A Founding Mother of the United States, a Women’s Rights Advocate, and the Second First Lady.
An educator, suffragist, and the national president of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union.
A pioneer social worker, American settlement reformer, a leader in the women's suffrage movement, and a world peace activist. The first American woman to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
A poet and a novelist, the author of the novel ‘Little Women.’
Founder of Girl Scouts of the USA.
A famous singer, known as the pioneer of gospel mainstream commercial success.
A prominent US orator, abolitionist, and suffragist. Leader and advocate to promote women's rights, and a co-founder of Woman’s Journal.
An activist, writer, first chair of UN Commission on Human Rights, and the most politically active First Lady in the US history.
A nurse, humanitarian and an educator, the founder of the American Red Cross.
The first woman to be elected to the US Congress, instrumental in promoting women’s right to vote and an anti-war activist.