A Quaker reformer and preacher, a leading speaker for antislavery, peace, and suffrage movements, organizer of the 1848 Seneca Falls Convention.
A spiritual community leader, known as a Voodoo Queen.
A Christian martyr who was a female teenage warrior in the Hundred Years' War between France and England.
A famous speaker and activist for racial and gender equality.
One of the first female religious leaders in colonial Massachusetts, and one of the founders of the Rhode Island Colony.
A spiritual leader and author, famous for establishing the Christian Science Movement.
A missionary, philanthropist, Patron of racial justice, and the second US-born citizen to be canonized a Saint.
A missionary and educator, the first white woman to cross the Continental Divide of the Americas, considered as the founding mother of the state of Idaho.
An Italian-American Roman Catholic nun, the founder of the female religious congregation Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and the first US citizen to be canonized by the Roman Catholic Church.
A lawyer, writer, educator, civil and women’s rights activist, and the first African-American woman to be ordained as an Episcopal priest. Considered as one of the first transgender figures in US history.