<em>Women had no voice, representativity or rights in many social and political spheres and the only way they could change it was getting more active participating in the early reform movements.</em>
The main reason women wanting to be active in early reform movements was that they did not have the same rights as men. To gain this rights and change some differences between gender the women need representativity and to be heard, this could only be achieved with them getting active in the reform movements.
I had an English teacher during my 7th grade year who taught us how to memorize (at least) the first four presidents: Washington, Adams, Jefferson, John Quincy Adams...and that is the extent of my memory. xD
Well the Incas made some great contributions to history. One way was that they made quipus. Even thought the Incas did not have a written language they did use quipus, which were a complex math and communication system. Quipu strings were very effective and they helped with math and communication all throughout the Inca empire. The Inca people also built roads, stone buildings, and developed different ways of farming. They also discovered many things about astronomy. I sure hope this helps! :)