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Talented Women of the Southern United States
Famous U.S. Women
"You are given a brief description of well known women who are from a specific state. Clues are given to narrow down the choices."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Virginia: I died in a plane crash at age 30 but my legend in country music still lives on in recordings and motion pictures. Who am I?
North Carolina: I had the honor of reading an original poem at the 1993 presidential inauguration. Who am I?
South Carolina: I am one of the most successful female wrestlers of all time and was known far and wide as the 'Fabulous Moolah', but what was my given name?
Mary McLeod Bethune
Georgia: I am famous for my moody novels such as "The Heart is a Lonely Hunter" and "Ballad of the Sad Café". My name is what?
Florida: I served as Attorney General in the Bill Clinton administration. Later I conducted an unsuccessful campaign for the position of governor of Florida. What is my name?
Alabama: Although I was both blind and deaf, I became a writer and activist known worldwide. Who was this noble woman?
Mississippi: I have many 'Grammys' and numerous country/western music awards. I married Tim McGraw in 1996 but McGraw is not my stage name which is:
Louisiana: I noticed that black women were using cosmetics designed for white women. I developed cosmetics specifically for black women.
Tennessee: My pin-up pictures from the 1940s and 50s are still popular today. Later I had a religious experience and lived in obscurity. In 2006, a movie was made on my life. Who am I?
Arkansas: I am a renowned feminist and author of the book "Sex and the Single Girl". For many years I was editor of "Cosmopolitan" magazine and helped it to succeed. Who am I?
Helen Gurley Brown
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