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1851 – The first American YMCA opens in Boston, Massachusetts.
She realized there was a market for children’s rest mats and sheets and baby bibs.
He said his goal was to eliminate the need to scoop up a shovel of snow, twist at the hips and throw the snow away from the pavement, actions that can cause pain or injury to back muscles.
Male academics are much more likely than their female counterparts to start companies to exploit their inventions, studies show.
1612 – Galileo Galilei becomes the first astronomer to observe the planet Neptune, although he mistakenly catalogued it as a fixed star.
“Women made tremendous gains in the 70s, 80s and 90s,” said Ms Whitman.
Tony Morley is one of only about 300 full-time toy inventors in the United States, so there’s a good chance that one of his projects — beginning as a crude sketch — is now sitting on a store shelf.
Jai Hawkins, 24, is the owner of Zazz Boutique, a women’s clothing store on Compton Boulevard.