1.

Doll(e)y Madison, wife of James Madison, our fourth president. Without the "e," her name belongs to a line of bakery snacks, including the amazing Zingers.

2. Tereshkova was the first woman in space, going up in 1963. Sally Ride was the first U.S. woman in space, going up in 1983. Haigneré was the first French woman in space, going up in 1996.

3. Betty Ford, wife of President Gerald R. Ford. In 1978, Betty Ford announced she was entering a California clinic for treatment of addiction to alcohol and painkillers. She later founded the Betty Ford Center for Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation in Rancho Mirage, Calif.

4. The First Man was not their first. Each had been married previously before marrying the man who would become president - respectively, Andrew Jackson, Woodrow Wilson, and Warren Harding.

5. a. Race car driving; b. Professional boxing; c. Physics; d. Earliest known Queen of Egypt - one of the earliest known female rulers; e. TV anchor.

6. The first author or poet to be known by name.

7. Junko Tabei was the first woman to scale Mount Everest (1975).

8. Harriet Lane was the niece of President James Buchanan, our only president who never married. The term "first lady," technically speaking, refers to the official hostess of the White House, which Lane famously was, not necessarily to the president's mate.

9. This will be a series of collectible coins memorializing the first ladies of the land.

10. They taught their husbands to write English.

11. Hillary Rodham Clinton. Eleanor Roosevelt received an honorary degree; Lady Bird Johnson earned a law degree, but never practiced.