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First Ladies of the U.S.A.

Our first ladies have an equal yet different role of there husbands, both are so important to America and all she stands for. This board salutes our first ladies through the years.
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Edith White Bolling Galt Wilson (October 15, 1872 — December 28, 1961), second wife of U.S. President Woodrow Wilson, was First Lady of the United States from 1915 to 1921. She has been labeled "the Secret President" and "the first woman to run the government" for the role she played after her husband suffered a severe stroke in October 1919.[1] She has also been called "the first female president of the United States.


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Julia Boggs Dent Grant (January 26, 1826 – December 14, 1902), was the wife of the 18th President of the United States, Ulysses S. Grant, and was First Lady of the United States from 1869 to 1877.


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Influential Woman ღ Betty Ford - Betty Ford is best known for beginning her famous drug and alcohol addiction treatment center, but that’s not all that she brought to the table. Back in 1974 when “cancer” was only a mere whisper, Betty openly talked about the taboo topic, taking away the shame of the forbidden word! Please continue reading to learn more about this outspoken First Lady!


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Hannah Van Buren - Born Mar. 8, 1783 - Feb. 5, 1819. Twenty-three (23) years of age when married. Four children; Abraham, John, Martin, & Smith.


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Ellen Axson Wilson - 1860-1914 - was the first wife of President Woodrow Wilson and the mother of his 3 daughters. She suffered from Bright's disease. On her deathbed she told her husband to re-marry and also told her doctor to "please take care of my dear Woodrow".


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Louisa Catherine Johnson Adams (February 12, 1775 – May 15, 1852), wife of John Quincy Adams, was First Lady of the United States from 1825 to 1829.


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