Women in American History

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The First Lady who desired educational opportunities and property rights for women.
Writer of the Declaration of Sentiments who organized the 1848 Seneca Falls Convention.
The First Lady who saved countless priceless artifacts from the White House when the British invaded.
Sisters who fought for female suffrage after male abolitionists mocked them for speaking in public.
Freed slave who led over 300 slaves to freedom on the Underground Railroad.
Feminine Mystique author who incited second wave of feminism in the 20th century.
Conservationist who wrote Silent Spring and started the movement to ban DDT.
Founder of the Red Cross who helped give medical attention to Union soldiers.
First female presidential candidate who opposed corrupt businessmen and supported free love.
Muckraker who wrote scathing expose of Rockefeller's Standard Oil Company.
Social reformer who fought for better treatment of the mentally ill.
Conductor on the underground railroad who wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin.
Author of Century of Dishonor who argued against unfair treatment of American Indians.
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First woman appointed to a presidential cabinet.
Publisher of The Revolution who co-founded the National Woman Suffrage Association.
The 'First Lady of Civil Rights' who inspired the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
The Puritan who was banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony for arguing with male church leaders and believed in Antinomianism.
Founder of Planned Parenthood who promoted birth control and reproductive health education.
The First Lady who supported the Civil Rights Movement and founded the UN Association of the United States.
The first black poet published in America.
Writer of A Treatise on Domestic Economy who advocated for the better education of female teachers.
Founder of the Hull House, and the first woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize.
First woman in US Congress (from Montana).
A freed slave-turned suffragist who famously said, 'Ain't I a woman?'
Black journalist who documented lynching in America.

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