In 1912, one woman marched her way into history by starting up the Girl Scouts, an organization that said girls can conquer the outdoors just as well as boys can. That woman was Juliette Gordon Low, and over 100 years later, her legacy still lives on in the Girl Scouts of America. Learn a little more about her — and check out an original 1912 Girl Scout uniform! — with this fun paper doll for Women's History Month.