A turn-of-the-century American historian, suffragist, scholar, and article writer, she is most widely known on her behalf 1933 function, Sacajawea. Her previously publications are the Authorities of Wyoming, Washakie, as well as the Pathbreakers from River to Sea. See analyzed civil engineering in the University or college of Iowa. She later on gained a PhD in politics technology from Illinois Wesleyan University or college. As an associate from the Wyoming Historic Association, she founded the Wyoming branch from the Daughters from the American Trend. She was created in Clinton, Iowa to Rev. George Diah Alonzo Hebard and Margaret E. Dominick Hebard. She and Frances Willard had been both known for his or her are suffragists.