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The two spots on the forewing indicates this is a female. (Seen in second and third picture)
As plants in the Mustard family are both caterpillar hosts and food host plants, and our yards have a great deal of (invasive) wild garlic mustard, the Cabbage White is by far the most common butterfly we have.
These were introduced to North America "somewhere around 1860" (- wikipedia)