Can You Match The American Woman To The Description?

Do you think you can guess who these iconic American women are based on the description? It's time to find out how well you really know your female icons!
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This iconic female woman appealed to her husband to protect the rights of women in the 1700s.
Martha Washington
Abigail Adams
Jane Addams
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This iconic American female is the author of the book "Little Women."
Jane Austen
Louisa May Alcott
Harper Lee
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In the 1820s this historic woman worked for women's rights.
Clara Barton
Susan B. Anthony
Jane Addams
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This female icon was a nurse, humanitarian, and teacher during the Civil War.
Amelia Bloomer
Clara Barton
Elizabeth Blackwell
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This female icon was a prolific writer who focused on frontier life.
Willa Cather
Shirley Chisholm
Emily Dickinson
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This icon was the first woman aviator to fly solo nonstop across the Atlantic
Mary Baker Eddy
Amelia Earhart
Dorothea Dix
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This historic woman was nominated to supreme court on August 10, 1993 by President Clinton.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Geraldine Ferraro
Katherine Graham
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This female icon was a 70s publisher of the Washington Post, coverage of watergate eventually led to resignation of nixon.
Katharine Graham
Sarah Grimke
Anne Hutchinson
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This icon wrote "The Feminine Mystique," an account of housewives' lives.
Sarah Grimke
Betty Friedan
Mary Lyon
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This American female icon founded the first college for women, Mount Holyoke Female Seminary.
Mary Lyon
Angelina Grimke Weld
Annie Oakley
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This icon is United States sharpshooter who was featured in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.
Lucretia Mott
Annie Oakley
Billie Jean King
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This icon was the first woman supreme court justice in the 80's.
Elena Kagan
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Sandra Day O'Connor
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Unfortunately, you couldn't identify these 12 American female icons by their description. While you may understand the gravity of the contributions of these heroes, you don't know their life stories just yet.

C+, Female Foul Up

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Whoa, congratulations! You are truly female icon fierce. You know these American heroes the way few people can. Though you missed a question or two, your still surpasses that of the average quiz taker.

B+, Female Icon Fierce

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When it comes to these ferocious female icons, you know your stuff! It's obvious that you put a great deal of stock into the contributions of these 12 women. Go ahead and brag a little, you've earned it!

A+, Female Icon Formidable

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1
This iconic female woman appealed to her husband to protect the rights of women in the 1700s.
Martha Washington
Abigail Adams
Jane Addams
2
This iconic American female is the author of the book "Little Women."
Jane Austen
Louisa May Alcott
Harper Lee
3
In the 1820s this historic woman worked for women's rights.
Clara Barton
Susan B. Anthony
Jane Addams
4
This female icon was a nurse, humanitarian, and teacher during the Civil War.
Amelia Bloomer
Clara Barton
Elizabeth Blackwell
5
This female icon was a prolific writer who focused on frontier life.
Willa Cather
Shirley Chisholm
Emily Dickinson
6
This icon was the first woman aviator to fly solo nonstop across the Atlantic
Mary Baker Eddy
Amelia Earhart
Dorothea Dix
7
This historic woman was nominated to supreme court on August 10, 1993 by President Clinton.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Geraldine Ferraro
Katherine Graham
8
This female icon was a 70s publisher of the Washington Post, coverage of watergate eventually led to resignation of nixon.
Katharine Graham
Sarah Grimke
Anne Hutchinson
9
This icon wrote "The Feminine Mystique," an account of housewives' lives.
Sarah Grimke
Betty Friedan
Mary Lyon
10
This American female icon founded the first college for women, Mount Holyoke Female Seminary.
Mary Lyon
Angelina Grimke Weld
Annie Oakley
11
This icon is United States sharpshooter who was featured in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.
Lucretia Mott
Annie Oakley
Billie Jean King
12
This icon was the first woman supreme court justice in the 80's.
Elena Kagan
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Sandra Day O'Connor