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Which Historical Lady Globetrotter Are You?

Hit the road 1900s-style.

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  1. Pick a continent

    North America
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    North America
    South America
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    South America
    Africa
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    Africa
    Australia
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    Australia
    Antarctica
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    Antarctica
    Europe
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    Europe
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  2. Pick your must-have travel accessory

    Pants
    Pants
    Compass
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    Driving gloves
    Driving gloves
    Notebook
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    Notebook
    Neck pillow
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    Feathers
    Feathers
    A warm coat
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    Llamas
    Llamas
  3. Pick a hobby

    Racing go karts
    Racing go karts
    Ice skating
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    Ice skating
    Ingesting plants
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    Ingesting plants
    Hiking
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    Hiking
    Taking selfies
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    Taking selfies
    Sailing into the sunset
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    Sailing into the sunset
    Talking to strangers
    Talking to strangers
    Being equal
    Being equal
  4. Pick a souvenir

    Ship in a bottle
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    Ship in a bottle
    Anything sparkly
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    Anything sparkly
    Vampire teeth
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    Vampire teeth
    Pet monkey
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    Pet monkey
    Stuffed penguin
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    Stuffed penguin
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    Keychain
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    Keychain
    Shot glass
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    Shot glass

Which Historical Lady Globetrotter Are You?

You got: Jessie Ackermann, missionary

Began her first of eight world tours in 1889 as a missionary for the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union. Claimed to have slept in 2,700 beds. “We are always longing to be something we are not; reaching for things just beyond our grasp; trying to climb to heights we can never attain.”

Jessie Ackermann, missionary
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You got: Harriet Chalmers Adams, photographer & adventurer

In 1904, embarked on a three-year journey to find "vampires and shrunken heads" in South America. Also claimed to have visited every American Indian tribe in North America. “I’ve never found my sex a hinderment; never faced a difficulty which a woman, as well as a man, could not surmount; never felt a fear of danger; never lacked courage to protect myself. I’ve been in tight places and have seen harrowing things.”

Harriet Chalmers Adams, photographer & adventurer
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You got: Josephine Baker, entertainer & spy

Moved to Paris at age 19 to become a dancer and actress. During WWII, traveled to Morocco, Spain, and Egypt and used her dance company as a cover for gathering intelligence for the French Resistance. “The things we truly love stay with us always, locked in our hearts as long as life remains.”

Josephine Baker, entertainer & spy
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You got: Edith "Jackie" Ronne, first American woman on Antarctica

In 1946, became the first American woman to visit Antarctica and was one of the first two women to overwinter. Visited Antarctica a total of 15 times.

Edith "Jackie" Ronne, first American woman on Antarctica
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You got: Aloha Wanderwell, stunt driver

At age 16, answered a newspaper ad looking for stunt drivers. In 1926, drove across 43 African countries and at times resorted to using banana grease for oil. Became a seaplane pilot in 1930 and went to Paraguay to document the Bororo tribe. “Remember: posture, bravery, humilité, and the Family Motto: `To Per-se-vere.’”

Aloha Wanderwell, stunt driver
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You got: Annie Smith Peck, moutaineer

Climbed the Matterhorn in 1895 while wearing pants, which could have gotten her arrested. In 1914, generated controversy for placing a Women’s Vote banner at the top of Peru's Coropuna. Climbed her last peak, New Hampshire’s Mount Madison, at age 82. “My home is where my truck is.”

Annie Smith Peck, moutaineer
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You got: Louise Arner Boyd, arctic explorer

In 1926, chartered a ship and sailed north, earning the nickname “Arctic Diana.” Attempted to rescue missing explorer Roald Amundsen and ran secret missions for the U.S. Army during WWII.

Louise Arner Boyd, arctic explorer
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You got: Emily "Mickey" Hahn, writer

In 1931, embarked on a two-year solo journey through the Belgian Congo and spent eight years in China during WWII. Despite a crippling opium addiction and periodic bouts of starvation, she stayed in order to smuggle food to Allied prisoners of war and to write about life under Japanese occupation. “I have deliberately chosen the uncertain path whenever I had the chance.”

Emily "Mickey" Hahn, writer
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