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Social studies fact sheet
The Minnesota Department of Education has released this fact sheet, listing the main historical figures which are included in the new social studies standards requirements.

Native Americans and Tribes
Pocahontas, Dakota
Sacagawea, Ojibwe
Four Bears, Mandan
Little Crow, Iroquois
Squanto, Cherokee
Big Eagle, Hopi
Sequoya, Navajo
Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce, Yakama
Pueblo Tribe
Iroquois Tribe

Women in History
Betsy Ross
Harriet Bishop
Harriet Tubman
Harriet Scott
Susan B. Anthony
Eliza Winston
Abigail Adams
Jane Grey Swisshelm
Clara Barton
Laura Ingalls Wilder
Rosa Parks
Amanda Lyles
Marie Curie
Eva McDonald Valesh
Clara Ueland
Coya G. Knutson
Rosalie E. Wahl
Marge Anderson
Nellie Stone Johnson
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Catherine the Great
Jane Adams
Abigail Adams
Lucretia Mott
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Ida B. Wells-Barnett
Gertrude Stein
Betty Freidan
Mary Tudor
Mary, Queen of Scots
Catherine Medici
Catherine the Great
Marie Antoinette

Rise of the Farmer-Labor Party in Minnesota
Governor Floyd B. Olson
Hubert H. Humphrey
Walter Mondale
Woodrow Wilson
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Harry S Truman
John F. Kennedy
Lyndon Johnson
Andrew Jackson
Jimmy Carter

Abraham Lincoln
Thomas Jefferson
Ulysses S. Grant
Growth of Republican Party in Minnesota
Gov. Harold E. Stassen
Herbert Hoover
Dwight Eisenhower
Richard Nixon
Ronald Reagan
James Madison
Joseph McCarthy
George W. Bush

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