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3rd grade People

U.S. Historical figures

worked for women's rights, including right to vote Susan B. Anthony
American worked to improve eduction for African Americans Mary McLeod Bethune
Mexican American leader who founded the United Farm Workers of America Cesar Chavez
American who escaped from slavery and worked to end it Fredrick Douglass
36th President of the United States that signed a law to make it easier for all Americans to vote Lyndon B. Johnson
Civil rights lawyer; first African American appointed to United States Supreme Court Thurgood Marshall
Rode to Lexington to warn other colonist that British soldiers were coming Paul Revere
Worked for human rights in the United States and around the world Eleanor Roosevelt
32nd President of the United States that started programs to give Americans jobs Franklin D. Roosevelt
Created by: allison.moody