Eleanor was born in 1122 in Aquitaine, a part of southern France that was larger than the land the King of France ruled over. Unlike much of Europe during that time, Aquitaine gave many rights to women. Women in Aquitaine could inherit land and rule over it by themselves, something that would later be important in Eleanor’s life. Being her father’s oldest child, Eleanor was severely spoiled and was taught to read and write. Once she was 14, her father decided to go on a pilgrimage, so he had all of his vassals swear homage to Eleanor as the heiress of Poitou, Aquitaine, and Gascony and made Eleanor a ward of the King of France, Louis VI.
“I know I have the body of a weak and feeble woman, but I have the heart and stomach of a king, and of a king of England too.” - Queen Elizabeth the 1. Throughout Elizabeth’s reign a lot was accomplished for England, and many say Elizabeth was a great queen. Her life did not start as glamorous, but as she worked harder she achieved the life she wanted. She stood firm on her beliefs, and would not let anyone tell her what to do. Even though her childhood was not the best, she did not let that stop her from becoming a great queen, and then even after her death, she changed England forever.
Not only did she set a role to the women, she set a role to the kids. She kept going to school to learn more and more. Without it she would 've never gotten to where she made it too. Ochoa brings out the courage and setted an example that nothing is ever to difficult for anyone. Ochoa has made a big inspiration to the kids as well as it relates to the woman.
Without the mill girls there wouldn’t have been anyone to help in the advancement of turning cotton into a much used and needed fabric. The women of later years had the mil girls to show you can stand up for yourself. To give the example that women too can be strong and independent. Mill girls were an important part of history and without them there might not be what there
These women have done so much for women by inspiring them to that their efforts to get women’s rights have for the most part succeeded. Today, all women in America have equals rights. But there still remains a couple problems. One issue that has popped up over the last few years was equal pay. Even though this movement was only partially successful, it still had a significant impact on women in the United States of
But, despite this fault, she was an effective ruler as she saved England from defeat by the Spanish Armada, started the Elizabethan Era, a great definition of English culture, and set a fantastic precedent for female rulers in a time when they were not celebrated. Elizabeth I could have done certain things differently than she had, but overall, she wanted what was best for her country
Back in Revolutionary War times. People thought that a woman’s role was to raise law-abiding children. The Daughters of Liberty still took on this role, but they showed that women could do much more than just stay at home, raise children, and do chores around the house. Women like Deborah Sampson showed that women could fight for their freedom, just like men did. By signing agreements, boycotting goods, and helping out a good cause women proved that they could take charge and do anything they put their minds to.
Because of new and promising social situation and circumstances, education for women became a significant and noticeable issue as well. In the contemporary independence, liberty, and equality of the new American republic, it was necessitated that women learned new skill and knowledge, also had suitable education to enable them to promote economic growth and reduce inequality. Moreover, in the book “Give me liberty”, Eric Foner wrote that “Even though republican motherhood ruled out direct female involvement in politics, it encouraged the expansion of educational opportunities for women, so that
In the 1900’s, life started to changed for women; they started to gain a higher position in society, they were able to demand more rights and they started thinking and acting freely and independently. Although the process towards women’s rights was challenging, it was all worth it for future generations once the 19th Amendment was ratified. Starting of by the famous Seneca Falls Convention, the fight for women’s rights began. Many attempts were made to fight the oppression like conventions, campaigns, people, propaganda, etc. It was a very long and harsh process to gain their rights; women witnessed other races overcoming discrimination while they were still ignored.
She became strong as she realized that she was not as little as everyone thought she was a girl who found her strength through watching all the other women who were carrying the Congos life on their shoulders. She realized she can change her ways and be the girl she really wanted to be the one who helped others for the right reasons, the one who even when everyone judges her she does what is right. Leah is an inspiration to other girls who would stand up for their own beliefs. Leah being on of the four children of Nathan and Orleanna Price was also one of the main characters to realize the life outside of herself and change for the good of everyone except her