Victoria Woodhull: Fearless Feminist

Victoria Woodhull Fearless Feminist None

  • Title: Victoria Woodhull: Fearless Feminist
  • Author: Kate Havelin
  • ISBN: 9780822559863
  • Page: 451
  • Format: Hardcover
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    Victoria Woodhull Fearless Feminist Trailblazer Jun , The fearless feminist was born in Ohio in into a troubled family What money they had was sometimes obtained through nefarious means Woodhull often worked as a medium and healer one of her customers was Cornelius Vanderbilt, who gave her and her sister the funds to open their own Wall Street brokerage business. Victoria Woodhull Fearless Feminist by Kate Havelin Jun , Victoria Woodhull is certainly a fearless feminist as the title suggests This biography for young readers gives an abbreviated account of Woodhull s life from her beginnings in poverty to joining the upper class not to mention those two runs for U.S President when women weren t yet able to vote, much less run. Victoria Woodhull The Fearless Feminist History Nearly There is one particularly glaring omission from the history books, Victoria Woodhull, the first ever woman to run for President in Not only did she run for president at a time when women couldn t vote they wouldn t get that right for another years , she ran on a ticket she created the Equal Rights Party which sought equality for men and women, as well as rich and poor. Victoria Woodhull Fearless Feminist Kate Havelin Jun , Victoria Woodhull Fearless Feminist by Kate Havelin Seems I never tire of reading about this amazing trailblazer Born poor to an alcoholic Victoria Woodhull fearless feminist Summit County Victoria Woodhull was the first woman to run for U.S president in , when American women did not even have the right to vote She and her sister also were the first women in the nation to run a stock trading business and Woodhull was among the first American women to publish a weekly newspaper. Victoria Woodhull Phoenix Rising At the forefront of the woman s suffrage movement, she was a charismatic social reformer, fearless in her challenge to the status quo In childhood, she developed a flair for public speaking, often on behalf of her father s charlatan medicinal schemes or her mother s devotion to Spiritualism. Tennessee Claflin Victoria Woodhull sister Signature Tennessee Celeste Claflin October , January , , also known as Tennie C was an American suffragist best known as the first woman, along with her sister Victoria Woodhull , to open a Wall Street brokerage firm, which occurred in . Victoria Woodhull Was the First Female Presidential Jun , Victoria Woodhull was technically the first female nominee for President in , but no votes for her were recorded or tallied, and she was several months shy of Victoria Woodhull Publisher, Editor Biography Victoria Woodhull was a spiritualist, activist, politician and author who was the first woman to run for the presidency of the United States. Victoria Woodhull Victoria Claflin Woodhull, later Victoria Woodhull Martin September , June , , was an American leader of the women s suffrage movement In , she ran for President of the United States While many historians and authors agree that Woodhull was the first woman to run for President of the United States, some have questioned

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    1. again great lady. she was not perfect and the biography doesn't try to make her a saint. but she dared to not only dream of changing the world, she put her money where her mouth was. this lady would be considered a daring woman even today for doing what she did. i am sad she was kinda erased from history because of politics and "decorum."


    2. Victoria Woodhull is certainly a fearless feminist as the title suggests. This biography for young readers gives an abbreviated account of Woodhull's life: from her beginnings in poverty to joining the upper class--not to mention those two runs for U.S. President when women weren't yet able to vote, much less run. Woodhull's life was not easy and she had to work for everything she achieved--she was a healer, a spiritualist, a newspaper publisher, stockbroker, writer, and speaker. She fought tire [...]


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