She lived from 1860-1935 and she confounded and led the Hull House. She was also awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
She dedicated her life to social reform to end child labor and she joined the fight for women's rights.
Mary Baker Eddy
She was a religious leader and author who founded the Church of Christ and set the doctrine for Christian science.
English natural scientist who proposed the theory of natural selection.
Booker T. Washington
He built Tuskegee as a school and helped spread vocational colleges for African Americans.
He organized several Pan-African Congresses to fight for the independence of African colonies from European control. He also established NAACP.
The first educator to offer a psychology course in the United States.
He is known for proposing the single tax, which would take away all economic rent.
He wrote young adult novels about boys who rise from humble background to middle class security.
An American writer known as "the greatest humorist the United States has produced" and he wrote Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman
American humanist, novelist, writer, lecturer, and advocate for social reformed eugenicist.
Carrie Chapman Catt
Women's suffrage leader who campaigned for the nineteenth amendment, which would give women the right to vote.
a very large, heavily populated city or urban complex.
the quality or fact of belonging to a population group that is made of people that share a common cultural background or descent.
an institution in an inner city that provides educational, recreational, and other social services to the community,