Mary Katherine Goddard (1738-1816) is a symbolic figure in American history for being the first to print the Declaration of Independence, with the names of the signatories. She was a publisher, as well as the postmaster for the Baltimore Post Office.
She was in charge of a printing press and a bookstore in her hometown of Baltimore, and ran the Maryland Journal. She offered her services in order to distribute the Declaration of Independence widely among the American people, despite risking being accused of treason by the British. Her copy was the second ever made, and the first to include the names of the signatories.