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John Adam's wife who wrote "remember the ladies"
Abigail Adams
helped Elizabeth Cady
Stanton carry out ideas and faught for women's rights; involved in temperance and abolition
Susan B. Anthony
nurse during civil war (north); began the idea of an "American Red Cross"
Clara Barton
first woman to graduate medical school and first doctor
Elizabeth Blackwell
first female surgeon
Emily Blackwell
first African American to earn a law degree
Mary Ann Shadd Cary
wrote about conditions and observations from war
mary boykin chestnut
faught for rights for mentally challenged and rights of prisoners; superintendent of nurses during civil war
Dorthea Lynde Dix
abolitionist, first female to speak in front of a governmental body
Angelinia Grimke
"Molly Pitcher" helped husband on Battle field, brought water to soldiers replaced husband during war
Molly Hays
rejected traditional Calvinists beliefs and was ultimately exiled from her colony
Anne Hutchinson
Got British soldiers drunk during Revolutionary war, disarmed them and turned them in
Nancy Hart Morgan
faught for woman's sufferage; began "Women's party", violent protets, arrested and went on hunger strikes
Alice Paul
wealthy land owner, developed indigo dye**, supported the war
Eliza Lucas Pinckney
first woman in Congress, pacifist and voted against US involvement in both world wars
Jeanette Rankin
organized Seneca Falls Convention, did not agree with divorce?
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
faught for women's suffrage and against slavery; public speaker
Lucy Stone
African American preacher, faught for women's and African Ameircan rights, abolitionist
Sojourner Truth