Cobble Hill She Persisted Puzzle
When it comes to the history of women, we have a lot of stories to tell. Some are true, some are not so. Some have been told again and again, but somehow they haven’t changed much over time.
In the early 1900s, women were not allowed to drive cars, so they had to walk. This created a problem for the women who had to carry heavy things on their backs. To solve this problem, they invented a device called “cobble hill”. The device was a device that would make it easier for them to walk and carry heavy objects on their backs.
Women have been at the forefront of social change, and it is important to recognize their contributions. This poster was created by Women in History and inspired by the Women’s March on Washington. The pieces are a mix of historical facts, quotes and images of women who have made significant contributions to society.
Feminist Puzzle 1000 Pieces
When you are using the Cobble Hill She Persisted Puzzle, you will be presented with a list of historical figures that are important to women’s rights. The aim of the puzzle is to help you piece together a picture of these powerful women on the history of feminism.
Nevertheless She Persisted Puzzle Box
- Number of Pieces: 1000
- Suggested Age: twelve Years and Up
- Assembled Dimensions: 19.25 Inches (W)
- Assembled Length: 26.62 Inches
- CPSC Choking Hazard Warnings: Choking_hazard_small_parts
- Material: cardboard