First of all, I completely forgot to publish this list when I was going to do as such, which was March 31st, 2021! Sorry about that!
Since I'm not a woman, I can't fully say I understand what it's like to be oppressed due to my sex. I'm also not claiming the women on this list are the absolute most influential women in the history of the USA, and I'm not trying to speak over women, since women have experienced these hardships that I haven't. I'm just composing a list of women who have had a major influence in the history of the USA, from my research, and of course, it's my opinion.
Let's get this list started.
Mary Boberry(1985-Present)-Plus Size Fashion Model
Mary Boberry is plus-size Fashion Model living in San Francisco, California. Despite her size, she is also a Human Resources Manager, and now preaches for companies to be open to hiring women of all sizes. She's also into fitness, and has recently began a plus-size "gym".
Clare Boothe Luce(1903-1987)-Author
Clare Luce was an author, and a conservative politician, as well as a U.S. ambassador to Italy and Brazil. She was the first woman appointed to an ambassadorial role abroad. Luce served in the House of Representatives from 1943-1974.
Sandra Day O'Connor(1930-Present)-Lawyer
A lawyer, Sandra O’Connor became a celebrated judge and eventually the first female justice on the Supreme Court, serving from 1981-2006. The late President Ronald Reagan appointed her at that time.
Muriel F. Siebert(1928-2013)-Financial Firm Head
Muriel Sibert was known as “the first woman of finance,” because she was the first woman to head a firm traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
Margaret Chase Smith(1897-1995)-Politician
A Republican politician, Margaret Smith served in the House of Representatives from 1940-1949 and the Senate from 1949-1973. She was the first woman to serve in both houses of Congress.
Autumn Nelson(1994-Present)-Social Media Influencer
Autumn Nelson was born in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, moved to the panhandle in Florida, and lived in New York City, New York for some time, and now lives in San Diego, California, and according to her, she wouldn't want it any other way. Despite the fact she was worked in the medical field in the past, she now uses her Instagram, and other social media platforms to empower young women, and make them feel comfortable in their own bodies.
Harriet Beecher Stowe(1811-1896)-Slave Abolitionist
Harriet Stowe's most well-known work is the novel “Uncle Tom’s Cabin,” which portrayed the impact of slavery on families and children. Its impact led to Stowe’s meeting with President Abraham Lincoln.
I didn't create this list in any particular order, but I decided to save the best for last. Harriet Tubman was the most influential woman in USA History in my opinion. Tubman escaped from slavery in 1849 and became a famous “conductor” of the Underground Railroad. Tubman risked her life to lead hundreds of slaves to freedom using that secret network of safe houses.