Famous female writer.
(1832-1888) Children's author who wrote Little Women amongst other children's stories.
American actress who published two autobiographies, A Few Memories and A Few More Memories.
(1820-1906) Pioneer crusader for the women's suffrage movement.
An American civil rights leader who secured Women's suffrage.
(1744-1808) Provided relief to American soldiers in the revolution. Daughter of Benjamin Franklin.
(--)Wife of Captain Elijah Bailey
(1821-1912) Humanitarian the founded the American Red Cross.
Famous social reformer.
(1822-1899) French Realist painter.
(1801-1865) Fredrika was a Swedish writer and feminist activist.
(--1815) American Patriot who helped troops in South Carolina during the Revolutionary War.
Wife of John G. Carlisle, she supported women's suffragists.
A famous writer.
Queen of Spain and widow of King Alfonso.
Jennie Churchill, Mrs. Churchill was formerly Jennie Jerome. Lady Randolph Churchill was the mother…
Frances Clara Folsom Cleveland Preston was the First Lady of the United States, President Grover Cleveland's…
Sister of President Cleveland, wroter Studies and was first lady of the land.
Known as "The Daughter of the Confederacy."
Printer and publisher of her magazine, "Victoria Magazine," she employed only women and advocated women…
Miss Kate Fields was outspoken against Mormons and an author of Pen Portraits of dickens' Readings…
(1847-1938) Well known writer and illustrator of her time
Nellie Grant, also known as Mrs. Sartoris, the daughter of General Grant.
(born 1757 - ) Wife of Alexander Hamilton
(1864-1936) Suffragette who wrote Ships that Pass in The Night
Julia was an abolitionist and poet. She is famous for the Battle Hymn of the Republic and for…
Lawyer and feminist and was the first female lawyer to argue before the Supreme Court. She was the presidential…
French anarchist and teacher.
Captain of a steamer.
(1870-1952) Italian doctor and educator best known for the development of the Montessori method of education.
Famous American actress.
Mother of Charles Stewart Parnell and is called an "American lady." She is the daughter of Commodore…
Famous opera singer of the 19th century.
(1370-1825) George Washington's first love who was one of the only women to be accused of Treason during…
(1595-1617) Powhatan who helped save the life of Captain John Smith.
(--1780) provided relief to American soldiers in the revolution. Wife of General Joseph Reed.
Mrs. Rodgers was a delegate at the Knights of Labor convention at Richmond in 1887. She organized the…
Mrs. Stanton was an early women's rights activist and abolitionist of slavery.
Famous actress from England
Dr. Walker (1832-1919) was a feminist, abolitionist, prohibitionist, spy, prisoner of war, surgeon and…
Martha Danridge was born in the county of New Kent, Virginia, in May, 1732. Martha was a widow of Park…
Author and poet of Poems of Passion and The Worlds and I.
Frances Elizabeth Caroline Willard was an educator and women's suffragist. She was president of the…