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Juliette Gordon Low - The Founder of Girl Scouts in America Juliette Low contributed much to our world Without her there would be three and a half million girls that would Born Juliette Magill Kinzie Gordon on Halloween night October 31 1860 everyone knew she was special The first time her uncle saw her he said Im sure shell be a daisy After that everyone called her Daisy She was born in the beginning of the Civil War and she lived in Savannah Georgia The South Juliettes father was in the war during most of her early childhood He had always lived in the south but his wifeAs a result sheAt fourteen she went to Stuart Hall a boarding school in Virginia When she had a problem or felt homesick she referred to the Bible that her mother sent her for her fifteenth birthday At times she would randomly point to different verses in attempt to find direction to a dilemma She was popular in school and enjoyed art very There they learned Ballroom dance dance manners how to curtsey and how to sit gracefully in a ball gown During a visit to England in 1882 Juliette met a handsome rich young man named William Low and fell in love with him They got engaged but kept it a secret for many years because she was afraid it would only upset her mother further because she still grieved over Alices death In 1884 Williams father died leaving him millions of dollars and the family business In 1886 she told her mother and father of her plans to marry William and they acceptedIn 1898 Juliette left William and England to help out in the Spanish-American War She and her mother both helped out as nurses When Juliette wFent back to England she learned money for a home in England and some travel Sir Robert was the founder of the Boy Scouts and his
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