First female United States Senator from Oregon.
A leader for women’s rights and famous for promoting a federal constitutional amendment for woman suffrage.
A lawyer, educator, and politician. The first black US Congresswoman from the Deep South.
A suffrage leader and the first woman to run for US presidency.
The first woman to be elected to the US Congress, instrumental in promoting women’s right to vote and an anti-war activist.
An activist, writer, first chair of UN Commission on Human Rights, and the most politically active First Lady in the US history.
An educator, suffragist, and the national president of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union.
An American fashion icon who was the First Lady of the US, contributing to the rise in the link status of the arts in the administration.
A Founding Mother of the United States, a Women’s Rights Advocate, and the Second First Lady.