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First Ladies Revealed examines some of the most prominent and remarkable women - trailblazers, style icons, diplomats, war heroes, and global superstars. From Dolley Madison, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Jackie Kennedy to Nancy Reagan, Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama and more, the series tells the stories of some of the women who left their indelible mark on the White House and the nation. Smithsonian Channel reveals their challenges and celebrates their achievements, going beyond their public lives to tell their private stories.Some used captivating style to boost diplomacy. Some offered compassionate calm in days of war. Some embraced the role they never expected to make a difference. And some seized the role they always dreamed of to blaze a trail. Every first lady has their own tale to tell, and this series examines some of the women who left their indelible mark on the White House and in history. Join us as we go beyond the public lives to tell the private stories of Dolley Madison, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jackie Kennedy, Nancy Reagan, Hillary Clinton, and more.
Discover how a first lady's style goes beyond glamor and has played a part in fighting wars and defining presidencies: Jackie Kennedy's crucial role in the Kennedy years; Dolley Madison's role in the fourth Presidency; Nancy Reagan's role as a First Lady.
Whether adding the West Wing or championing women's rights, these three first ladies embraced a job they never expected to hold. Lady Bird Johnson, Edith Roosevelt, and Betty Ford inherited the role of First Lady by chance during times when the nation was looking for stability.
Join us as we celebrate three first ladies who helped the country through the Civil War, Word War II, and 9/11: Mary Lincoln, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Laura Bush's role as First Ladies in calming the nation in times of war.
Meet two first ladies who stepped out of their husbands' shadows and made a major difference in their own right: Eleanor Roosevelt and Hillary Clinton as First Ladies challenged conventional wisdom about the role of women.
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