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Jan 30, 2013 · Read CNN's Fast Facts about the life of the first female justice on the United States Supreme Court, Sandra Day O'Connor.

Sandra Day O'Connor (born March 26, 1930) is an American jurist

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1981- Sandra Day O'Connor becomes the first ever US Supreme Court Justice that is not a male.
2000- Sandra retires from the Court to take care of her husband.


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Thoughtful Major Historical Events in the USA During her Life Great Depression 1929-1939
World War II 1938-1945
JFK assassinated Nov 22, 1963
Civil rights laws 1964
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Father: Harry Day
Mother: Ada Mae Day
Grandmother: Mamie Wilkey
Sister: Ann Day
Brother: Alen Day Married: John O'Connor [the 3rd]
1st Son: Scott O'Connor
2nd Son: Brian O'Connor
3rd Son: Jay O'Connor While away in boarding school Sandra's baby sister Ann was born.

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2011 Time Line of Her Life March 26, 1930- Sandra Day is born.
1938-1939- Sandra's sister Ann is born then her brother Alen,
1950- Sandra Day graduates from Stanford with a degree in law.
1952- Sandra marries John Jay O'Connor III
1958- She gets her first real job working in law.
1957-1962- Has first, second and third sons Scott, Brian & Jay O'Connor.
1969- Elected Arizona state senator.