Abigail Adams – First Lady & Patriot

Mary Kay Ash – Entrepreneur of Beauty

Harriet Stratemeyer Adams – Syndicate Publisher—Later Author of Nancy Drew Books

Aspasia – First Woman of Athens

Lady Nancy Astor – First Woman to Sit in the English House of Commons

Simone Biles – Olympic Gymnastic Champion

Antoinette Brown Blackwell – First Ordained Woman Minister in America

Elizabeth Blackwell  – First Female Physician in the U.S.

Rosa Bonheur – French Artist and the First Woman to Earn the Legion of Honor in Paris

Margaret Brent – First Woman to Request the Vote

Barbara Bush – First Lady and Mother of George W. Bush

Laura Welch Bush  – First Lady and Wife of George W. Bush

Annie Jump Cannon – The Lady Who Counted the Stars

Laura Clay – Kentuckian for Women’s Suffrage

Frances Folsom Cleveland – Wife of President Grover Cleveland

Bessie Coleman – American Aviator

Coralie Franklin Cook – Educator and Activist

Sarah Crosby – First Methodist Female Preacher

Minnie Fisher Cunningham – Suffrage Advocate, Political Activist and Candidate

Marie Sklodowska Curie Polish – Born Chemist & Physicist

Amelia Earhart – The First Woman to Fly Solo Across the Atlantic

Mamie Eisenhower – Military Wife and First Lady

Fabiola – Founder of the First Hospital in Rome

Miriam Ferguson – First Female Governor of Texas

Abigail Powers Fillmore – The Literary First Lady

Cornelia Fort – First Woman to Die in Active Military Duty

Lucretia Garfield – Five Month First Lady

Hypatia – First Woman to Make a Substantial Contribution to the Development of Mathematics

Josephine – Empress of France, First Wife of Napoleon Bonaparte

Julia Dent Grant –  The General’s Lady

Lucy Webb Hayes – Legendary First Lady

Caroline Harrison – First Lady and Domestic Activist

Anna Symmes Harrison – Wife of President William Harrison

Lou Henry Hoover – Wife of Henry Hoover

Vinnie Ream Hoxie  – Sculptor and the First Woman to Receive an Order from the United States Government for a Statue

Rachel Jackson –  The General’s Lady

Claudia Johnson – The First Lady Called “Lady Bird”

Eliza McCardle Johnson – First Lady From Tennessee

Carrie B. Kilgore – First Woman Admitted to Practice Law in the United States

Harriet Lane – First Lady to a Bachelor President

Henrietta Larson – The First Woman Promoted to Full Professor at the Harvard School of Business Administration

Mary Todd Lincoln – The Emancipator’s Lady

Belva A. Lockwood – First Woman Admitted to Bar of U.S. Supreme Court

Ada Byron Lovelace –  The First Computer Programmer

Mary Lyon  – Noted Educator of Women

Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy – Devout Mother of a President

Dolley Madison  – American Icon

Hattie McDaniel – Oscar Winning Pioneer Actress

Ida Saxton McKinley – Invalid of the White House

Annie Turnbo Malone – Woman Entrepreneur

Susan Shelby Magoffin – The First American Woman to Travel the Santa Fe Trail

Wilma ManKiller – First Woman Chief of the Cherokee Nation

Mileva Maric – Mother of the Theory of Relativity

Mary – Mother of Jesus

Bridgett “Biddy” Mason – From Slavery to Landowner Philanthropist

Golda Meir – First Woman Prime Minister of Israel

Maria Mitchell – Pioneer Scientist

Patsy Takemoto Mink – A Trailblazer in American Politics

Jerrie Mock – First Woman to Fly Solo Around the World

Elizabeth Monroe – Elegance in the White House

Maria Montessori – Italian Physician and Educator

Nichelle Nichols – Actress with an Unexpected Influence

Sandra Day O’Connor – First Female Supreme Court Associate Justice

Catherine Parr – The Reluctant Tudor Queen

Jane Appleton Pierce – Shadow of the White House

Sarah Polk – First Lady & Wife of James K. Polk

Princess Diana – The People’s Princess

Jeannette Rankin – The Legislator Who Voted Against War – Twice

Ola Mildred Rexroat – Unique WASP Pilot

Edith Carow Roosevelt –  Calm Among the Storm

Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton – First American to be Canonized as a Saint

Valentina Tereshkova –  The First Woman in Space

Katherine Johnson – Pioneering Mathematician and NASA Trailblazer

Ida Tarbell – Pioneer Investigating Journalist

Bess Truman –  “The Boss”

Letitia Christian Tyler – The Invisible First Lady

Julia Gardner Tyler –  The Rode of Long Island

Madam C.J. Walker –  First African-American Female Millionaire

Barbara Walters – Renowned American Journalist And Interviewer

Martha Washington – The “First” First Lady

Emma Hart Willard – Founded the First Permanent Female Seminary in America