Dot Wilkinson is widely known as one of the greatest Fastpitch Softball players to have ever played the game.
Learn about famous and not-so-famous nurses in history that made incredible advancements in medicine, including Clara Barton, Florence Nightingale & more…
Harriet Powers was a creative African-American quilting genius! She used her quilts to re-tell familiar Bible stories in a unique and fascinating way.
Mary Anning is now known as a pioneer in fossil collecting and discovery; setting the course for British paleontology as we know it today.
Who was the world’s first female president? This amazing woman was a pioneer who was also the first single woman to adopt a child solo.
Who was the New Woman and her bicycle? Why did Victorian men hate her & doctors warn against her? Find out the role the bicycle played on women’s empowerment.
Mary Ann Shadd Cary was a teacher, publisher, lawyer, and civil rights activist who published a weekly newspaper called The Provincial Freeman.
Suffragist vs Suffragette: one was known for peaceful protests and one was known for setting fires and bombing buildings. Find out which is which!
Gertrude B. Elion was a Nobel Prize winning biochemist who developed the first immunosuppressive drug and the first successful antiviral drug.
Augusta Ada King, known as Ada Lovelace, was a brilliant mathematician, exceptional writer, and one of the world’s earliest computer programmers.