She was the first woman to be elected to statewide public office in the United States, helped draft the Oklahoma Constitution and was a fierce advocate for children, the disabled and less fortunate. Catherine Barnard, or "Saint Kate," as she was known, was an early trailblazer for human rights and equality in America and one of the most influential figures in Oklahoma history. This week on LoyalTV, join us at the Oklahoma Territorial Museum to learn about the life of a woman who was ahead of her time.