Jeopardy NOTABLE WOMEN Questions

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Even after stepping down as a world leader this woman stayed in Parliament and later moved on to the House of Lords

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In 1978 she co-hosted People Are Talking in Baltimore but we bet she's the only host who became a multibillionaire

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An assistant attorney general in Arizona in 1965 she got a nifty promotion in 1981: Supreme Court justice

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Ooh la la! The little black dress first got put on--& put out--by this designer in the 1920s

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Her fight against gorilla poachers intensified in 1978 after the killing of Digit one of her favorite animals

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Ann Bancroft (not the actress) became the first woman to reach this spot by sled & on foot

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This etiquette expert also wrote the 1905 novel Purple and Fine Linen

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With husband H.A. Margret Rey fled the Nazis carrying the manuscript for their story about this impish monkey

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This ex-Secretary of State wrote Extraordinary Ordinary People about growing up in Birmingham Alabama

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She painted herself wearing a necklace of thorns symbolizing the pain in her life

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In a 2015 HBO biopic Queen Latifah portrayed this legendary blues singer

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A bridge on Congress Avenue in Austin Texas is named for this feisty late governor

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In the 1920s she organized a birth control conference in NYC & a world population conference in Geneva

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As queen of the Netherlands she saw her country through 2 World Wars

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The first name of this 1980s political leader of the Philippines means heart in Spanish

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She joined the Sisters of Notre Dame at age 16; her career as an art expert came later

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Margaret Mead's first book was Coming of Age in this place

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This president of Liberia shared the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize

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Sophia Packard & Harriet Giles co-founded what became this Atlanta college for African-American women

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This first woman on the Supreme Court left the court in 2006

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Her grave marker in Africa says No one loved gorillas more

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Isak Dinesen wrote in both English & this her native language

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This Italian-born woman was famous for her educational methods

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Piloting Vostok 6 she orbited the Earth 48 times during her trip into space in 1963

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The woman who started 1956 as Golda Myerson ended it as this at the insistence of her boss David Ben-Gurion

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