Women are granted to have a right to vote; She joins the League of women voters
Crashes the Great Depression
Eleanor starts food lines to help those without jobs.
Eleanor Became the First Lady of the U.S.
March 4, 1933 - 1945
Eleanor's Husband, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Died
April 12, 1945
Eleanor Became A Delegate to the United States
President Harry S. Truman appointed Eleanor.
She began working with the United Nations and helps write the Declaration of Universal Rights
Eleanor Roosevelt's Death
November 7, 1962
She died of tuberculosis.Tuberculosis is a disease caused by germs that spread from person to another through the air. Usually affects lungs, but it does not always have to be the lungs, such as brain, kidney, or spine.