Women’s History Month Maze

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Print out your free copies of this fun Women’s History Month maze for all ages! To solve this maze, draw a line to connect Clara Barton with her stethoscope. Clarissa Harlowe Barton lived from 1821 to 1912 and was a Civil War nurse who went on to found the American Red Cross.

Help your friends and family celebrate Woman’s History Month by handing out a few copies of this fun themed puzzle! The solution is included at the end of the document.

Womens History Month Maze
Womens History Month Maze
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Famous Women in Early History

NameOccupationDate
SobekneferuEgyptian pharaoh1802 BC
HatshepsutEgyptian pharaoh1507-1458 BC
NefertitiEgyptian pharaoh1370-1330 BC
Fu Haogeneral, priestess1200 BC
Sapphopoet630-570 BC
Praxillapoetc. 450 BC
Diotima of Mantineaprophetess, philosopherc. 440 BC
Hipparchia of Maroneiaphilosopherc. 325 BC
CleopatraEgyptian pharaoh69-30 BC
Agrippinawarrior14 BC-33 AD
Boudicaqueen60 AD
Metrodoraphysician, medical writerc. 200-400 AD
Hypatiaphilosopher, mathematician, astronomerc. 350-415
Joan of Arcmilitary leader1412-1431
Grace O’Malleypirate1530-1603
Jane Greynoblewoman, queen1537-1554
Margaret Lucas Cavendishphilosopher, poet, scientist, writer1623-1673
Anne Conwayphilosopher1631-1679
Élisabeth Jacquet De La Guerrecomposer1665-1729
Mary Astellprotofeminist writer, philosopher1666-1731
Emilie Du Chateletnatural philosopher, mathematician1706-1749
Maria Agnesimathematician, philosopher1718-1799
Nicole-Reine Lepauteastronomer1723-1788
Mercy Otis Warrenpoet1728-1814
Betsy Rossseamstress1752-1836
Phillis Wheatleypoet1753-1784
Mary Wollstonecraftphilosopher, advocate1759-1797
Wang Zhenyiastronomer1768-1797
Jane Austenwriter1775-1817
Emma Willardeducator1787-1870
Sacagaweaadventurer1788-1884
Sojourner Truthabolitionist1797-1883
Mary Anningfossil collector, paleontologist1799-1847

Famous Women of the Nineteenth Century

NameOccupationDate
Dorothea Dixnurse1802-1887
Fanny Mendelssohncomposer1805-1847
Harriet Stoweabolitionist, author1811-1896
Ada Lovelacemathematician1815-1852
Elizabeth Cady Stantonactivist1815-1902
Charlotte Bronteauthor1816-1855
Maria Mitchellastronomer1818-1889
Mary Ann Evansauthor1819-1880
Susan B. Anthonyactivist1820-1906
Florence Nightingalenurse, social reformer1820-1910
Elizabeth Blackwellphysician1821-1910
Clara Bartonnurse1821-1912
Harriet Tubmanabolitionist, activist1822-1913
Emily Dickinsonpoet1830-1886
Rebecca Crumplerphysician, medical writer1831-1895
Louisa Alcottauthor1832-1888
Margaret E. Knightinventor, invented flat-bottomed paper bag1838-1914
Lili’uokalaniHawaiian queen1838-1917
Emily Warren Roeblingengineer1843-1903
Calamity Janefrontierswoman1852-1903
Juliette Lowfounder of Girl Scouts1860-1927
Mary Rathbunzoologist1860-1943
Ida B. Wellssuffragist1862-1931
Annie Cannonastronomer1863-1941
Beatrix Potterwriter, illustrator, scientist1866-1943
Lizzie Magieinventor, invented precursor to Monopoly1866-1948
Sarah Breedloveentrepreneur, activist1867-1919
Marie Curiechemist1867-1934
Amy Beachcomposer1867-1944
Laura Ingalls Wilderauthor1867-1957
Gertrude Bellexplorer1868-1926
Mary Andersoninventor, invented windshield wipers1869-1953
Melitta Bentzinventor, invented paper coffee filter brewing system1873-1950
Zitkala-Sawriter, activist1876-1938
Lise Meitnerphysicist1878-1968
Helen Kellerauthor, activist1880-1968
Kono Yasuibiologist1880-1971
Virginia Woolfauthor1882-1941
Edith Clarkefirst professionally employed female electrical engineer1883-1959
Enid Gordon-Gallienadventurer, pilot1885-1931
Georgia O’Keeffepainter1887-1986
Alice Ballchemist1892-1916
Amelia Earhartaviator1897-1937

Famous Women of the Twentieth Century to Present

NameOccupationDate
Coco Chanelfashion designer, businesswoman1883-1971
Margaret Meadanthropologist1901-1978
Barbara McClintockscientist, biologist, cytogeneticist1902-1992
Gertrude Ederleswimmer1905-2003
Grace Hoppercomputer scientist, rear admiral1906-1992
Frida Kahlopainter1907-1954
Rachel Carsonmarine biologist, author, conservationist1907-1964
Marguerite Pereyphysicist1909-1975
Dorothy Hodgkinchemist1910-1994
Mother Teresanun, missionary1910-1997
Chien-Shiung Wuphysicist1912-1997
Rosa Parksactivist1913-2005
Hedy Lamarractress, inventor1914-2000
Indira Gandhipolitician1917-1984
Moira Dunbarglaciologist1918-1999
Rosalind Franklinchemist1920-1958
Maggie Geeaviator1923-2013
Stephanie Kwolekchemist, inventor, invented Kevlar1923-2014
Margaret Thatcherpolitician1925-2013
Harper Leeauthor1926-2016
Althea Gibsonathlete1927-2003
Maya Angelouauthor, poet1928-2014
Anne Frankdiarist1929-1945
Gladys Westmathematician1930-present
Dolores Huertaactivist1930-present
Sandra Day O’connerattorney, politician, judge, first female associate justice1930-present
Toni Morrisonauthor1931-2019
Annie Easleymathematician, rocket scientist1933-2011
Joan Riverscomedian1933-2014
Ruth Bader Ginsburglawyer, judge, justice1933-2020
Joycelyn Elderssurgeon general1933-present
Jane Goodallprimatologist1934-present
Ellen Sirleaffirst female Liberian president1938-present
Wangari Maathaiactivist1940-2011
Patricia Bathophthalmologist, inventor, invented laser cataract surgery1942-2019
Billie Jean Kingathlete, tennis player1943-present
Jocelyn Burnellastrophysicist1943-present
Josephine Wandjamathematician1945-present
Flossie Wong-Staalvirologist1946-2020
Diana Nyadjournalist, swimmer1949-present
Sally Rideastronaut, physicist1951-2012
Kay Cotteesailor1954-present
Sonia Sotomayorattorney, judge, justice1954-present
Ruby Bridgesactivist1954-present
Ann Bancroftadventurer1955-present
Mae Jemisonastronaut1956-present
J. K. Rowlingauthor1965-present
Leymah Gboweeactivist1972-present
Diana Trujilloaerospace engineer1980-present
Misty Copelandballerina1982-present
Whitney Wolfe Herdentrepreneur1989-present
Malala Yousafzaiactivist1997-present

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