Not for Ourselves Alone

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: connie-dean-smith

The book includes 20 women heroes who were leaders and pioneers in the fields of military, science, medicine, and social reform. The book is very easy to read, and people of all ages would enjoy it.

Table of Contents

Women Heroes

Not for Ourselves Alone First Edition By Connie Smith © 2017 by Connie Smith All right... Read Chapter

Margaret Sanger

Chapter 2:  Margaret Sanger Some of us have probably heard of Margaret Sanger.  She was a woman who made contrac... Read Chapter

Florence Nightingale

Chapter 3:  Florence Nightingale Florence Nightingale was the first nurse (Born 1820, died 1910).  She came... Read Chapter

Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Chapter 4:  Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton Now, let us consider two other women whom we should be t... Read Chapter

Joan of Arc

Chapter 5:  Joan of Arc Joan of Arc was a young girl in France.  At the age of 12 or 13, she began to see and he... Read Chapter

Aimee Semple McPherson

Chapter 6:  Aimee Semple McPherson I can relate to Aimee McPherson myself.  She was a woman who was called to pr... Read Chapter

Clara Barton

Chapter 7:  Clara Barton Clara Barton was a nurse during the American Civil War, and she was the one who started the Red Cross (... Read Chapter

Madame Currie

Chapter 8:  Madame Currie Madame Marie Currie and her husband Pierre discovered the elements radium and polonium in 1... Read Chapter

Sara Emma Edmonds

Chapter 9:  Sara Emma Edmonds Sarah Emma Edmonds, alias Frank Thompson, was born in New Brunswick, Canada in 1841.&nb... Read Chapter

Anna May Hayes

Chapter 10:  Anna May Hayes Anna May Hayes was the first woman and the first nurse to be promoted to General.  Can you imag... Read Chapter

Dolley Madison

Chapter 11:  Dolley Madison Dolley Madison (1768-1849) was the wife of the fourth president of the United State, Jame... Read Chapter

Lucretia Mott

Chapter 12:  Lucretia Mott Now, Lucretia Mott (1793-1880) is a woman for us.  She was a Quaker minister, and she... Read Chapter

Elizabeth Blackwell

Chapter 13:  Elizabeth Blackwell Elizabeth Blackwell was born on February 3, 1821, and she died on May 31, 1910 at th... Read Chapter

Rosa Parks

Chapter 14:  Rosa Parks Rosa Parks was only 5’ 3” tall, but she changed the world, and we still feel the ripples ... Read Chapter

Oprah Winfrey

Chapter 15:  Oprah Winfrey If Oprah Winfrey should mention a certain book, the author would sell millions.  What... Read Chapter

Judge Deborah

Chapter 16:  Judge Deborah According to the Book of Judges, 4:4-16, Deborah was a prophetess and a judge who had intu... Read Chapter


Chapter 17:  Jael The woman Jael is included in the Book of Judges in the same chapter with Deborah.  She follow... Read Chapter


Chapter 18:  Esther Esther is another woman worth taking a closer look at.  We will go to the Book of Esther for... Read Chapter


Chapter 19:  Ruth I love this woman Ruth.  I love them all, but when we traveled in ministry, I did a lot of tea... Read Chapter

Mary Summer Rain

Chapter 20:  Mary Summer Rain I have loved Mary Summer Rain for a very long time.  I met her through her many books, and yo... Read Chapter

Mother Teresa

Chapter 21:  Mother Teresa Mother Teresa: What a saint, what a woman.  She was born on August 26, 1910, and she ... Read Chapter

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