Many women in the course of history have stepped up in their leadership and inspired others. Sacagawea, Rosa Parks, and Amelia Earhart have all influenced tremendous change in women of America. However, with a little luck and extreme talent Annie Oakley broke the barriers, doing so she became one of the best female leaders in America. Being one of the first to make it in a man’s world, Annie Oakley did not let anything block her way.
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