Have you ever been researching a woman from history and wanted to know more about them? Or maybe you just like reading stories about women from all walks of life. If either of those are the case, you've made your way to the right place.

Since 2015, I have been gathering names and stories of women from all time periods, locations, and careers with the hopes of sharing those stories with the world someday. Well, the time is finally here. As of July 2019, I have amassed over 1,500 such women. Some are still alive, some died thousands of years ago, and some never lived at all (yes, I've included a few legends and I will mark them appropriately so that you know too).

Let me know who your favorite entry is, or who you learned the most from. Maybe you'll even find a new icon to look up to. Whatever you take away from this website, I hope you learn, and share that new knowledge with the world.

The First 100 Entries:

  1. Hypatia of Alexandria, she's my number one for a reason
  2. Mary Anning, the mother of paleontology
  3. Ada Lovelace, she created computer codes 100 years before computers were invented
  4. Hertha Ayrton, inventor and electrical engineer
  5. Nettie Stevens, geneticist who worked on the theory of sex determination
  6. Marie Skłodowska Curie, you know her name
  7. Mileva Marić, she was so much more than Albert Einstein's wife
  8. Gillis Duncan, no not from Outlander, but she was kind of a witch
  9. Elizabeth Magie, she invented Monopoly (kind of, just read her article)
  10. Rosa Carmichael, the witch governess of the Gettysburg Orphanage
  11. Grace Hopper, Navy Rear Admiral, Computer Coder, Dazzling Daughter
  12. Hedy Lamarr, Beauty and Brains
  13. Henrietta Lacks, she is more than her cells
  14. Rosalind Franklin, controversy remains over who the true discoverer of DNA was, was it her?
  15. Leigh Searl, founder of America's Career Force
  16. Valentina Tereshkova, the first woman to go to space
  17. Elizabeth Blackburn, Nobel Prize Winner and Former President of the Salk Institute
  18. Sally Ride, the first American Woman to go to space
  19. Mae C Jemison, the first African American woman to go to space
  20. Virginia Dare, the first English baby born in the New World
  21. Betsy Ross, ignore the shoes, recognize the good she actually factually did
  22. Lizette Charbonneau, Sacagawea's Daughter
  23. Sally McCoy, The Matriarch of the McCoy Clan
  24. Levicy Hatfield, The Matriarch of the Hatfield Clan
  25. Roseanna McCoy, her story is worse than Romeo and Juliet
  26. Nancy McCoy Phillips, the other woman, or in this case, cousin
  27. Flora Call Disney, Walt and Roy's Mom
  28. Miep Gies, she saved Anne Frank's diary
  29. Eva Braun, if you knew her story, you would gain a whole new perspective
  30. Rosemary Kennedy, her sister Eunice created the Special Olympics in her honor
  31. Kathleen Kennedy-Cavendish, the Rebel of the Kennedy Clan
  32. Madam CJ Walker, the first female self-made millionaire in the US
  33. Barbara Walters, I think we all know her point of View
  34. Oprah Winfrey, you know her, you love her, so read this to love her some more!
  35. Mindy Grossman, CEO of WW (Weight Watchers)
  36. Sheri McCoy, she mixes science and business for wondrous results
  37. Safra Catz, co-CEO of Oracle--and so much more
  38. Abigail Johnson, you think Oprah's rich right? Pssh
  39. Rosalind Brewer, first female and first African American COO of Starbucks
  40. Laura Alber, CEO of Williams-Sonoma
  41. Melania Trump, Be Best
  42. Meritaten, daughter of Pharaoh Akhenaten and Nefertiti
  43. Agnes Sorel, the first official Royal Mistress
  44. Diane de Poitiers, mistress to Henry II of France
  45. Françoise-Athénaïs de Rochechouart de Mortemart, mistress to Louis XIV of France
  46. Barbara Villiers Palmer, Mistress to Charles II of England
  47. Nell Gwyn, mistress to Charles II of England
  48. Jeanne Poisson, mistress to Louis XV of France
  49. Jeanne Becu, mistress to Louis XV of France
  50. Mary Surratt, the first woman to be executed by the United States Federal Government
  51. Amanda Knox, we've all heard her name, but do we know the real story?
  52. Rebecca Schaeffer, Actress who is better remembered for being murdered
  53. Meredith Kercher, remember her as a happy student, not for what happened to her
  54. JonBenet Ramsey, the pageant princess who never got to become a queen
  55. Jyoti Singh, remember her name, fight for it to never happen again
  56. Kathleen Kenyon, archaeologist who led the Jericho Excavations
  57. Doris Zemurray Stone, archaeologist who fought for the rights of the Indigenous of Central America
  58. Tatiana Proskouriakoff, she was instrumental in the decoding of Maya Hieroglyphs
  59. Sarah Parcak, she makes satellite technology cool
  60. Salima Ikram, got a question on Egyptian mummies? Ask her!
  61. Sherry Lansing, first woman to head a major Hollywood Studio
  62. Barbara Corcoran, You know her from Shark Tank
  63. Marillyn Hewson, CEO of Lockheed Martin
  64. Denise Morrison, former CEO of Campbell Soup Co
  65. Indra Nooyi, former CEO of PepsiCo
  66. Joy Mangano, Jennifer Lawrence plays her in the movie!
  67. Meg Whitman, former CEO of Ebay
  68. Ginni Rometti, CEO of IBM
  69. Ursula Burns, former CEO of Xerox
  70. Mary T Barra, CEO of General Motors
  71. Lori Greiner, The Patent Queen
  72. Marissa Mayer, Google's 20th Employee--ever
  73. Ivanka Trump, Businesswoman and Advisor to President Trump
  74. Mary Magdalene, Jesus's disciple
  75. Hildegard von Bingen, Catholic Nun who defied gender norms
  76. The Ice Maiden of Pazyryk, Her mummy shed new light on her mysterious people
  77. Joan of Arc, Heavenly Warrior
  78. Sacagawea, Savior of the Corps of Discovery
  79. Jane Stanford, Co-Founder of Stanford University
  80. Anne Sullivan, Helen Keller's Teacher
  81. Jane Goodall, Primatologist
  82. Anne Hutchinson, Puritan Rulebreaker
  83. Olympe de Gouges, author of the Declaration of the Rights of Woman and the Female Citizen
  84. Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin, Feminist Author
  85. Susan B Anthony, Women's Suffrage Advocate
  86. Millicent Fawcett, Suffragette
  87. Ankhesenpepi II, daughter of a Pharoah and wife of another
  88. Helen Keller, she proved deaf and blind are labels only
  89. Jean Paul, advocate and wife of the chief of the Maliseet Tribe
  90. Mary Rogers, New York's Cigar Girl turned murder victim
  91. Ida Straus, Mrs. Macy's and RMS Titanic victim
  92. Mary Phagan, her murder made race relations in the south worse than ever before
  93. Elizabeth Short, The Black Dahlia
  94. Anne Frank, her diary is one of the most widely read of all time
  95. Natalie Wood, actress whose mysterious death has never been solved
  96. Shangguan Wan'er, the first female Prime Minister in history
  97. Martha Washington, The first First Lady of the United States
  98. Mary Todd Lincoln, First Lady during her husband Abraham Lincoln's term
  99. Varina Davis, The First Lady of the Confederate States of America
  100. Julia Grant, The First Lady during her husband Ulysses S Grant's term

Entries 101-200:

101) Nancy Astor, the first woman elected & able to take her seat in British Parliament

102: Jeannette Rankin, the first woman elected to US Congress

103: Alice Sanger, the first female staffer hired by the White House

104: Eleanor Roosevelt, the longest serving First Lady of the United States

105: Pat Nixon, First Lady of the United States during her husband Richard Nixon's Term

106: Indira Gandhi, India's First Female Prime Minister

107: Betty Ford, First Lady and Founder of the Betty Ford Center

108: Nancy Reagan, First Lady of the United States during her husband Ronald Reagan's Term

109: Barbara Bush, First Lady of the United States during her husband George H W Bush's Term

110: Margaret Thatcher, the First Female Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

111: Rosalynn Carter, First Lady of the United States during her husband Jimmy Carter's Term

112: Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, First Lady and Style Icon

113: Isabel Martinez de Peron, the First Female President of Argentina

114: Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, the First Female French Minister of Education

115: Ankhesenpepi I, don't get her confused with her sister

116: Alwilda, the Scandinavian Pirate Princess (Legend--Not Historical Person)

117: Watkuese, she was lost and then found again

118: Juana Maria, the Lone Woman of San Nicholas Island

119: Ankhesenamun, the widow of King Tut

120: Corrie Ten Boom, you probably read her story in school

121: Delphine LaLaurie, not even Kathy Bates could make her sympathetic

122: Jane Austen, novelist

123: Frida Kahlo, painter

124: Mariska Hargitay, actress and activist

125: Emma H Cunningham, she might have committed murder

126: Dolley Madison, Former First Lady during her husband James Madison's Term

127: Alexandra Kollontai, Communist Politician from the Soviet Union

128: Sirimavo Bandaranaike, Ceylon's First Female Prime Minister

129: Laura Bush, Former First Lady during her husband George W Bush's Term

130: Mary Ludwig Hays McCauley, one of the inspirations for Molly Pitcher

131: Rebecca Skloot, author who brought the story of Henrietta Lacks to the mainstream light

132: Phoebe Ann Moses, but you know her as Annie Oakley

133: Amelia Earhart, pilot who broke gender norms all day long

134: Odette Siko, the first woman to ever race at Le Mans

135: Janet Guthrie, the first woman to compete in both Indianapolis 500 and Daytona 500

136: Marie Claude Beaumont, Le Mans race car driver

137: Danica Patrick, retired indycar driver

138: Merit Ptah, the first known female doctor--and scientist

139: Peseshet, doctor from Egypt's 4th Dynasty

140: Agnodice, the first female doctor from Athens, Greece

141: Juliet Opie Hopkins, Confederate Nurse during the War Between the States

142: Dorothea Dix, Mental Health Advocate who brought the horrific conditions of Insane Asylums to light

143: Florence Nightingale, the woman who created modern nursing techniques

144: Clarissa "Clara" Barton, Founder of the American Red Cross

145: Elizabeth Blackwell, first woman to receive a modern medical degree from a school in the United States

146: Rebecca Lee Crumpler, the first African American woman to receive a modern medical degree in the United States

147: Elizabeth Anderson, the first woman to qualify as a doctor and surgeon with a modern medical degree in Great Britain

148: Anandi Gopal Joshi, the first Indian woman to obtain a modern medical degree from the West

149: Florence R Sabin, the first female professor at Johns Hopkins University

150: Trung Trac, she and her sister led a large scale rebellion against their Chinese overlords

151: Trung Nhi, she and her sister led a large scale rebellion against their Chinese overlords

152: Boudica, she burned London to the ground

153: Pingyang, general who led 70,000 soldiers against the Emperor

154: Mary Anne Arnold, cross dressing sailor

155: Grace O'Malley, Irish chieftain and pirate

156: Mary Read, pirate

157: Anne Bonny, pirate

158: Ching Shih, from prostitute to one of the most formidable pirates of all time

159: Wang Cong'er, leader of the White Lotus Society and warrior

160: Mary Anne Talbot, soldier who fought in the French Revolution

161: Lozen, Chihenne Apache Warrior and Medicine Woman

162: Private Sarah Edmonds, Union Soldier during the War Between the States

163: Marina Yurlova, Teenage Cossack during World War I

164: Rose Valland, the Monument's Woman

165: Neferure, daughter of Pharaoh Hatshepsut

166: Nefertari Merytmut, Egyptian Queen and wife of Ramses II

167: Justa Grata Honoria, you know how we're taught the Goths sacked Rome and ended the Western Roman Empire? Yeah, that was her fault

168: Khentkaus III, Egyptian Queen whose tomb yielded new insights into her time period

169: Sobekneferu, the first definitively proven woman to have ruled Egypt as Pharaoh

170: Hatshepsut, the most famous female Egyptian Pharaoh

171: Nefertiti Neferneferuaten, arguably the most famous woman from Ancient Egypt

172: Cleopatra VII Philopater, yes, that Cleopatra
173: Arsinoë IV, the meddling little sister of Cleopatra VII
174: Cleopatra Selene II, Cleopatra VII's daughter

175: Ranavalona I, Madagascar's first female queen regnant

176: Ellen Rometsch, possible Soviet spy

177: Theodora I, Byzantine Empress
178: Wu Zetian, China's only Empress Regnant

179: Olga of Kiev, Regent of Kievan Rus' who took vengeance to a whole new level

180: Eleanor of Aquitaine, one of the most powerful figures from Europe's Middle Ages

181: Isabella I of Castile, Queen of Castile

182: Lucrezia Borgia, she wasn't bad, but her family was

183: Catherine of Aragon, Henry VIII's first wife

184: Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII's second wife

185: Jane Seymour, Henry VIII's third wife

186: Katherine Parr, Henry VIII's sixth wife

187: Anne of Cleves, Henry VIII's fourth wife

188: Mary I, the real Bloody Mary

189: Catherine de Medici, Regent, Consort, and Dowager Queen of France (Depending on the Year)

190: Catherine Howard, Henry VIII's fifth wife

191: Elizabeth I, One of England's Greatest Queens
192: Jane Grey, queen of England for a whole nine days
193: Mary Stuart, aka Mary Queen of Scots
194: Hürrem Sultan, she was also called Roxelana

195: Nur-Jahan, the only female Acting Emperor Regnant of the Mughal Empire

196: Njinga Mbandi, Queen of Ndongo (Present-day Angola)

197: Mumtaz Mahal, the Taj Mahal is her mausoleum
198: Pocahontas, painting with all the colors of the wind is harder than it looks

199: Catherine the Great, no horses were involved in the writing of this post
200: Marie Antoinette, she did not say "Let them Eat Cake!"

Entries 201-300:

201: Lorena Hickok, Possibly Eleanor Roosevelt's Longtime Girlfriend

202: Victoria, Need I Type More?

203: Isabella II, Queen of Spain

204: Lakshimi Bai, The Queen of Jhansi, India

205: Mary von Vetsera, half of one of the most famous cases of murder/suicide of all time

206: Alexandra Feodorovna, The Last Tsarina of Russia

207: Stephanie von Hohenlohe, The Princess who was a Nazi Spy

208: Olga Nikolaevna Romanova, Grand Duchess of Russia

209: Gennifer Flowers, the other woman who had an affair with Bill Clinton

210: Wallis Simpson, a king left his throne for her

211: Tatiana Nikolaevna Romanova, Grand Duchess of Russia

212: Maria Nikolaevna Romanova, Grand Duchess of Russia

213: Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanova, Grand Duchess of Russia

214: Elizabeth II, currently England's Longest Reigning Monarch

215: Grace Kelly, From Hollywood Royalty to Actual Royalty

216: Noor Al-Hussein, Dowager Queen of Jordan

217: Gloria von Thurn und Taxis, Princess by Marriage

218: Diana Spencer, The People's Princess
219: Catherine HRH The Duchess of Cambridge, Possibly the UK's Future Queen

220: Rose O'Neal Greenhow, Confederate Spy During the War Between the States

221: Belle Boyd, Perhaps One of the Most Famous Confederate Spies During the War Between the States

222: Margaretha MacLeod, but you know her as Mata Hari

223: Harriet Tubman, Union Spy and Civil Rights Activist

224: Violette Szabo, Allied Spy During World War II
225: Audrey Hepburn, Actress who also had a hand in helping the Allies during World War II

226: Mary Peck Butterworth, One of the Most Famous Counterfeiters of All Time

227: Lavinia Fisher, Possibly the First Female Serial Killer in the United States

228: Lola Montez, She Toppled a Monarchy and Kept a Bear as a Pet, Need I say More?

229: Carry Nation, She Vandalized Businesses...Professionally

230: Belle Starr, American Outlaw of the Old West

231: Calamity Jane, there's a Reason Her Name was Calamity

232: Lizzie Borden, Took an Axe...

233: Arizona Barker, Otherwise Known as "Ma Barker"

234: Cleopatra I Syra, Queen of Ancient Egypt whose family spread out across the Mediterranean

235: Bonnie Parker, Her Boyfriend was Named Clyde

236: Mary Somerville, One of the First Female Honorary Members of the Royal Astronomical Society

237: Martha Corey, Accused of being a Witch at Salem

238: Tituba, Accused of Being a Witch at Salem

239: Margaret Tobin Brown, otherwise known as the Unsinkable Molly/Maggie Brown

240: Violet Jessop, Arguably the Luckiest Stewardess Ever

241: Madeleine Astor Dick, RMS Titanic Survivor

242: Edith Brown Haisman, RMS Titanic Survivor

243: Ruth Becker Blanchard, RMS Titanic Survivor

244: Robertha Watt Marshall, RMS Titanic Survivor

245: Marjorie Collyer Dutton, RMS Titanic Survivor

246: Eva Hart, RMS Titanic Survivor

247: Millvina Dean, the Last RMS Titanic Survivor to Pass Away
248: Perla Ovitz, One of the Real Seven Dwarfs (Of Auschwitz)

249: Enheduanna, The First Known Author--Ever

250: Murasaki Shikibu, The First Known Author of a Novel

251: Christine de Pisan, The First Feminist Author

252: Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, author of Frankenstein

253: Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Poet

254: Harriet Beecher Stowe, Author of Uncle Tom's Cabin, which was a major factor in the outbreak of the War Between the States

255: Charlotte Brontë, Author

256: Emily Brontë, Author

257: Anne Brontë, Author
258: Laura Ingalls Wilder, Author

259: Coco Chanel, Fashion Designer

260: Abigail Williams, One of the First of Salem's Accusers

261: Maybelle Carter, Musician and Matriarch of Country Music
262: Elizabeth Proctor, Accused of being a Salem Witch

263: Billie Holiday, Jazz Musician

264: Magda Gabor, Actress

265: Zsa Zsa Gabor, Actress

266: Eva Gabor, Actress

267: Betty White, She's Literally Older Than Sliced Bread, Guys

268: Marilyn Monroe, Actress

269: Maya Angelou, Poet and Actress

270: Shirley Temple, Actress and Diplomat

271: June Carter Cash, Musician, Member of the Carter Family, and Johnny Cash's Wife

272: Loretta Lynn, Country Music Legend

273: Elizabeth Taylor, Actress

274: Jayne Mansfield, Actress and Mother of Mariska Hargitay

275: Joan Rivers, Comedian

276: Abigail Faulkner Sr., Accused of being a Salem Witch

277: Rebecca Nurse, Accused of being a Salem Witch

278: Aretha Franklin, Musician

279: Janis Joplin, Musician and Member of the Twenty-Seven Club

280: Adrienne de Noailles La Fayette, The Wife of America's Favorite Frenchman

281: Mariya Oktyabrskaya, Soviet Tank Driver During World War II

282: Cherilyn Sarkisian, aka Cher

283: Julie d'Aubigny, The Bisexual Sword Swinging Opera Singer

284: Karen Carpenter, Musician Whose Tragic Death Brought Eating Disorders to the National Attention

285: Kathryn Bigelow, The First Female Film Director to win a Best Director Academy Award

286: Madonna Ciccone, aka Madonna

287: Gia Carangi, The World's First Supermodel

288: Whitney Houston, Musician

289: Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy, Model and Wife of John F Kennedy Jr

290: Antonina Żabiński, The Zookeeper's Wife

291: Angelina Jolie, Actress, Director, and Humanitarian

292: Sarah Palin, Politician and Reality TV Star

293: Selena Quintanilla-Perez, Musician
294: Edith Piaf, Musician and Actress
295: Stefani Germanotta, aka Lady Gaga

296: Erzsebet Bathory, Possibly one of the Most Prolific Serial Killers of All Time

297: Heather O'Rourke, "They're Here!"
298: Stephanie Freed, Co-Founder and CEO of Rapha House International

299: Anna Nicole Smith, Model and Playboy Playmate

300: Lucille Ball, I Love Lucy too!

Entries 301-400:

301: Florence Foster Jenkins, the Not Very Professional Soprano

302: Julia Child, Celebrity Chef

303: Francesca Hilton, Actress and Heiress

304: Lisa Ling, Journalist

305: Linda Hamilton, Actress

306: Catherine Zeta-Jones, Actress

307: Maggie Smith, Actress

308: Tyra Banks, You Better Smize for Me!

309: Mimi Haist, Queen Mimi

310: Queen Latifah, Musician and Actress

311: Laili Ali, Retired Professional Boxer

312: Sigourney Weaver, Actress

313: General Ann E Dunwoody, The First Woman to Become a Four-Star General in the US Army

314: Condoleezza Rice, Politician

315: Janet Yellen, Former Chair of the United States Federal Reserve

316: Heidi Fleiss, Hollywood's Most Notorious Madam

317: Jodie Foster, Actress and Director

318: Ellen DeGeneres, Comedian and Actress

319: Anneliese Michel, Exorcism Victim

320: Zoë Saldana, Actress, Model, and Dancer

321: Hattie McDaniel, The First African-American to win an Academy Award

322: Meira Kumar, India's First Female Speaker of the Lok Sabha

323: Juliette Lewis, Actress

324: Sonia Gandhi, Former President of the Indian National Congress (Party)

325: Judge Jeanine Pirro, There's not a lot she wasn't the First Female of in terms of law positions in Westchester County

326: Sushma Swaraj, Former Minister of India's Internal Affairs

327: Emma Watson, Actress

328: Maria Milagro de Hoyos, Sadly, she's known for what happened to her corpse after her death

329: Bindi Irwin, Conservationist

330: Lillie Langtry, Scandalous Actress

331: Stephanie of Monaco, Princess and Singer

332: Amy Winehouse, Singer

333: Jeanette Churchill, So much more than Winston's Mum

334: Jennifer Lee, Director, Screenwriter, and More

335: Ida B Wells, Journalist and Activist

336: Carrie Buck, America's Most Famous Victim of the Eugenics Movement

337: Misty May-Treanor, Retired Professional Volleyball Player

338: Lynne Chinn, Mosaic Artist and the Best Aunt Ever!

339: Moll King, One of History's Most Notorious Pickpockets (or was she?)

340: Brenda Chapman, Academy Award Winning Director

341: Phillis Wheatley, Groundbreaking Poet

342: Catterina Vizzani, a Renaissance Lesbian Crossdresser

343: Marsha P Johnson, LGBT+ Activist

344: Tomoe Gozen, Samurai Warrior

345: Fu Hao, Military General and Priestess

346: Tamar, King of Georgia

347: Dr. Mayim Bialik, PhD, Actress and Neuroscientist

348: Zenobia, Empress of Palmyra in Present-day Syria

349: Monica Mitro, Executive Producer of the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show

350: Grace Bedell Billings, Dear Mr. Lincoln...

351: Katherine Johnson, Physicist and Hidden Figure

352: Jane C Wright, Oncologist and Pioneering Cancer Researcher

353: Lady Godiva, Countess of Merica, Avert Ye Gaze Children!

354: Rosalyn Yalow, Medical Physicist

355: Esther Lederberg, Microbiologist

356: Vera Rubin, Astronomer

357: Annie Easley, Computer Programmer

358: Sylvia Earle, Marine Biologist

359: Patricia Bath, Ophthalmologist

360: Christiane Nusslein-Volhard, Nobel Prize Winning Biologist

361: Jocelyn Bell Burnell, Astrophysicist

362: Sau Lan Wu, Particle Physicist

363: Ruth Handler, Invented Barbie

364: Katia Krafft, Volcanologist

365: May-Britt Moser, Psychologist and Neuroscientist

366: Maryam Mirzakhani, Pioneering Mathematician

367: Maria Mitchell, the First Female Astronomer in the United States

368: Emily Warren Roebling, Engineer Noted for Her Work in Completing the Brooklyn Bridge

369: Sofia Kovalevskaya, Pioneering Mathematician

370: Irene Joliot-Curie, Marie's Daughter and a Scientist in Her Own Right

371: Janaki Ammal, Botanist

372: Anna J Harrison, the First Woman Elected President of the American Chemical Society

373: Mary Leakey, Paleoanthropologist

374: Edith Flanigen, Chemist Who Holds Over 100 Patents

375: Ada Yonath, Crystallographer Who Identified the Structure of the Ribosome

376: Shirley Ann Jackson, Physicist

377: Linda B Buck, Physiologist

378: Françoise Barré-Sinoussi, The Virologist Who Co-Discovered HIV

379: Tessy Thomas, Missile Engineer

380: Edith Hahn Beer, The Nazi Officer's Wife

381: Christine Maria Margarete Denner, Saved Edith Hahn's Life

382: Lise Meitner, Nuclear Physicist

383: Lillian Gilbreth, Psychologist and Industrial Engineer

384: Emmy Noether, Mathematician

385: Edith Clarke, the First Female Electrical Engineer

386: Marjory Stoneman Douglas, Conservationist

387: Alice Ball, Chemist Who Created the First Real Leprosy Treatment

388: Gerty Cori, Biochemist

389: Joan Beauchamp Procter, Zoologist and Herpetologist

390: Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin, Astronomer Who Discovered What Makes the Universe

391: Barbara McClintock, Cytogeneticist

392: Maria Goeppert Mayer, Theoretical Physicist

393: Rachel Carson, Marine Biologist and Conservationist

394: Rita Levi-Montalcini, Neurologist and Physician

395: Dorothy Hodgkin, Biochemist and Crystallographer

396: Chien-Shiung Wu, Experimental Physicist

397: Mamie Phipps Clark, Psychologist Who Focused on The Effects of Segregation in Small Children

398: Gertrude Elion, Pharmacologist

399: Gilda Radner, Comedian and Actress

400: Lisa Marie Presley, Singer, Songwriter, and Elvis's Daughter

Entries 401-500:

401: Elizabeth Cowell, First Female TV Announcer

402: Barbra Streisand, Multifaceted Entertainer

403: Barbi Benton, Model, Actress, and Singer

404: Margaret Keane, Artist Known for her "Big Eyes" Paintings

405: Angelique Cottin, The Electromagnetic Girl

406: Maria Sibylla Merian, Entomologist and Scientific Illustrator

407: Wang Zhenyi, Astronomer and Author

408: Leonore Goldschmidt, Schoolteacher Who Continued to Teach Jewish Children in Hitler's Berlin

409: Karen Horney, Psychoanalyst Famous For Questioning Freudian Views

410: Florence Bascom, the First Female Geologist to Join the US Geologic Survey

411: Mary Agnes Chase, Botanist and Social Activist

412: Elena Cornaro Piscopia, the First Woman to Ever Earn a Doctoral Degree

413: Sybilla Masters, The First Person in the American Colonies to be Granted an English Patent

414: Caroline Herschel, Astronomer Who Discovered Several Comets

415: Marie Daly, the First African American Woman to Receive a PhD in Chemistry

416: Kubaba, The Only Woman Listed on the Sumerian King's List

417: Gertrude Ederle, the First Woman to Swim the English Channel

418: Madeline Stuart, One of the First Professional Models to be Born With Down Syndrome

419: Junko Tabei, the First Woman to Climb Mt. Everest

420: Casey Legler, The First Woman to Be Contracted as a Male Model

421: Barbara Washburn, the First Woman to Climb Mt. Denali

422: Nancy Lieberman, The First Woman to Coach a Men's Professional Sports Team

423: Joan Whitney-Payson, the First Woman to Buy Major Interest Into a North American Sports League Team

424: Manon Rheaume, The First Woman to Work as a Goalie on a Professional Hockey Team

425: Lizzie Arlington, The First Woman to Play on a Men's Professional Baseball Team

426: Jackie Mitchell, At the Age of Seventeen She Struck Out Babe Ruth & Lou Gehrig

427: Julie Krone, The First Female Horse Jockey to Win the Triple Crown

428: Lydia Nsekere, Member of the International Olympics Committee & The FIFA Executive Council

429: Michele Roberts, Executive Director of the National Basketball Players Association

430: Annie K Londonderry, The First Woman to Bicycle Around the World

431: Charlotte Cooper Sterry, Tennis Player and Olympic Athlete Who Won Five Wimbledon Titles

432: Althea Gibson, The First Person of African American Descent to Win a Grand Slam Title

433: Capt. Mildred H McAfee Horton, Director of the WAVES During World War II

434: Anna D Allen, World War II Veteran and Schoolteacher

435: Maxine Dale, World War II Veteran, Machinist, and Mother

436: Lucie Aubrac, Schoolteacher and Member of the French Resistance

437: Tsai Ing-Wen, President of the Republic of China (Taiwan)

438: Rachel Wall, Possibly America's First Female Pirate

439: Doris Bohrer, Allied Spy and Deputy Head of Counterintelligence at the CIA

440: Constance Markievicz, First Woman Elected to British Parliament (Never Took Her Seat)

441: Willie Mallory, Protective Mother and Figure in the Fight Against Eugenics

442: Joanne Hayes-White, The First Woman to Serve as Chief of San Francisco's Fire Department

443: Doris Buck Figgins, Victim of the United States Eugenics Movement

444: Josephine S Lowell, Philanthropist and Advocate For Various Social Welfare Programs

445: Helen Graham-Gill PhD, Mother, Grandmother, Teacher, and so Much More

446: Minnie Vautrin, Missionary Forever Haunted By What She Witnessed During the Rape of Nanking

447: Carlina White, Abducted Child Who Solved Her Own Kidnapping

448: Andreja Pejic, Before Her Transition She was The First Completely Androgynous Supermodel in the World

449: Maude Steane, One of Eight Canadian Women Confirmed Killed in Action During World War II

450: Erika Ervin, Otherwise Known as Amazon Eve

451: Lina Medina, Youngest Confirmed Human Mother in Medical History

452: Nebet, Vizier to Pharaoh Pepi I (6th Dynasty)

453: Mum Zi, Possibly the World's Youngest Grandmother, Becoming One at the Age of 17

454: Leyla Mafi, Mentally Ill Girl Who was Flogged For Child Prostitution in Iran

455: Margaret Isabella Breen McMahon, Last Survivor of the Donner Party

456: Kayla Mueller, Human Rights Activist Murdered by the Islamic State

457: Sister Lucia Santos, One of the Fatima Prophecy Receivers

458: Chyna, Professional WWF Wrestler

459: Josephine de Beauharnais Bonaparte, Empress of France

460: Sajida Talfah, First Wife of Saddam Hussein

461: Ann Rutledge, Reportedly Abraham Lincoln's First Love

462: Samira Shahbandar, Saddam Hussein's Second Wife

463: Natalie Gulbis, Professional Golfer

464: Ko Yong-Hui, Kim Jong-Il's Wife and Kim Jong-Un's Mother

465: Bridget Driscoll, First Person Killed by an Automobile in the United Kingdom

466: Mary Toft, Was Able to Convince the General Public She was Giving Birth to Rabbits

467: Safia Farkash El Hadad, Former First Lady of Libya

468: Amal al-Sadah, One of Osama Bin Laden's Wives

469: Nadezhda Alliluyeva Stalina, Joseph Stalin's Second Wife

470: Gudiya, Five Year Old Rape Victim Who Finally Got Justice

471: Qiu Jin, China's Joan of Arc

472: Priyaleen Singh, Archaeological Conservationist

473: Deborah Lipstadt, Shoah Historian

474: Paulita Maxwell, Billy the Kid's Girlfriend

475: Irena Sendler, Savior of Children During the Shoah
476: Lorllys Ramos Acevedo, Former Head of the Venezuelan Aviation Accident Unit

477: Jane Haining, Missionary and One of Ten Confirmed Scotsmen to Have Died in a Nazi Concentration Camp

478: Khieu Ponnary, Pol Pot's First (And Later Ex) Wife

479: Jo Ann Jenkins, CEO of AARP

480: Sharbat Gula, Photography Subject Known as the Afghan Girl

481: Rose Mofford, The First Female Governor of Arizona

482: Jan Brewer, Former Governor of Arizona
483: Irma Eckler Landmesser, She and Her Husband Are Remembered For Their Heartbreaking Real Life Story

484: Margaret Hamilton, Retired NASA Computer Code Writer

485: Whang-od Oggay, The World's Oldest Tattoo Artist
486: Lauren Holiday, Retired Olympic Soccer Player

487: Maud Wagner, First Known Female Tattoo Artist in the United States

488: Mary Whiton Calkins, First Woman Elected President of the American Psychological Association

489: Margaret Floy Washburn, First Woman to Earn a PhD in Psychology

490: McKenna Dahl, Paralympian Rifle Shooter

491: Yao Niang, Chinese Court Dancer Remembered Today For Popularizing the Lotus Foot
492: Roberta Cordano, First Deaf Woman to Become President of a United States University

493: Trisha Prabhu, Computer Code Writer Who Appeared on Shark Tank
494: Phiona Mutesi, Queen of Katwe

495: Annie Edson Taylor, First Person to Survive Falling Down Niagara Falls in a Barrel

496: Mary Brooks, Director of the United States Mint from 1969 to 1977

497: Jaya Varma Sinha, Manager of the South Eastern Indian Railways System

498: Daisy Ashford, Wrote Her First Novel Aged Nine

499: Harriet Quimby, The First United States Woman to Earn Her Pilot's License

500: Nicole Brown Simpson, Actress and Mother of Two

Entries 501 to 600:

501: Viola Davis, Academy Award Winning Actress

502: Alice Perrers, Mistress to Edward III

503: Rahat Khan, The Hockey Queen of Pakistan

504: Caroline Lacroix, Mistress of Leopold II

505: Anne Royall, The First Female Journalist to Interview a US President

506: Laurie Hernandez, Olympic Gold Medal Gymnast

507: Toni Basil, Choreographer and One Hit Wonder

508: Debbie Allen, Multi-talented Choreographer

509: Mae Capone, Al Capone's Wife

510: Emily Mather, Murder Victim and Folk Figure

511: Polly Nichols, the First of Five Women Confirmed to Have Been Murdered by Jack the Ripper

512: Gabrielle d’Estrees, Mistress of Henri IV of France

513: Katharina Schratt, Mistress of Franz Josef of Austria-Hungary

514: Joanna of Castile, Queen of Aragon and Castile

515: Kathryn Beaumont, Voice Actress and Disney Legend

516: Eleanor Audley, Actress
517: Barbara Luddy, Voice Actress and Radio Star
518: Priscilla Presley, Business Magnate and Ex-Wife of Elvis Presley
519: Alexandra of Bavaria, Slightly Eccentric Princess

520: Enriqueta Marti,Serial Killer of Children

521: Roza Shanina, Soviet Sniper with Fifty-Nine Confirmed Kills

522: Sharon Tate, Actress and Murder Victim

523: Rosalia Lombardo, Famous Child Mummy Whose Corpse Is Known to Seemingly "Blink" at Times

524: Santa Innocenia, Mexican Saint Famous For the Fact Her Corpse "Blinks" at Times

525: Mary Pearcey, Murderess

526: Sally Hemings, Thomas Jefferson's Secret No Longer

527: Bianca Cappello, Mistress of Francesco de Medina

528: Mary Von Waldersee, Philanthropist and Possible Mistress of Wilhelm II

529: Laverne Cox, Actress and LGBT+ Advocate

530: Dorothy Count-Scoggins, One of the First Students Brought in To Help End Segregation in Charlotte Schools

531: Evelyn McHale, Subject of LIFE Magazine's "A Beautiful Suicide" Photograph

532: Kathrine Switzer, The First Woman to Run the Boston Marathon

533: Hannah Stilley Gorby, Possibly the Oldest Woman Ever Photographed

534: Irene Drummond, Head Nurse Killed in the Bangka Island Massacre

535: Vivan (Bullwinkel) Statham, The Only Survivor of the Bangka Island Massacre

536: Linda Lovelace, Porn Star Who Went on to Become a Born-Again Christian

537: Caroline Kennedy, Diplomat and Daughter of President John F Kennedy

538: Maila Nurmi, Actress Who Brought Vampira to Life

539: Emily Wilde, Oscar Wilde's Half-Sister

540: Mary Wilde, Oscar Wilde's Half-Sister

541: Julia Agrippina, The First Empress of Rome

542: Faustina the Elder, Empress of Rome

543: Vibia Sabina, Empress of Rome

544: Empress Matilda, Empress of the Holy Roman Empire and Queen of England

545: Claudia Octavia, Empress of Rome

546: Dorothy Garrod, First Woman to Hold an Oxford Chair and Archaeologist

547: Sarah Anzick, Molecular Biologist

548: Anya Ayoung-Chee, Fashion Designer and Winner of Project Runway

549: Catherine "Kitty" Genovese, Murder Victim Whose Death Helped Create the 911 Emergency Alert System

550: Mercy Brown, Victim of Vampire Hysteria

551: Tatyana McFadden, Paralympian Who Competes in Wheelchair Racing

552: Anna Wintour, Editor-in-Chief of Vogue

553: Marie Walewska, Mistress of Napoleon
554: Amina Ali Nkeki, The First Girl Recovered from Boko Haram after 276 Chibok Schoolgirls Were Kidnapped in 2014 (#BringBackOurGirls)

555: Monica Lewinsky, Activist and Anti-Cyber-Bullying Activist

556: Jaycee Lee Dugard, Kidnap Victim and Author

557: Lily Rose Lee, Kidnap Victim
558: Zerelda Mimms James, Jesse James's Wife
559: Alveda King, Politician, Activist, and Niece of Martin Luther King Jr

560: Khoudia Diop, Model and Activist
561: Ola Ray, Model and Actress Most Known for Appearing as Michael Jackson's Girlfriend in his "Thriller" Music Video
562: Carnie Wilson, Singer and Television Host

563: Zerelda Cole James Samuel, Jesse James's Mother

564: Kajal Singh nee Sharma, Dowry Crime Victim

565: Anokhi, Dowry Crime Victim

566: Harnaam Kaur, Guinness Book of World Record Holder for Youngest Female to Grow a Full Beard

567: Sue Ellen Cooper, Founder of the Red Hat Society

568: Ines de Castro, Mistress and Posthumously Recognized Wife of Peter I of Portugal

569: Gertrude Schulte-Tenderich Sears, Founder of Tampax

570: Rena "Rusty" Kanokogi, Pioneer and Mother of Women's Judo

571: Yekaterina Dolgorukaya, Mistress and Later Wife of Alexander II of Russia

572: Draginja Obrenovic, Queen Consort of Serbia

573: Camilla, HRH the Duchess of Cornwall

574: Hannah Snell, British Soldier and Sailor

575: George Eliot, Novelist

576: Marie-Louise O’Murphy, Youngest Known European Royal Mistress
577: Lorna Luft, Actress and Singer

578: Nancy Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln's Beloved Biological Mother

579: Samantha Geimer, Accused Roman Polanski of Raping Her When She was Thirteen Years Old

580: Marina the Monk, Catholic Saint
581: Deborah Sampson Gannett, The First Known American Woman to Dress as a Man to Fight in Battle (Revolutionary War)
582: Jillian Michaels, Professional Trainer and Television Personality

583: Ulrika Eleanora Stalhammar, Swedish Soldier in the Great Roman War
584: Vivian Liberto Distin, Johnny Cash's First Wife

585: P!nk, Singer and Rebel Icon

586: Carrie Ann Inaba, Choreographer and Television Personality
587: Marilu Henner, Actress, Radio Host, Producer, Etc...

588: Greta Zimmer Friedman, the Nurse in the Famous Kiss For VJ Day Photo

589: Daisy Hilton, Conjoined Twin

590: Violet Hilton, Conjoined Twin

591: Irtyau, Scribe to Nitocris

592: Iris Burton, Talent Agent for Hollywood Child Stars

593: La Toya Jackson, Multi-talented Personality

594: Janet Jackson, Choreographer, Singer, and So Much More
595: Linnda Caporael, Proposed Ergot Poisoning as a Possible Cause for the Salem Witch Trials

596: Hedviga Golik, Her Body was Discovered Approximately Forty-Two Years After She Died...In Her Apartment
597: Jennie Wade, the Only Civilian Casualty at the Battle of Gettysburg

598: Anna Aumuller, Murdered by her Catholic Priest Husband

599: Madame DeCourcelle, the First Female Taxi Driver in Paris

600: Olive Oatman, Famous White Captive to the Native Americans

Entries 601-700:

601: Loreta Janeta Velasquez, Confederate Spy Who Masqueraded as a Man During the War Between the States

602: Yvonne Dionne, 1/5 of the First Quintuplets to Survive Birth in Recorded History

603: Annette Dionne,1/5 of the First Quintuplets to Survive Birth in Recorded History

604: Cecile Dionne,1/5 of the First Quintuplets to Survive Birth in Recorded History

605: Emilie Dionne,1/5 of the First Quintuplets to Survive Birth in Recorded History

606: Marie Dionne,1/5 of the First Quintuplets to Survive Birth in Recorded History

607: Chandra Levy, Murdered Political Intern

608: Nellie Bly, Pioneer of Investigative Journalism

609: Alice Liddell Hargreaves, The Real Alice in Wonderland

610: Billie Burke, Academy Award Winning Actress Remembered for her Portrayal of Glinda the Good Witch in the Wizard of Oz

611: Liu Chuyu, Chinese Princess Remembered for Her Sexual Immorality
612: Kikisoblu, Daughter of Chief Si'ahl of the Duwamish and Suquamish Tribes

613: Elaine Harmon, WASP During World War II Whose Battle to Be Buried at Arlington National Cemetery Dragged Out for a Year After her Death

614: Dr. Hawa Abdi, "One Part Mother Teresa One Part Rambo"

615: Antoinette Tuff, Stopped a School Shooter by Keeping Communication Going

616: Malala Yousafzai, Education Activist For Girls Around the World

617: Rachel Weisz, Academy Award Winning Actress
618: Clementine Churchill, Winston's Wife and a Political Firepower in Her Own Right

619: Marianne Cope, Catholic Saint Who Helped Those Stricken With Hansen's Disease

620: Clara Quintanilla, Art Restorer
621: Catherine E Davidson, Union Soldier in the Ohio 28th Infantry During the War Between the States
622: Rebecca Peterman, Union Soldier with the Wisconsin 7th Infantry During the War Between the States

623: Ida Remington, Union Solider with the 11th New York Militia During the War Between the States

624: Mary Galloway, Union Soldier Wounded at the Battle of Antietam During the War Between the States
625: Sarah Bush Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln's Beloved Stepmother

626: Sarah Lincoln Grigsby, Abraham Lincoln's Beloved Elder Sister
627: Victoria Woodhull, The First Woman in United States History to Run For President

628: Colleen Stan, Kidnapped Girl Known as "The Girl in the Box"

629: Janice Hooker, Helped Colleen Stan Escape After Helping Kidnap Her in the First Place

630: Mary Vincent, Kidnap Victim Who Had Her Forearms Cut Off Before Being Left For Dead

631: Rebecca Romijn, Actress and Model
632: Liza Minnelli, Actress and Singer

633: Judy Garland, Actress and Singer

634: Saint Eulalia, Thirteen Year Old Martyr

635: Sadako Sasaki, The Real Life Inspiration Behind Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes
636: Lieserl Einstein, Albert and Mileva's First Child Who Disappeared From History

637: Frances Bean Cobain, Musician and Daughter of Kurt Cobain

638: Ruth Westheimer, Sexologist Known Affectionately as Dr. Ruth

639: Aleksandra Samusenko, Soviet Tank Commander
640: Sarah Winchester, Folk Figure and Heiress of the Winchester Fortune
641: Mary Bradford Johns, Rallied Forlorn Confederate Troops During the War Between the States

642: Kellyanne Conway, Strategist and the First Woman to Lead a Successful Presidential Campaign in United States History

643: Kate Warne, the First Known Female Detective in United States History

644: Martha Borthwick Cheney, Frank Lloyd Wright's Mistress Who was Brutally Murdered

645: Rose Michtom, Co-Inventor of the Teddy Bear

646: Zona Heaster Shue, Her Spirit is the Only Known Ghost in United States History to Help Convict a Man in Court

647: Mary Mallon, aka Typhoid Mary

648: Stella Walsh, Olympic Athlete Discovered to Have Mosaicism After her Death

649: Bertha Von Suttner, Novelist & The First Woman to Be Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in Her Own Right

650: Mary Lou Gulley, Phoenix Arizona's Mystery Castle Owner

651: Angela Lansbury, Academy Award Winning Actress

652: Julie Andrews, Academy Award Winning Actress

653: Gertrude Carraway, President General of the DAR Who Led the Efforts to Restore Tryon Palace

654: Frances Clayton, Union Soldier During the War Between the States for the State of Missouri

655: Hannah Anderson Ropes, War Between the States Nurse and Ardent Abolitionist

656: Louisa May Alcott, Author of Little Women

657: Emily Howland, One of the First Female Directors of a United States Mint

658: Oriana Moon Andrews, Confederate Doctor and Surgeon

659: Catherine Masto, The First Latina State Attorney General Elected in the United States (Nevada)

660: Susan Boyle, Singer and International Sensation

661: Maria Rasputin, Lion Tamer and Grigori Rasputin's Daughter

662: Marie-Claude Vaillant-Couturier, French Resistance Fighter and Later Politician

663: Katrina Lake, CEO of Stitch Fix

664: Chita Rivera, Dancer, Singer, and Actress

665: Stephanie Murphy, the First Vietnamese Woman Elected to United States Congress (Florida Representative)

666: Lucilla, Empress of Rome

667: Mary Boleyn, Mistress of Henry VIII and Anne's Sister

668: Faustina the Younger, Empress of Rome

669: Bessie Blount, Mistress of Henry VIII

670: Milunka Savić, Probably the Most Decorated Female Soldier in the History of Ever

671: Lyudmila Pavlichenko, Ukrainian Sniper with 309 Confirmed Kills
672: Lydia Litvyak, Soviet Air Force Pilot and the First Woman to Shoot Down an Enemy Plane During a Dogfight

673: Caresse Crosby, The First Person to File a Patent for a Modern Bra

674: Phryne, Prostitute Who was Put on Trial but was Acquitted After She Flashed Her Breasts to the Crowd

675: Veronica Franco, Poet and Courtesan

676: Hannah Duston, Kidnapped and Later Led a Revenge Plot Against Her Kidnappers in Horrific Colonial Fashion
677: Lulu White, Entrepreneur and Madam

678: Sada Abe, Novelist and Geisha With Bizarre...Interests

679:  Hattie Lewis Lawton, Pinkerton Detective Who Disappeared From History in 1862

680: Ellen Craft, Escaped Slave Who Helped Her Husband Escape as Well

681: Cora the Witch, The Figure Behind North Carolina's Cora Tree Legend
682: Stanislawa Leszczysnka, the Midwife of Auschwitz

683: Theresa May, Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

684: Lynne Patton, Former Vice President of the Eric Trump Foundation

685: Marla Maples, Actress and Television Personality

686: Tiffany Trump, Model, Socialite, and Law Student

687: Ivana Trump, Author, Businesswoman, and Former Model

688: Susan Wojcicki, CEO of Youtube

689: Anne Wojcicki, CEO of 23andMe

690: Diane Sawyer, Pioneering Television Journalist

691: Susan La Flesche Picotte, The First Female Native American to Earn a Medical Degree
692: Moana Pozzi, Pornstar and Politician Who Ran for Mayor of Rome
693: Clara Petacci, Mussolini's Mistress

694: Paris Jackson, Actress and Model

695: Gretchen Carlson, Journalist

696: Toni Palermo, All American Girls Professional Baseball League Player

697: Claire Schillace Donahoe, All American Girls Professional Baseball League Player

698: Faye Dancer, All American Girls Professional Baseball League Player

699: Dorothy Ferguson Key, All American Girls Professional Baseball League Player

700: Peggy Whitson, To Date, the Oldest Female Astronaut to Ever Go to Space

Entries 701-800:

701: Janet Wojcicki, Anthropologist and Epidemiologist

702: Joanne Winter, All-American Girls Professional Baseball League Player

703: Dorothy Kamenshek, All-American Girls Professional Baseball League Player

704: Constance Kent, Murderess Who Brought Confessional Privilege to the Forefront of Criminal Law

705: Selma Lagerlof, The First Woman to Be Awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature

706: Yeardley Love, Lacrosse Player Whose Tragic Murder Brought Domestic Violence to National Attention
707: Bertha Parker Cody, The First Native American Woman to Work as an Archaeologist

708: Neerja Bhanot, Airline Stewardess and Model Who Saved Dozens of Passengers Aboard a Hijacked Plane

709: Famke Janssen, Actress, Screenwriter, Director, and More

710: Tina Turner, Singer and Dancer

711: Judith Barsi, Child Actress Tragically Murdered By Her Father

712: Guglielma, Preached a Feminized Christianity

713: Katherine Graham, Former President of the Washington Post

714: Shirley Chisholm, The First African American Woman to Serve in the United States House of Representatives

715: Sandra Day O'Connor, The First Woman to Serve on the United States Supreme Court

716: Octavia Minor, Widow of Marc Antony and Stepmother to Cleopatra VII's Children
717: Peg Entwistle, Actress Remembered for Committing Suicide by Jumping off the Hollywood Sign
718: Manfreda, Papess of a Feminized Christianity
719: Lela Karagianni, Leader of a Local Greek Resistance Group During World War II

720: Elisa Griensen, Fought in the Mexican Revolution

721: Sparethra, Queen Who Fought Against Cyrus the Great
722: Bertha Benz, the First Person to Drive an Automobile Long Distance

723: Yolande of Aragon, So Many Titles, so Little Room to Type

724: The Other Magpie, Crow Warrior Woman Who Fought at the Battle of the Rosebud

725: Margot Wolk, the Last Surviving Food Tester for Hitler
726: Emilie Sagee, Was Followed Throughout Her Life by a Spectral Doppelganger
727: Charlotte, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg

728: Senora Dona Maria Luz Corral de Villa, Pancho Villa's Wife
729: Pope Joan, Legendary Female Pope of the Catholic Church

730: Aaliyah Houghton, Singer, Dancer, and Actress

731: Anna Bågenholm, Radiologist and Former Record Holder for the Lowest Surviving Body Temperature
732: Mary Anderson, Inventor of Windshield Wipers

733: Vesna Vulovic, Record Holder For Highest Freefall Without a Parachute

734: Nadezhda Popova, Night Witch and Soviet Pilot During World War II

735: Katherine Gilnagh Manning, Titanic Survivor

736: Marina Raskova, Night Witch and Soviet Pilot During World War II
737: Terra Jole, Actress Known For Living With Dwarfism

738: Angela Hutchinson Hammer, Arizona's First Female Publisher
739: Judith Exner, Reportedly one of John F Kennedy's Mistresses

740: Marie Stopes, Eugenicist, Birth Control Advocate, and Women's Suffrage Pioneer

741: Olga Hepnarova, Mass Murderer and the Last Woman Executed by Czechoslovakia

742: Al-Khansa, Best-known Female Poet in Arabic Literature

743: Sara Blakely, Founder of Spanx
744: Sarah Morgan Dawson, Author of A Confederate Girl's Diary

745: Bartolina Sisa, Indigenous Woman Who Helped Lead a Rebellion Against the Spanish in Bolivia

746: Christine Collins, The Real Woman Behind the Film Changeling
747: Gregoria Apaza, Indigenous Woman Who Led an Uprising Against the Spanish in Bolivia

748: Joan Crawford, One of Hollywood's Most Famous Actresses

749: Phoolan Devi, Bandit Queen of India and Member of Parliament
750: La Malinche, Indigenous Translator Who Helped Topple the Aztecs

751: Phyllis Schlafly, Conservative Advocate

752: Susie King Taylor, the First African American Army Nurse in United States History

753: Arawelo, Somalian Queen Remembered for Castrating Male Prisoners

754: Pearl Hart, Stagecoach Robber and Bandit Queen of Arizona

755: Jezebel, Biblical Queen

756: Eleanore Dumont, Better Known as Madame Mustache
757: Etta Place, The Wife of Sundance Kid

758: Mary K Horony-Cummings, aka Big Nose Kate

759: Mary Donoho, The First Lady of the Santa Fe Trail

760: Donatella Versace, Vice-President of Versace

761: Valeria Messalina, Her Family Tree is a Whose Who of Powerful Roman Men

762: Calpurnia, Wife of Julius Caesar

763: Julia Drusilla the Younger, Caligula's Only Legitimate Child
764: Julia the Elder, The Only Child of Augustus

765: Sophia Dorothea, Royalty Definitely Isn't All Its Cracked Up to Be

766: Thomasine Cooper White, She Was Nothing Like Kathy Bate's Portrayal of Her on American Horror Story: Roanoke

767: Gloria Estefan, Grammy Award Winning Singer and Dancer

768: Anita Garibaldi, Fought in Multiple Revolutions Alongside Her Husband Giuseppe
769: Shajar al-Durr, The First Woman in Egyptian Islamic History to Become a Monarch
770: Petra Herrera, Soldadera Who Fought in the Mexican Revolution

771: Charlotte May Pierstorff Sipes, One of Many Children Sent by Mail Through the United States Postal Service

772: Josefina Guerrero, Leper and Spy During World War II

773: Mary Jo Kopechne, Teacher Better Remembered for Her Tragic Death at the Hands of Ted Kennedy

774: Ann Hodges, The Only Person Confirmed to Have Survived Being Struck & Injured by a Meteor

775: Gertrude Bell, Spy and Political Advisor Who Helped Shape Modern Iraq

776: Mary Frith, Notorious Underworld Figure and Pickpocket
777: Ella Harper, The Camel Girl

778: Grace McDaniels, Known as the "Mule Faced Woman", she had Sturge-Weber Syndrome

779: Annie Jump Cannon, Pioneering Astronomer

780: Yennenga, Mother of the Fossi People of Burkina Faso

781: Mary Fields, the First African American Woman to Work For the Star Route Mail Service

782: Kurmanjan Datka, United Kyrgyzstan as a Country

783: Vivienne Nearing, Twenty-One Player Later Convicted of Perjury

784: Margaret Abbott, The First Woman to Win Gold at the Modern Olympics

785: Nur Suryani Mohd Taibi, Competed in the 2012 Summer Olympic Rifle Events While Eight Months Pregnant

786: Mary Higby Schweitzer, Paleontologist Who Discovered Blood Vessels Inside a 68 Million Year Old T-Rex Fossil

787: Serena Shim, Journalist Whose Suspicious Death Has Never Been Properly Investigated

788: Sybil Ludington, The Real Midnight Rider of the American Revolution
789: Te Puea Herangi, Maori Leader and Advocate

790: Khutulun, Great-Great-Granddaughter of Genghis Khan and Wrestler

791: Nitocris, Last Egyptian Pharaoh of the 6th Dynasty (Possibly a Legend)
792: Gouyen, Mescalero Apache With a Vendetta Against the Comanche

793: Taytu Betul, Founder of Addis Ababa
794: Kate Shelley, The First Woman in the United States to Have a Bridge Named After Her

795: Carol Greider, Nobel Prize Winning Molecular Biologist

796: Tu Youyou, Nobel Prize Winning Pharmaceutical Chemist
797: Mary Anna Custis Lee, Robert E Lee's Wife and Step-Great-Granddaughter of George Washington

798: Catherine Gonsalvus, The Real Beauty Who Married a "Beast"

799: Antonietta Gonsalvus, Daughter of Beauty and the Beast Who Lived With Hypertrichosis
800: Jeanne Boulet, Victim of the Beast of Gevauden

Entries 801-900:

801: Cindy Crawford, One of the World's First Supermodels

802: Myrtle Corbin, Born a Dipygus--Meaning She Had Two Separate Pelvises Side by Side

803: Micaela Almonester, Real Estate Developer With the Worst Father-in-Law Ever

804: Alice Doherty, The Minnesota Woolly Girl--The Only Known Person Born in the United States to Have Hypertrichosis Lanuginosa

805: Isabel Godin des Odonais, Survived Trekking Through the Amazonian Wilderness Alone For Eight Days
806: Freydis Eiriksdottir, The Pregnant Viking Warrior (Possible Legend)
807: Lucia Zarate, The World's Smallest Woman
808: Rebecca Lukens, Owner and Manager of the Brandywine Iron Works
809: Julia Gnuse, The Most Tattooed Lady in the World at the Time of Her Death

810: Jyoti Amge, The Shortest Woman in the World Today

811: Cathie Jung, Holds the Guinness Book World Record For Smallest Waist

812: Mekatilili wa Menza, Kenyan Leader Who Revolted Against the Colonial British
813: Manuela Saenz, South American Revolutionary and Suffragette

814: Mai Bhago, Sikh Saint Who Fought Off the Mughal Empire
815: Naziq al-Abid, Syrian Revolutionary and Suffragette
816:  Noor Inayat Khan, Radio Operator and Spy in Occupied France During World War II

817: Catalina de Erauso, The Lieutenant Nun

818: Onake Obavva, Fought Off Her Enemies With a Large Wooden Stick
819: Charlotte Badger, The First Australian Female Pirate
820: Hester Stanhope, Part of the First Modern Excavation of the Holy Land

821: Frances Burney, Satirical Novelist Who Had a Double Mastectomy With No Anesthesia

822: Dr. Mary Edwards Walker, The Only Woman in United States History to Be Awarded the Medal of Honor

823: Dr. Oluwo Adedunmola, Finished Medical School While Running Four Businesses
824: Emma Morano, Was the Oldest Living Person in the World at the Time of Her Death in 2017

825: Osh-Tisch, Crow Bade Warrior Who Fought at the Battle of the Rosebud

826: Teuta of Illyria, Queen Regent of the Ardiaei Tribe and a Naval Threat to Rome

827: Rani Rudrama Devi, Queen During India's Kakatiya Dynasty
828: Jeanne Louise Calment, The Longest Living Confirmed Person in World History
829: Maggie Lena Walker, The First Woman to Charter a United States Bank
830: Alice Paul, Strategist and Women's Suffrage Advocate In the United States

831: Mary McLeod Bethune, Civil Rights Advocate Who Opened an All-Black School in Daytona Beach

832: Sarah Polk, Former First Lady of the United States

833: Edith Wilson, Former First Lady and First Acting Female President in United States History

834: Patsy Mink, First Asian American and First Woman of Color Elected to United States Congress

835: Eva Mozes Kor, One of the Many Twins Experimented On by the Angel of Death During the Shoah

836: Te Ata Fisher, Storyteller of the Chickasaw Nation

837: Annie Fox, The First Female Recipient of the Combat Purple Heart in United States History

838: Gruoch ingen Boite, the First Named Queen in Scottish History

839: Frances Perkins, the First Woman to Serve in a United States Cabinet

840: Constance Baker Motley, The First African American Woman to Be Appointed to a Federal Judiciary in the United States

841: Grace Sherwood, The Last Woman Found Guilty of Witchcraft in Virginia

842: Eva Peron, Former First Lady of Argentina, "Evita"

843: Elizabeth Woodville, Queen Consort of England
844: Charlotta Bass, Newspaper Publisher and Politician

845: Esther Hobart Morris, First Female Justice of the Peace in United States History

846: Bobbie Arnstein, Hugh Hefner's Personal Assistant

847: Christie Hefner, Former CEO of Playboy

848: Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Social Reformer and Leader in the United States Suffrage Movement

849: Opha Johnson, the First Woman to Enlist in the United States Marine Corps

850: Gisella Perl, Gynecologist & Abortion Provider at Auschwitz

851: Wilma Mankiller, The First Female Chief of the Cherokee Nation

852: Margaret of Anjou, Queen of England and Pivotal Figure in the Wars of the Roses
853: Soraya Tarzi, Queen Consort of Afghanistan and Advocate For Her Female Subjects

854: Mary Ellen Pleasant, Entrepreneur Who Listed Her Job as "Capitalist By Profession" on the Census

855: Dora Dufran, One of the Most Successful Madams in Deadwood History

856: Elizabeth "Libby" Thompson, AKA Squirrel Tooth Alice
857: Mary Ann Conklin, AKA Mother Damnable
858: Josephine "Chicago Joe" Hensley, Influential Landowner from Helena

859: Roger Arliner Young, the First African American Woman to Earn a PhD in Zoology
860: Harriet Taylor Upton, The First Female Vice-Chairman of the National Republican Executive Committee

861: Ah Toy, The First Chinese Prostitute in San Francisco

862: Catherine Farrell Adler, The First Female Marine to Serve in Arlington National Cemetery's Marine Corps Honor Guard

863: Cathay Williams, The First African American Woman to Enlist in the United States Army

864: Margaret, Maid of Norway, Scotland's First Queen Regnant

865: Mamie Fossett, Deputy Marshal in the Indian Territory

866: Laura Bullion, Outlaw of the Old West

867: Bridget "Biddy" Mason, Real Estate Entrepreneur Who Opened the First African Methodist Episcopal Church in Los Angeles
868: Lottie Deno, Known For Her Prolific Poker Hand

869: Doc Susie Anderson, One of the First Female Doctors in Colorado

870: Delia Haskett Rawson, The First (And Possibly Youngest) Female Stagecoach Driver in United States History

871: Angelina Eberly, Hero of the Texas Archive War

872: Sarah "Great Western" Bowman, Camp Follower During the Mexican/American War

873: Margaret Heffernan Borland, One of the First Female Cattle Drivers in the United States

874: Anne Neville, Queen Consort of England

875: Margaret Pole, Once a Traitor Now a Martyr

876: Annie Moore Schayer, The First Immigrant to Be Processed Through Ellis Island
877: Christine Granville, World War II Spy

878: Asia Ramazan Antar, Kurdish Fighter With the YPJ Battling the Islamic State

879: Clara de la Rocha, Colonel in the Mexican Revolution
880: Isabella Hagner James, the First Person Ever Hired by a First Lady of the United States

881: Margaret Ann Bulkley, One of The First European Doctors to Perform a Successful C-Section

882: Dorothy Vaughan, Hidden Figure and FORTRAN Programmer
883: Mary Jackson, Hidden Figure and the First Female African American Engineer to be Hired by NASA

884: Fannie Farmer, Taught the Importance of Exact Measurements While Cooking

885: Martha Matilda Harper, Entrepreneur Who is Credited With Creating the First Formal Franchising Business in the United States

886: Margaret Rudkin, Founder of Pepperidge Farm

887: Atefeh Sahaaleh, Rape Victim Murdered at the Age of Sixteen After Being Sentenced to Death by Iran
888: Nancy Wake, The Most Decorated Servicewoman from World War II, aka The White Mouse

889: Yaa Asantewaa, Led Soldiers During the War of the Golden Stool

890: Mary Seacole, Nurse During the Crimean War Who Was Known as the "Black Nightingale"
891: Iva Toguri D’Aquino, AKA Tokyo Rose
892: Olga Erteszek, The Queen of Ladies' Lingerie

893: Aisha Muhammadu Buhari, The First Lady of Nigeria

894: Freddie Dekker-Oversteegen, Dutch Resistance Fighter During World War II
895: Carrie Crawford Smith, Opened an Employment Agency for Women and Minorities

896: Amanirenas, Queen of Kush

897: Virginia Hall Goillot, World War II Spy Who Kicked Ass Despite Having a Wooden Leg Named Cuthbert

898: Grace Coolidge, Former First Lady of the United States
899: Sarah Shelton Henry, Patrick Henry's First Wife and Victim of Mental Health

900: Lillian E Fishburne, The First African American Woman to Hold the Position of Rear Admiral in the United States Navy

Entries 901-1000:

901: Edmonia Lewis, The First African American To Gain Fame as a Sculptor

902: Gina Haspel, Director of the CIA

903: Catherine of Valois, Queen Consort of England

904: Dr. Olivia Hooker, The First African American Woman to Enlist in the United States Coast Guard

905: Emilie Schindler, Oskar's Wife and Savior of Those on His Famed "List"

906: Capt Dorothy Stratton, Commanding Officer of the Women's Reserve of the US Coast Guard

907: Mildred Fish-Harnack, the Only American Woman Executed by the Germans During World War II

908: Candalyn Kubeck, One of the First Female Commercial Airline Pilots

909: Lady Jane Franklin, Sponsor of Several Arctic Expeditions to Try and Find Her Husband

910: Annis Stockton, One of the First Women to be Published in the American Colonies
911: Lady Trieu, Vietnamese Warrior Who Fought Off the Chinese

912: Katharine Wright Haskell, Sister of Orville and Wilbur

913: Lana Peters, The Little Princess of the Kremlin who Defected From the USSR and the US

914: Erika Szeles, Hungarian Teenage Soldier Who Died in the Revolution

915: Meresankh III, Granddaughter of Pharaoh Khufu and Wife of Pharaoh Khafre

916: Ona Judge Staines, Escaped Martha Washington's Custody by Walking Out the Door to Freedom

917: Augusta Chiwy, Volunteer Nurse During the Battle of the Bulge
918: Mary Barrett Dyer, Converted Quaker Who was Hung in Massachusetts Bay Colony

919: Claudette Colvin, Refused To Give Up Her Bus Seat Nine Months Before Rose Parks

920: Joanna Palani, Danish Woman Who Fought Against the Islamic State and was Imprisoned by Denmark For It

921: Qandeel Baloch, Model and Women's Rights Activist Murdered by Her Family in a So-Called "Honor-Killing"

922: Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Activist Who Fights Against "The Cut" Otherwise Known as Female Genital Mutilation

923: Christina Hoff Sommers, Philosophy Professor Known For Her Critiques of Modern Feminism

924: Elizabeth Keckley, Former Slave & Personal Seamstress to Mary Todd Lincoln in the White House

925: Myra Bradwell, The First Licensed Female Lawyer in Illinois

926: Imelda Marcos, Former First Lady of the Philippines

927: Geli Raubal, Hitler's Half-Niece and Longtime Girlfriend

928: Melanie Gaydos, Model Born With Ectodermal Dysplasia

929: Berta Soler, Leader of the Cuban Ladies in White, a Pacifist Group Who Advocates for Further Freedoms Under the Communist Regime

930: Asia Bibi, Christian Woman Sentenced to Death by the Pakistani Courts--She Finally Made it to Freedom in 2019
931: Seraph Young Ford, The First Woman to Cast a Ballot in a United States Election

932: Mayar Mohamed Moussa, Died During a Botched Female Genital Mutilation When She was Seventeen (in 2016!)

933: Misty Copeland, The First African American Woman to be Hired by a Major Principal Ballet Company in the United States
934: Sarah Thomas, the First Woman to Officiate a College Football Bowl Game

935: Clara Harris Rathbone, The Other Victim in the Presidential Box

936: Inez Milholland, The Suffragist who Campaigned Herself to Death

937: Alice Bullis Ayler, One of the Last Three Children to Ride an Orphan Train

938: Fereshteh Forough, Founder and CEO of Code to Inspire

939: Elisabeth of Austria, Empress of Austria

940: Elizabeth Jennings Graham, She Did it 100 Years Before Rosa Parks

941: Irene Morgan Kirkaldy, Was Kicked Off a Bus Eleven Years Before Rosa Parks

942: Tatyana Baramzina, Soviet World War II Sniper With Thirty-Six Confirmed Kills

943: Penelope Barker, Organizer of the First Women's Political Demonstration in the United States

944: Anne Sheafe Miller, First Person to be Saved by Penicillin

945: Jane Dieulafoy, Crossdressing Archaeologist

946: Natacha Rambova, Film and Costume Set Designer in Early Hollywood

947: Nellie Neal Lawing, also known as Alaska Nellie
948: Etta Schureman Jones, World War II POW and Teacher for Native Children in Alaska

949: Anfesia Shapsnikoff, Aleut Leader and Educator

950: Mother Fidelia McMahon, Helped Expand and Innovate Arizona's First Hospital

951: Toby Riddle, Translator During the Modoc War

952: Tye Leung Schulze, The First Chinese American Woman to Vote in United States History

953: Donaldina Cameron, The Angry Angel of Chinatown

954: Clara Brown, Former Slave Who Helped Settle Colorado

955: Louise Siuwheem Polotkin, Apostle to Her People, the Coeur D'Alene

956: Kittie Wilkins, The Horse Queen of Idaho

957: Ella Deloria, Yankton Sioux Ethnographer, Anthropologist, and Linguist

958: Peggy Hull, The First Female War Correspondent Accredited By the United States War Department

959: Alice Berry Graham, Co-Created Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City

960: Katharine Berry Richardson, Co-Created a Children's Hospital in Kansas City

961: Rose Cleveland, Acting Former First Lady of the United States of America

962: Rose Cecil O'Neill, The First Published Female Cartoonist in the United States

963: Nell Donnelly Reed, Founder of Nelly Don

964: Maria Halpin Hunt, Her Life was Destroyed by a US President, and Yet No One Knows Her Name
965: Andra Rush, Founder of Rush Trucking

966: Fannie Sperry Steele, Bronc Rider and Rodeo Performer

967: Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins, Northern Paiute Activist and the First Native American Woman Known to Have Secured a Copyright on Her Book
968: Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, Opened the First English Language Kindergarten in the United States
969: Eliza Cook, Women's Suffrage Activist, Author, and Education Advocate

970: Maude Frazier, First Female Lieutenant Governor of Nevada
971: Mary Colter, Architect in the Southwestern United States

972: Adelina Otero-Warren, Suffrage Activist, Politician and Education Advocate

973: Kate Barnard, The First Female Elected State Official From Oklahoma
974: Rachel Caroline Eaton, The First Native American Woman from Oklahoma to Earn a PhD
975: Dorothy K Barrack Pressler Morgan, The Second Female Pilot from Oklahoma

976: Lucille Mulhall, The First Woman Credited With the Description of "Cowgirl"

977: Abigail Scott Duniway, Suffragist in the Pacific Northwest

978: Lola Greene Baldwin, The First Female Police Officer in the United States
979: Leonor Villegas de Magnon, Founder of La Cruz Blanca

980: Bessie Coleman, The First Female African American & Native American to receive a Pilot’s License

981: Reva Beck Bosone, The First Woman Elected to United States Congress From the State of Utah

982: Juanita Brooks, Uncovered the Truth Behind the Mountain Meadows Massacre

983: Thea Christiansen Foss, Founder of Foss Maritime, The Largest Maritime Tugboat in the Western United States

984: Meketaten, Daughter of Akhenaten and Nefertiti

985: Neferneferure, Daughter of Akhenaten and Nefertiti

986: Setepenre, Daughter of Akhenaten and Nefertiti

987: Neferneferuaten Tasherit, Daughter of Akhenaten and Nefertiti

988: Baroness Frederika von Riedesel, Traveled With Her Husband During the Saratoga Campaign of the American Revolution

989: Hetepheres I, Queen Mother of Pharaoh Khufu

990: Mary Page Handy, Arizona Pioneer Whose Life Reads Like a Greek Tragedy

991: Bette Nesmith Graham, Inventor of Liquid Paper

992: Ruth Law Oliver, Pioneering Aviatrix

993: Joice Heth, PT Barnum's First Human Display

994: Yaoya Oshichi, Burned at the Stake For Trying to Commit Arson

995: Lucy Mercer Rutherfurd, The Mistress of Franklin Delano Roosevelt

996: Maharani Raj Rajeshwari Devi, Queen Regent of Nepal

997: Roopkuvarba Kanwar, The Last Woman Believed to Have Commited Sati in India

998: Florence Owens Thompson, Subject of the Migrant Mother Photograph

999: Alexandra Scott, Founder of Alex's Lemonade Stand

1000: Claressa Shields, Middleweight Boxer and Olympian

Entries: 1001-1100:

1001: Darlene Cates, Actress

1002: Camille Claudel, Sculptor and Graphic Artist

1003: Turhan Hatice Sultan, Regent of the Ottoman Empire

1004: Frances Griffiths, Subject of the Cottingley Fairies Photographs

1005: Megan Leavey, Former Corporal in a K-9 Marine Unit

1006: Susanna Salter, The First Female Elected Mayor in United States History

1007: Kiya, One of the Wives of Pharaoh Akhenaten

1008: Rania al-Abdullah, Queen Consort of Jordan

1009: Jeanne Hebuterne, Artist, Model, and Common-law Wife of Amedeo Modigliani

1010: Isadora Duncan, The Mother of Modern Dance

1011: Clare Hollingworth, Journalist Who Broke the News that World War II Had Begun

1012: Janet Parker, Medical Photographer and the Last Known Death from Smallpox

1013: Sarah T Hughes, Lawyer and Judge Who Swore in President Lyndon B Johnson After the Assassination of President Kennedy

1014: Moving Robe Woman, Helped Defeat Custer at Little Bighorn

1015: Catherine O'Leary, Her Life was Ruined When People Spread the Rumor She Started the Great Chicago Fire

1016: Empress Dowager Cixi, The Second Most Powerful Empress in China's History

1017: Sheila Abdus-Salaam, The First African American Woman to Serve on New York's Highest Court

1018: Nakano Takeko, Samurai Who Led Other Female Samurai Into Battle

1019: Sophie Scholl, Activist and Member of the White Rose Resistance Movement

1020: Sumiko Iwamuro, Japan's Grandma DJ

1021: Williamina Paton Stevens Fleming, She Literally Helped "Rewrite the Stars"

1022: Henrietta Swan Leavitt, Pioneering Astronomer

1023: Margaret Harwood, The First Director of the Maria Mitchell Observatory

1024: Agnes Howard, The Step-Grandmother of Two Future Queens of England

1025: Tawosret, Final Pharaoh of Egypt's Nineteenth Dynasty

1026: Tiye, Incredibly Powerful Egyptian Queen from the Eighteenth Dynasty

1027: Patria Mirabal, One of the Rebel Leaders Who Fought Against a Dominican Dictator

1028: Minerva Mirabal, One of the Rebel Leaders Who Fought Against a Dominican Dictator

1029: Dede Mirabal, One of the Rebel Leaders Who Fought Against a Dominican Dictator

1030: Maria Teresa Mirabal, One of the Rebel Leaders Who Fought Against a Dominican Dictator

1031: Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire

1032: Isabella of France, Queen of England

1033: Naia, The 13,000 Year Old Skeleton

1034: Dorothy Fosdick, Foreign Policy Expert

1035: Mary Golda Ross, The First Female Native American Engineer

1036: Alice Coachman, The First African American Woman to Earn an Olympic Gold Medal

1037: Giulia Tofana, One of the Most Prolific Professional Poisoners of All Time
1038: Eunice Kennedy Shriver, Creator of the Special Olympics

1039: Babe Didrikson Zaharias, One of the Greatest Athletes of All Time

1040: Melissa Lora, Former President of Taco Bell International

1041: Elizabeth Rawdon, The First Person to Undertake a Scientific Study of a Bog Body

1042: Elizabeth Hart Jarvis Colt, The Woman Who Oversaw Some of Colt Firearms Most Prosperous Years

1043: Edith Garrud, One of the First Female Martial Arts Instructors in the Western World
1044: Melba Roy Mouton, Assistant Chief of Research Programs at NASA

1045: Mary Pinchot Meyer, Painter Whose Mysterious Death Has Never Been Solved

1046: Elizabeth Fleischman-Aschheim, X-Ray Pioneer Who Died For Her Work

1047: Alice Ramsey, The First Woman to Drive a Car Across the Continental United States
1048: Sappho, Famed Greek Poet

1049: Eileen Nearne, SOE Agent During World War II
1050: Odette Sansom Hallowes, SOE Spy During World War II

1051: Andree Raymonde Borrel, The First Female SOE Agent to be Parachuted Into Occupied France During World War II
1052: Ariadna Scriabina, Co-Founder of the Armee Juive; Resistance Fighter

1053: Florence Finch, Spy For the Rebel Leaders Left Behind in the Philippines During World War II
1054: Sutematsu Oyama, The First Japanese Woman to Attend a Western College

1055: Bettany Hughes, Award Winning Documentarian and Historian

1056: Margaret Corbin, The First American Woman to Receive a Military Pension, Revolutionary War Veteran

1057: Hannah White Arnett, Revolutionary War Patriot
1058: Nancy Hart, Revolutionary War Veteran Who Made it Her Personal Mission to Rid Georgia of the Tories
1059: Emily Geiger, Revolutionary War Volunteer who Delivered a Message Despite the Dangers

1060: Betty Zane, Revolutionary War Heroine Who Used Her Apron to Transport Gunpowder

1061: Marie Marvingt, Pioneering Aviatrix and Athlete
1062: Chandro Tomar, The Oldest Female Sharpshooter
1063: Elizabeth Bacon Custer, Author, Public Speaker, and Widow of George Armstrong Custer
1064: Jessie Fremont, Author, Political Activist, and Wife of John C Fremont

1065: Benazir Bhutto, Pakistan's First Female Prime Minister
1066: Mary Bankes, Defended a Castle For Three Years During the English Civil War

1067: Deshauna Barber, Miss USA 2016 and Army Reserve Logistics Commander

1068: Berenice III, Queen Regnant of Egypt

1069: Kara McCullough, Miss USA 2017 and Physical Scientist
1070: Truganini, The Last Full Blooded Aboriginal Tasmanian
1071: Maria Gaetana Agnesi, The First Woman to Teach Mathematics at a University
1072: Caroline Crachami, The Sicilian Fairy; Considered the Smallest Person to Ever Live

1073: Lya Graf, Immortalized in an Iconic Photo Sitting on JP Morgan's Lap

1074: Dina Gottliebova Babbitt, Shoah Survivor Who Battled for Years to Earn Her Portraits Back from the Holocaust Museum

1075: Agnes Randolph, Also Known as Black Agnes, Heroine of Scotland

1076: Amy Robsart Dudley, First Wife of Sir Robert Dudley, Her Suspicious Death Has Often Left the Finger Pointed to Queen Elizabeth I
1077: George Sand, Androgynous Novelist

1078: Toregene Khatun, Ruler of the Mongol Empire and Daughter-in-Law of Genghis Khan

1079: Kosem Sultan, Regent of the Ottoman Empire
1080: Olympias, Mother of Alexander the Great and Powerful Political Figure

1081: Juliane Kopecke, The Only Survivor of LANSA Flight 508
1082: Jennie Bauters, Jerome Arizona's Most Notorious Madame
1083: Brunhilde Pomsel, The Personal Secretary of One of the Highest Ranking Nazis of World War II
1084: Anna Kingsley, Former Slave Turned Slaveholder of a Large Plantation

1085: Helen Purviance, Salvation Army Ensign Who Handed Out Many Doughnuts During World War I

1086: Amy Elizabeth Thorpe, World War II Spy Who Used Her Sexuality To Get Information
1087: Marie Equi, Medical Doctor and Birth Control Information Provider
1088: Irene Triplett, The Last Surviving Recipient of a War Between the States Pension

1089: Helen Longstreet, The First Woman to Serve as Georgia's Assistant State Librarian, Widow of General James Longstreet

1090: Ahhotep I, Powerful Egyptian Queen of the 17th and 18th Dynasties

1091: Tetisheri, Matriarch of the Egyptian Royal Family; 17th & 18th Dynasties
1092: Ahmose-Nefertari, Powerful Egyptian Queen and the First To Hold the Title of "God's Wife of Amun"

1093: Mercy Otis Warren, Political Propagandist and Ardent Patriot During the Revolutionary War

1094: Charity Edna Adams Earley, The First African American Woman to Become an Officer in the WAC

1095: Amanda Foreman, Documentarian, Historian, and Author

1096: Joan B Lee, Hat Model, Actress, and the Beloved Wife of Stan Lee
1097: Simone Veil, Shoah Survivor Turned Political Icon in France

1098: Aloisia Veit, Hitler's Distant Cousin and One of the Many Victims if the Nazi Euthanasia Program

1099: Fanya Kaplan, Attempted to Assassinate Vladimir Lenin

1100: Mandukhai Khatun, Empress of the Northern Yuan Dynasty

Entries 1101-1200:

1101: Maria Montessori, Founder of the Montessori Learning Plan

1102: Aung San Suu Kyi, The Acting President in All but Title of Myanmar
1103: Ban Zhao, The First Known Female Chinese Historian

1104: Mirhimah Sultan, Daughter of Suleiman the Magnificent and Hurrem, Making Her the Most Powerful Ottoman Princess Ever

1105: Folorunshu Alakija, The Wealthiest African Woman on the Planet (Surpassing Oprah in 2014)

1006: Beatrice Shilling, Aeronautical Engineer and Inventor of Miss Shilling's Orifice
1107: Charlotte Woodward Pierce, The Only Woman Present at the Seneca Falls Convention Still Alive At the Passage of the Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Consitution

1108: Petronilla de Meath, The First Irish Woman Condemned & Burned at the Stake for Witchcraft

1109: Alice Kyteler, The First Person Condemned For Witchcraft in Ireland, She Barely Escaped Being Burnt at the Stake

1110: Abella of Salerno, Employed at the Medical School at Salerno, Now Believed to be the Oldest Medical School of Modern Times

1111: Magistra Hersend, One of Louis IX's Surgeons During the Seventh Crusade

1112: Hortensia, Famed Roman Orator

1113: Isabel de Guevera, One of the Few Women Who Took Up the Spanish Crown's Offer to Colonize the New World

1114: Isabella Bird Bishop, The First Woman to Be Elected a Fellow at the Royal Geographical Society
1115: Jadwiga of Poland, The First Female Monarch of the Kingdom of Poland

1116: Ka’ahumanu, Powerful Queen of Hawai'i

1117: Khuwyt, One of the Earliest Known Female Musicians (12th Dynasty Egypt)

1118: Laura Bassi, The Second Woman to Ever Receive a PhD

1119: Lavinia Fontana, The First Known Female Artist to Work Outside of a Court or Convent

1120: Margaret Brent, The First Woman of the North American Colonies to Appear Before a Court of Common Law

1121: Maria Bartola, The First Historian of Mexica

1122: Marie Aioe Dorian, The Second Woman to Trek Across the United States After Sacagawea

1123: Merytneit, Mother of Pharaoh Den of the First Dynasty

1124: Mary Musgrove, Translator Between the White Colonists and the Muscogee During the Settling of Georgia

1125: Murigel, Irish Woman Who Protected Her People & Killed a Rival Chieftain

1126: Nancy Ward, The Last Beloved Woman of the Cherokee

1127: Weetamoo, Sunksqua of the Pocasset Wampanoag Nation

1128: Xochitl, Possible Legend, the Queen and Wife of Toltec

1129: Princess Tarakanova, Pretender to the Russian Throne

1130: Pompeia Plotina, Empress of Rome

1131: Prudence Crandall, Abolitionist and Educator of Young African American Girls
1132: Puduhepa, Hittite Queen Who Helped Facilitate the Oldest Peace Treaty Known in History

1133: Rosana Chouteau, First Woman Elected Chief of the Osage Beaver Band

1134: Shub-Ad of Ur, Her Tomb Contained More Wealth and Opulence Than Any Other From Ur

1135: Sophia Hayden, The First Female Graduate of MIT's Architectural Program

1136: Sophie Blanchard, The First Professional Female Balloonist

1137: Theodora III of Byzantium, Reigned On the Byzantine Throne Two Separate Times

1138: Zoe Porphyrogenita, Empress of Byzantia

1139: Aglaonice, The First Female Astronomer in Ancient Greece

1140: Agnes Waterhouse, The First Woman Executed For Witchcraft in England

1141: Alessandra Gilliani, First Known Female Practitioner of Anatomy and Physiology

1142: Mary Katherine Goddard, Postmaster General of the Baltimore Post Office & The Second Person to Print Copies of the Declaration of Independence in the United States

1143: Alexandra of Jerusalem, One of Two Women to Ever Rule Judea

1144: Angelberga, Abbess and De-Facto Co-Ruler of the Holy Roman Empire

1145: Anne Askew, Protestant Activist Burned at the Stake Before Henry VIII Created the Church of England

1146: Anne Bradstreet, The First English Writer to be Printed in the Colonies

1147: Anna Ella Carroll, Advisor to President Lincoln Who Was Later Denied a Government Pension

1148: Captain Augustina Saragossa, Defender of Spain During the Spanish War for Indepdendence
1149: Awashonks, Squaw Sachem of the Sakonnet Tribe

1150: Hannah Adams, The First Woman to Work as a Professional Writer in the United States

1151: Hannah Szenes, Poet and SOE Agent During World War II

1152: Gabrielle Petit, British Spy Executed by the Germans During World War I
1153: Epicharis, Roman Freedwoman Who Killed Herself Rather Than Being Executed After Attempting to Assassinate Nero

1154: Elisabetta Sirani, One of the Most Famous Artists in Early Modern Bologna

1155: Ehyophsta, Cheyenne Warrior Who Fought in the Battle of Beecher Island

1156: Cynisca, Spartan Princess and the First Woman in History to Win at the Olympic Games

1157: Cartismandua, Queen of the Brigantes (Celtic Tribe)

1158: Bettisia Gozzadini, First Woman in History Known to Have Taught at a University

1159: Martine Bertereau, Mining Engineer and Mineralogist
1160: Jane Dickensen, Indentured Servant and Captive of the Pamunkey Tribe

1161: Mary Rowlandson, Taken Captive With Three of her Children by the Wampanoag During King Philip's War

1162: Frances Culpeper Stephens Berkeley Ludwell, Wife of Three Different Colonial Governors

1163: Bessie Stringfield, The First African American Woman to Ride a Motorcycle Across the Continental United States

1164: Elizabeth "Baby Doe" Tabor, Rags to Riches then Back to Rags

1165: Urraca of Zamora, Daughter of Ferdinand the Great

1166: Ethel Robertson Macia, One of the First Women Employed at the Cochise County Courthouse

1167: Nellie Tayloe Ross, The First Female Governor to Serve in the United States (Wyoming)

1168: Rachel Washburn, Gave Up Being a Philadelphia Cheerleader to Join the US Army

1169: Hessy Levinsons Taft, The Nazis Used Her Likeness to Showcase the "Perfect Aryan Baby" Despite the Fact She's Jewish
1170: Dr. Ruth Pfau, Nun and Medical Missionary Who Helped the Lepers in Pakistan

1171: Sammu-Ramat, Empress Regnant of Assyria

1172: Alice Guy Blache, The First Writer and Director of Narrative Fiction Films
1173: Frances Marion, The First Person to Win Two Academy Awards

1174: Mae West, One of the First "Sex Symbols" in Film

1175: Anna May Wong, The First Chinese American Film Actress

1176: Olivia de Havilland, Actress Whose Landmark Case Against Warner Brothers Created Much More Fair Contractual Obligations for Actors
1177: Sacheen Littlefeather, Actress and Advocate for Native Americans

1178: Huda Sha’arawi, Founder of the Egyptian Feminist Union

1179: Ani Pachen, Nun and Tibetan Freedom Fighter Who was Tortured and Imprisoned for Twenty-one Years

1180: Hoelun, Mother of Genghis Khan

1181: Fatima al-Fihri, founded the University of Al Quaraouiyine in 859 CE

1182: Estelle Reel, The First Woman Elected to Statewide Office in Wyoming

1183: Arachidamia, Badass Spartan Queen

1184: Laura Eisenhuth, The First Woman to Win an Election For State Office in the United States

1185: Arsinoe II Philadelphus, Queen of Thrace, Asia Minor, and Macedonia

1186: Cleopatra Thea, Empress of the Seleucid Empire and Syria
1187: Phile of Priene, The First Woman Elected as Magistrate in Priene

1188: Erinna of Telos, Early Greek Poet

1189: Hipparchia of Maroneia, Greek Philosopher

1190: Carol McCain, Former Director of the White House Visitor's Office

1191: Claire Phillips, Spy in Occupied Manila During World War II
1192: Anna Goldi, The Last Person to be Executed for Witchcraft in Europe

1193: Jeannie Rousseau, World War II Spy and Part of the Druids Network

1194: Charlotte Parkhurst, Lived as a Man for Thirty Years as a Stagecoach Driver
1195: Zelia Nuttall, One of the First and Most Important Mexican Archaeologists

1196: Jane Sharp, Wrote the First Book on Midwifery in the English Language
1197: Elizabeth Freeman, The First African American Woman to File and Win a Suit for Freedom in Massachusetts
1198: Idawalley Zorada Lewis, Lighthouse Keeper Who Saved Several People From Drowning in Different Incidents
1199: Susette la Flesche, Lecturer, Interpreter, Artist, and Spokesperson for Native American Rights

1200: Zina D H Young, Third Generational President of the Relief Society of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day-Saints

Entries 1201-1300:

1201: Hannah Callowhill Penn, The First Governor of the Colony of Pennsylvania (In All but Title)

1202: Sister Cathy Cesnik, Murdered Nun Whose Case was Never Solved

1203: Brenda Hale, the First Female Leader of the United Kingdom's Supreme Court

1204: Sophie Morigeau, The One Eyed Frontierswoman Who Amputated Her Own Rib

1205: Lori Piestawa, The First Native American Woman to Die in Combat Fighting in a Foreign War
1206: Elizabeth Thorn, She Dug Graves For the Soldiers At Gettysburg While Six Months Pregnant
1207: Jigonhsasee, Co-Founder of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy
1208: Ann Eliza Webb Young, The Only of Brigham Young's Fifty-Six Wives to Divorce Him
1209: Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, Abolitionist, Temperance Movement, and Suffrage Leader

1210: Harriet Kezia Hunt, The First Woman to Apply to Harvard's Medical School
1211: Irna Phillips, The Queen of the Soaps

1212: Anna Mary Robertson Moses, aka Grandma Moses the Folk Artist

1213: Roza Robota, One of the Last Four People to Be Publicly Executed in Auschwitz

1214: Willa Beatrice Brown, The First African American Woman Earn a Commercial Pilot's License

1215: Cornelia Fort, Flight Instructor and the First of the Women's Auxiliary Ferry Service to Be Killed in Service to Her Country

1216: Naomi Parker Fraley, The Real Rosie the Riveter

1217: Hetpet, Priestess of Hathor

1218: Sarla Thakral, The First Indian Woman to Fly an Aircraft
1219: Jeannette Piccard, The First Woman to Reach the Stratosphere

1220: Florence "Pancho" Barnes, Founder of the First Stunt Pilot's Union

1221: Ruth Graves Wakefield, Chef and Inventor of the Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie

1222: Anacaona, Artist and Oral Historian of the Taino of Modern Haiti

1223: Hetty Green, The Witch of Wallstreet

1224: Sarah Forbes Bonetta Davies, West African Egbado Princess and adopted Daughter of Queen Victoria

1225: Xi Lingshi, Chinese Empress Who Discovered Silk Weaving

1226: Frances Oldham Kelsey, FDA Worker Who Stopped Thalidomide From Ever Reaching Consumers in the United States

1227: Anna Mae Violet McCabe Hays, The First Female Brigadier General in United States History

1228: Mary Ann Brown Patten, The First Female Commandeer of an American Merchant Vessel (She was Also Nineteen and Pregnant!)

1229: Sayyida Al-Hurrah, The Last Woman in Islamic History to Legitimately Hold the Title of al-Hurrah (Queen)
1230: Mochizuki Chiyome, Noblewoman Who Created an All-Female Elite Force of Ninjas

1231: Buffalo Calf Road Woman, The Only Woman to Fight At the Battle of Little Bighorn (Custer's Last Stand)

1232: Juliette Gordon Low, Founder of American Girl Scouts

1233: Clelia Duel Mosher, Conducted the First Ever Study on Victorian Women's Sexuality
1234: Dorothy Arzner, Film Director Credited With Working on More Hollywood Films Than Any Other

1235: Kumander Liwayway, Beauty Queen Turned Military Commander

1236: Henrietta Duterte, The First Woman in the United States to Operate Her Own Mortuary

1237: Georgia Gilmore, Helped Fund the Montgomery Alabama Bus Boycotts By Selling Home Cooked Meals Out of Her Own House
1238: Paula Mae Weekes, The First Female President of Trinidad and Tobago

1239: Consuelo Vanderbilt Balsan, Million Dollar American Princess Turned Suffragette
1240: Mother Lu, The First Female Rebel Leader in Chinese History

1241: Frances Abigail Olufunmilayo Thomas Anikulapo Ransome-Kuti, Leader of the Women's Rights and Anti-Colonial Struggles in Nigeria

1242: Cut Nyak Dhien, Leader of the Acehnese Guerrilla Forces During the Aceh War

1243: Saveitribai Phule, India's First Feminist, Social Reformer

1244: Trinidad Tecson, Mother of the Biak-na-Bato & Philippine Independence Advocate

1245: Arwa Al-Sulayhi, Mother of Yemen's Golden Age

1246: Juana Azurday de Padilla, Bolivian Guerrilla Military Leader

1247: Pailadzo Captanian, Survivor of the Armenian Genocide Whose Pilaf Recipe Would Inspire Rice-a-Roni
1248: Velu Nachiyar, Queen of the Sivaganga Estate in Southern India
1249: Mollie Burkhart, Survivor of the Osage Indian Murders

1250: Elsie Eiler, Mayor, Treasurer, Clerk, Secretary, Tavern Owner, Bartender, and Librarian AND the only person living in Monowi, Nebraska
1251: Eumachia, Public Priestess of the Imperial Cult of Pompeii
1252: Tammie Jo Schults, One of the First Female Fighter Pilots in the United States Navy

1253: Hannelore Schmatz, Mountaineer and the First Woman and First German to Die on Everest

1254:  Mary Grace Quackenbos Humiston, The First Female Special Assistant United States Attorney

1255: Beate Uhse-Rotermund, Stunt Pilot and Owner of the World's First Sex Shop

1256: Hanna Reitsch, Aviatrix and Test Pilot for the Luftwaffe
1257: Sabiha Gokcen, The World's First Female Fighter Pilot
1258: Jacqueline Cochran, Aviation Pioneer and Main Force Behind the Formation of the WAACs and the WASPs

1259: Polina Osipenko, Pioneering Soviet Military Pilot

1260: Maria Bochkareva, The First Russian Woman to Command a Military Unit

1261: Ann Baumgartner Carl, The First Woman to Fly a Jet Aircraft

1262: Alakhai Bekhi, Daughter of Genghis Khan
1263: Stacey Cunningham, The First Female President of the New York Stock Exchange

1264: Hrotsvitha of Gandersheim, First German Female Poet

1265: Margaret Fell, The Mother of Quakerism

1266: Amelia Bloomer, Women's Suffrage Advocate, Newspaper Editor, and Social Activist
1267: Helene van Zuylen, Socialite and Member of the Rothschild Family
1268: Sarah Biffen, English Painter Born With No Arms or Legs

1269: Amelia Edwards, Egyptologist, Suffragette, Journalist, and Novelist

1270: Mary Ann Shadd Cary, The First African American Female Publisher in North America and the First Female Publisher in Canada
1271: Cornelia Sorabji, India's First Female Lawyer
1272: Mary Ellis, World War II Veteran and Pilot for Britain's Ferrying Service

1273: Maria Reiche, Mathematician, Archaeologist, and Translator

1274: Kakenya Ntaiya, Social Activist Fighting Against Child Marriage and Female Genital Mutilation

1275: Nice Nailantei Leng’ete, Social Activist Fighting Against Child Marriage and Female Genital Mutilation

1276: Rose Abbott, The Only Titanic Passenger to Go Down With the Ship and Then be Pulled From the Water Alive

1277: Irene of Athens, Empress of the Byzantine Empire

1278: Elizabeth Holloway Marston, Attorney and Psychologist Who Helped Create the First Lie Detector Test
1279: Olive Byrne, Elizabeth and William Marston's Girlfriend & Author
1280: Vitka Kempner, The Avenger of the Holocaust
1281: Carole Lombard, The Highest Paid Female Film Actress of the 1930's

1282: Susan (McSween) Barber, The Cattle Queen of New Mexico
1283: Catherine McCarty Antrim, Billy the Kid's Mother
1284: Helen Barnum Buchtel, Disowned Daughter of PT Barnum
1285: Karen Carlin, Exotic Dancer and the Sole Reason Jack Ruby was Able to Shoot Lee Harvey Oswald
1286: Christine Schuler-Deschryver, City of Joy Co-Founder and Director

1287: Eve Ensler, Playwright, Activist, and Author of The Vagina Monologues
1288: Marina Oswald Porter, Widow of Lee Harvey Oswald
1289: Elizabeth Hutchinson Jackson, Andrew Jackson's Mother

1290: Laodicea Langston, Sixteen Year Old Patriot During the Revolutionary War
1291: Prudence Crandall, Captain in Pepperell's Minutewomen During the Revolutionary War

1292: Rebecca Motte, Plantation Owner and Patriot During the Revolutionary War

1293: Genevieve Grotjan Feinstein, Cryptographer Instrumental in Cracking Japan's Code Purple During World War II

1294: Nitocris, Daughter of the Pharaoh Who Served as God's Wife of Amun For Over Seventy Years

1295: Neithhotep, Queen of Pre-Dynastic Egypt & Presumed Wife of Narmer

1296: Anna Smith Strong, Member of George Washington's Culpeper Spy Ring

1297: Nehmes-Bastet, Temple Singer During Egypt's 22nd Dynasty
1298: Tamzene Donner, The Wife of Captain George Donner on the Infamous Donner Party

1299: Helen Gillis Nelson, The Wife of Baby Face Nelson

1300: Margret Keyes Reed, Survivor of the Infamous Donner Party

Entries 1301-1400:

1301: Sarah Baartman, Was Illegally Forced Into a Binding Contract With the English To Work as a Living Curiosity

1302: Anna Komnene, Princess, Historian, Hospital Administrator, and Author of the Alexiad

1303: Libby Zion, Her Tragic Death Led to the Passage of the Libby Zion Law, Which Limits the Number of Hours a Medical Resident Can Work Per Week in the United States

1304: Raye Montague, Naval Engineer and Hidden Figure
1305: Barbara Barrett, Secretary of the United States Air Force

1306: Margaret Crockett Morrow, Davy Crockett's Older Sister Whose Life was Nothing But Tragedy
1307: Mikelle Biggs, Missing Child
1308: Urbinia, Vestal Virgin
1309: Caparronia, Vestal Virgin

1310: Opimia, Vestal Virgin

1311: Floronia, Vestal Virgin

1312: Licenia, Vestal Virgin
1313: Aquilia Severa, Vestal Virgin Turned Wife of the Emperor

1314: Oppia, Vestal Virgin

1315: Minucia, Vestal Virgin
1316: Licinia, Vestal Virgin (Different From the One Above)

1317: Mkabayi kaJama, Princess Responsible for the Rise and Fall of Shaka Zulu

1318: Marcia, Vestal Virgin
1319: Aemilia, Vestal Virgin

1320: Licinia Praetextata, Chief Vestal Virgin

1321: Cornelia, Chief Vestal Virgin

1322: Empress Zewditu of Ethiopia, Conservative Empress Who Emulated Queen Victoria

1323: Lathgertha, Legendary Viking Shieldmaiden

1324: Nina Teitelboim, Anti-Nazi Resistance Fighter

1325: Hangaku Gozen, Samurai Warrior

1326: Durgawati Devi, Spy and Revolutionary Fighter Against the British Colonizing India
1327: Sahle-Work Zewde, Ethiopia's First Female President

1328: Candace Owens, Conservative Political Activist & Leader of the Blexit Movement
1329: Phantasia, Legend Who Reportedly Wrote the Illiad and Odyssey

1330: Cratesipolis, Exacted Much Vengeance Against the Men Who Killed Her Husband

1331: Pauline Cushman, Actress and Union Spy During the War Between the States

1332: Woman Chief, Absaroka (Crow) Amazon warrior

1333: Lieutenant Colonel Eileen Collins, The First Female Pilot of a Space Shuttle

1334: Lotfia El Nadi, The First Egyptian Woman to Earn a Pilot's License

1335: Karen Silkwood, Nuclear Reactor Employee Turned Union Activist

1336: Wangari Maathai, The First African Woman to Win the Nobel Peace Prize

1337: : Halet Çambel, Archaeologist and the First Muslim Woman to Compete in the Olympics

1338: Olga Skorokhodova, The Only Known Deaf/Blind Researcher

1339: Anna Freud, Daughter of Sigmund and Psychologist Herself

1340: Christine Darden, Hidden Figure Who Worked at NASA on Sonic Boom Minimization

1341: Ellen Ochoa, Former Astronaut and Director of NASA's Johnson Space Center

1342: Kalpana Chawla, The First Woman of Indian Descent to Go to Space

1343: Arabella Mansfield, The First Female Lawyer in the United States

1344: Ada H Kepley, The First Woman to Graduate From Law School in the United States
1345: Charlotte Ray, the First Woman of African Descent to Practice Law in the United States

1346: Angelina Emily Grimké, Abolitionist

1347: Sarah Moore Grimké, Abolitionist

1348: Clare Boothe Luce, The First Woman From the United States Appointed Ambassador to Another World Power (Italy)

1349: Lee Tai-Young, Korea's First Female Lawyer

1350: Corazon Aquino, The First Female President of the Philippines

1351: Asieh Amini, Activist Fighting to End Stoning in Iran
1352: Kristi Noem, Governor of South Dakota

1353: Sabine Zlatin, Savior of Children in a Small Town in France During the Shoah

1354: Sylvia Hermann, The Teenage Girl Who Helped Capture One of the Most Notorious Nazi War Criminals of All Time

1355: Martha Gellhorn, World Renowned Journalist and War Correspondent

1356: Graciela Sirota, One of the Many Victims of Anti-Semitism in 1960's Argentina

1357: Soledad Barrett, Victim of Fascist Revolutionaries in South America

1358: Kay Ivey, Governor of Alabama

1359: Kim Reynolds, Governor of Iowa

1360: Amanishakheto, Warrior Queen From Kush

1361: Amanitore, Kushite Warrior Queen & One of the Few Women Mentioned by Name in the Bible

1362: FM Miller, Marshal in the Indian Territory

1363: Ada Curnutt, Deputy Marshal in the Indian Territory

1364: Flossie Hitchcock, Deputy Marshal in the Indian Territory

1365: Dame Sibyl Hathaway, The 22nd Feudal Lord of Sark Island

1366: Lisa Miller, Florist, Small Business Owner, and the Best Mother Ever

1367: Ruth Griffin, Retired Florist, Small Business Owner, Grandmother, and Great-Grandmother

1368: Hope Griffin, Florist, Small Business Owner, Grandmother, and Much More

1369: Saraya-Jade Bevis, Retired WWE Wrestler

1370: Caroline Yale, Educator Focused On Helping Deaf Children
1371: Violeta Chamorro, The First Female President of Nicaragua

1372: Razia al-Din, The First and Only Female Sultanate of the Delhi Sultanate
1373: Tine Nys, Autistic Woman Who Convinced Doctors to Help Euthanize Her

1374: Milada Horáková, Women's Rights Activist Who was Executed by the Communist Regime
1375: Tomyris, Widowed Leader of the Massagetae of Central Asia

1376: Laskarina Bouboulina, Possibly the First Female Navy Admiral of the Russian Navy

1377: Sophie, Wife of Franz Josef; Their Deaths Marked the Beginning of World War I

1378: Sarah Josepha Hale, Author of Mary Had a Little Lamb

1379: Marjorie Bruce, Princess of Scotland & The Only Child of Robert the Bruce

1380: Anne Stuart, Queen of Great Britain & Ireland and the Last Stuart Monarch

1381: Hilda Anderson Erickson, Pioneering Leader in the LDS Church and So Much More

1382: Emma Willard, Founder of the First College for Women

1383: Harriet Jacobs, Escaped Slave and Abolitionist
1384: Lucy Stone, Suffrage Advocate & the First Woman From Massachusetts to Earn a College Degree

1385: Julia Ward Howe, Author of Battle Hymn of the Republic

1386: Harriet Goodhue Hosmer, The First Professional Female Sculptor

1387: Ellen Browning Scripps, Pioneering Journalist

1388: Julia Morgan, Architect Who Oversaw the Construction of Hearst Castle

1389: : Lady of Cofitachequi, Legendary Leader of a Native Tribe Who Met With Hernando de Soto

1390: Captain Rosemary Mariner, The First Woman to Command a Naval Aviation Squadron in United States History
1391: Judith Sargent Murray, Advocate For Various Causes Through the Use of Essays

1392: Rebecca Latimer Felton, The First Woman to Join the United States Senate--She Served For an Entire Day
1393: Hattie Caraway, The First Woman Elected to an Entire Term in the United States Senate

1394: Unknown Confederate Soldier who died in Pickett’s Charge at the Battle of Gettysburg

1395: Second Unknown Confederate Soldier who died in Pickett’s Charge at the Battle of Gettysburg

1396: Minnie Spotted-Wolf, She was The first Woman of Native American Origin to Serve in The United States Marine Corps

1397: Margaret Fuller, The First American Woman to Work Full Time as a Book Reviewer
1398:  Ann Lee Stanley, Mother Ann, The Prophet For the Shakers

1399: Mary Mildred Williams, America's First Poster Child, Her Mixed Race Heritage Brought The Issue of Slavery to The Forefront of America

1400: The Viking Warrior of Birka, One of The Few Viking Women to Be Found Buried With Multiple Weapons & Other Warrior Grave Goods

Entries 1401-1500:

1401: Sarah Boone, Inventor Awarded a Patent For The Ironing Board

1402: Li Qing-zhao, One of the Greatest Chinese Poets of All Time

1403: Liang Hongyu, General During China's Song Dynasty

1404: Ida Wood, "Everything Was Fake, But Her Wealth"

1405: Nasrin Sotoudeh, Human Rights Lawyer Sentenced to 33 Years in Prison & 148 Lashes by Iran

1406: Shaparak Shajarizadeh, Women's Rights Activist Who Fights Against Iran's Veiling Laws

1407: Dr. Adélaïde Hautval, Psychologist Who Worked With Survivors During the Shoah

1408: Carly Schroeder, Left the World of Acting to Join the United States Army

1409: Lou Henry Hoover, Former First Lady of the United States

1410: Florence Harding, Former First Lady of the United States

1411: Captain Brenda Berkman, Firefighter Who Fought Against the Sexist Hiring Practices of Firehouses Across the United States

1412: Redoshi, West African Slave & The Last Confirmed Living Survivor of a Slave Transport Ship in the United States

1413: Lisa del Giocondo, Believed to Be the Real Mona Lisa
1414: Minnie Freeman Penney, Teacher Who Rescued Her Students During a Horrific Blizzard
1415: Joan Curran, Physicist Who Worked on Operation Windows During World War II

1416: Marcia Clark, Prosecutor Who Tried the Alleged Murderers of Rebecca Schaeffer & Nicole Brown Simpson

1417: Nusrat Jahan Rafi, Student Who Was Murdered After Reporting to the Police She'd Been Raped by a School Faculty Member

1418: Peggy Shippen Arnold, So Much More Than Benedict's Wife

1419: Miriam A Ferguson, Second Female Governor in United States History and the First From Texas

1420: Anna Jarvis, Popularized Mother's Day in the United States

1421: Agnes Barre, One of the Two Green Children of Woolpit
1422: Jeanne Blum, Former First Lady of France

1423: Mary Desha, One of the Four Founders of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

1424: Ellen Walworth, One of the Four Founders of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

1425: Mary S Lockwood, One of the Four Founders of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

1426: Eugenia Washington, One of the Four Founders of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

1427: Grace Golden Clayton, Credited With Holding the First Father's Day Celebration in the United States

1428: Rachel Barcellona, Advocate & Founder of Ability Beyond Disabilities

1429: Anne de Bretagne, Queen Consort of France
1430: Caroline Scott Harrison, Former First Lady of the United States & The First President General of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

1431: Terri Irwin, Animal Rights Activist and Conservationist

1432: Alifair McCoy, One of the Multiple Victims of the Hatfield v McCoy Feud
1433: Lady Flora Hastings, Known Today For What is Dubbed the Hastings Affair

1434: Amalasuntha, She was Queen of the Ostrogoths
1435: The Younger Lady, Tutankhamun's Mother

1436: Burdena “Birdie” Pasenelli, FBI Agent Who was the First Woman to Lead an FBI Office For an Entire State (Alaska)

1437: Dahteste, Mescalero Apache Warrior
1438: Twosret, Final Pharaoh of Egypt's Nineteenth Dynasty

1439: Hua Mulan, Legendary Warrior from China
1440: Diotima of Mantinea, Philosopher Who Played an Important Role in Plato’s Symposium

1441: Axiothea of Phlius, One of Two Female Students in Plato's Academy

1442:  Lastheneia of Mantinea, One of Two Female Students in Plato's Academy

1443: Aspasia of Miletus, Pericles' Lover

1444: Lepa Svetozara Radić, Nazi Resistance Fighter in Bosnia & Herzegovina

1445: CDR Andria Slough, US Navy Combat Information Center Officer

1446: Colestah, Fought at the Battles of Spokane Plains and Four Lakes

1447: Running Eagle, Blackfeet Warrior Woman Whose Motivations For War Are Completely Different Depending on Who You Ask

1448: Among the Willows, Crow Warrior Woman Who Fought Against the Lakota

1449: Come Towards the Near Bank, Crow Warrior Known For Her Strength in Battle

1450: Lady Egeria, Early Christian Woman Who Made a Long Pilgrimage to Early Biblical Sites

1451: Thecla, Early Christian Woman Who Made a Long Pilgrimage to Early Biblical Sites

1452: Aelia Flavia Flaccilla, Empress of Rome

1453: Rebecca Bates, Half of the Army of Two During the War of 1812

1454: Abigail Bates, Half of the Army of Two During the War of 1812

1455: Judy Reed, The First African American Woman to Ever Receive a United States Patent

1456: Barbara Fritchie, Union Heroine During the War Between the States

1457: Mary Ann Brough, Wet Nurse to Several of Queen Victoria's Children

1458: Mercy Lavinia Warren, Dwarf Hired by PT Barnum and the Wife of General Tom Thumb

And Many More to Come!