Virginia Changemakers
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Ella Agnew was a pioneer in home demonstration work in rural Virginia early in the twentieth century.
Blacksburg

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Pulitzer Prize–winning author Willa Cather was acclaimed for her novels portraying the settlers and frontier life of the American Plains.
Frederick County

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Sarah Lee Fain was one of the first two women elected to Virginia's General Assembly.
Norfolk

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A best-selling novelist, Ellen Glasgow challenged southern social and cultural conventions through her writing and was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1942.
Richmond

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Social reformer Lila Meade Valentine was a founder and president of the Equal Suffrage League of Virginia.
Richmond

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Businesswoman and community activist Maggie Walker was the first African American woman to charter and serve as president of a bank.
Richmond

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A quintessential hostess, Dolley Madison was at the center of the national political scene for many years and defined the role of First Lady in the 19th century.
Orange County

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The daughter of the powerful paramount Indian chief, Pocahontas has become enshrined in American history as a savior of the Virginia colony.
Jamestown

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Clementina Rind was the first female printer in colonial Virginia.
Williamsburg

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For thirty-four years Mary Julia Baldwin was principal of the seminary that later became Mary Baldwin University.
Staunton

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