance - Vintagetopia
an old photo of a woman in black and white, with the caption that reads
This is why we keep pushing and giving our best in this life, for people such as this incredible woman. She has not gone on in vain. GOD bless. RF #historyfacts
a black and white photo of a woman in a suit
Gertrude Van Wagenen (1893-1978)
a black and white photo of a woman in a lab coat
A Hovercraft Full of Eels
an advertisement for the dedication of dr murdered jefferson, who was first woman in history
American History. #historyfacts
barbara mccintock on the cover of her book, unsuning women of science
For Women
the women of the underground railroad info sheet
From Harriet Tubman to Harriet Ann Jacobs, several women played an important rol... - josephine
a black and white photo of a woman in front of a sign that says marie thap
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Marie Tharp (1920-2006) was the first person to map the ocean floor. Her research showed the the ocean floor was not flat, and many scientists (mostly men) disagreed. Despite opposition, she continued to work on her map. Satellite photography has proved the accuracy of her map, which is still in use today.
10 Astonishing History Facts You Just Have to See Historian, Weird History Facts, History Memes, History Nerd
10 Astonishing History Facts You Just Have to See
10 Astonishing History Facts You Just Have to See
mary jackson, nasa's first black female engineer - hidden figures in the control room
"Episode-7-Hidden-Figures-The-Book-Podcast" from The Rocket Girls Podcast by Melanie Fine of RocketGirls.com on Apple Podcasts
Mary Jackson, NASA's first black female engineer. Hidden Figures. Listen to the podcast here: