1) Who was known as the 'Angel of the Battlefield' because of her work as a nurse during the Civil War? a) Carrie Nation b) Lucy Stone c) Clara Barton d) Dorthea Dix 2) What year did American women gain the right to vote? a) 1848 b) 1920 c) 1945 d) 1896 3) 3. Where and when was the first Women's Rights Convention held in the United States? a) Woodstock NY -1970 b) New York City 1900 c) Seneca Falls NY 1848 d) Philadelphia, Pa 1776 4) Who was the first woman to graduate from medical school in the United States? a) Jane Addams b) Anna Howard Shaw c) Margret Sanger d) Elizabeth Blackwell 5) Some 19th-century doctors thought that education was hazardous to women's health. a) False b) True 6) This 19th-century feminist designed a new style of clothing for women. The style never became popular, but her name entered the American language as a term for a specific type of garment a) Amelia Bloomer b) Marie Corset c) Elizabeth Westkit d) Anna Henley 7) In the 1920s, young women scandalized their elders by shortening their skirts, bobbing their hair, wearing make-up, and dancing the Charleston with men whom they hardly knew. What were these young women called? a) Flappers b) Women Libbers c) Lulus d) Gibson Girls 8) Which 1920s movie star was known as the 'It' girl? a) Mary Pickford b) Mae West c) Clara Bow d) Tallulah Bankhead 9) Who made her fortune by developing a successful line of cosmetics for African American women in the early 1900s? Who made her fortune by developing a successful line of cosmetics for African American women in the early 1900s?  a) Ida B. Wells b) Josephine Baker c) Sojourner Truth d) Madam C.J. Walker 10) Who was the first woman to be the vice-presidential nominee of a major political party? a) Eleanor Roosevelt b) Margret Chase Smith c) Elizabeth Dole d) Geraldine Ferrero

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