I'll take you one better, Dr. Reynolds.
Sarah J. Hale established Thanksgiving as a holiday in this country. She lobbied Lincoln for it, if I remember right. She was editor of Godey's Lady's Book for 40 years.
She lived in a frontier time, and would advise women on the western front in economical ways to make their homes liveable. She provided patterns, so women could dress well.
She was widowed young, with five or six children, and wore black until she died. (It has been said that black was quite flattering to her, too.)
I don't have the paper anymore. My journalism degree is still not entirely worthless.
Men find the silliest things to argue about.