Virginia Changemakers
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Fields Cook.jpg
Born into slavery, Fields Cook became a prominent African American leader in Richmond and Alexandria in the aftermath of the Civil War.
Richmond and Alexandria

Elizabeth Russell.jpg
Setting a charitable example, Elizabeth Henry Campbell Russell fostered the fledgling Methodist Church in southwestern Virginia as a devoted adherent and through material and compassionate support of the church.

The daughter and wife of missionaries, Elizabeth Coles Bouey organized the National Association of Ministers’ Wives.

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A Unionist during the Civil War, Caroline Bradby Cook protected, preserved, and passed on the Pamunkey heritage.
King William County
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