9 edition of Victoria Woodhull found in the catalog.
April 16, 2004
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
Victoria Woodhull, née Victoria Claflin, (born Sept. 23, , Homer, Ohio, U.S.—died June 9, , Bredon’s Norton, Worcestershire, Eng.), unconventional American reformer, who at various times championed such diverse causes as women’s suffrage, free love, mystical socialism, and the Greenback was also the first woman to run for the U.S. presidency (). Selected Writings of Victoria Woodhull is the first multigenre, multisubject collection of her materials, giving contemporary audiences a glimpse into the radical views of this nineteenth-century woman who advocated free love between consensual adults and who was labeled “Mrs. Satan” by .
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A WOMAN FOR PRESIDENT: The Story of Victoria Woodhull Kathleen Krull, Author, Jane Dyer, Illustrator, illus. by Jane Dyer. Walker $ (32p) ISBN In the first book about Victoria Woodhull for young readers, Kathleen Krull and Jane Dyer team up to bring one of the most fascinating personalities in U.S. history to life. - The perfect book to explore the electoral process during the upcoming presidential election. - One of the most revolutionary American women has been4/5().
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It was well-researched but lazily written; the first two thirds of it were basically just reprints of news articles in their entirety.
Victoria Woodhull book What happened to paraphrasing and citing. The author took to that more in the last third that detailed Victoria Woodhull's last 40 years, which made that portion of the book a much more enjoyable and faster read/5(59). Victoria Claflin Woodhull has 20 books on Goodreads with ratings.
Victoria Claflin Woodhull’s most popular book is Elective Affinities. This book portrays Woodhull as a hero, but she was a racist and embraced FORCED STERILIZATION. She advocated for the malevolent position of eugenics. You can read her own words in the book *Free Lover: Sex, Marriage And Eugenics in the Early Speeches of Victoria Woodhull*/5(3).
Victoria Woodhull was born on Septemin Homer, Ohio. InWoodhull created Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, a radical publication, in which she expressed her ideas on a variety of Born: In some respects the book is a romance of Victoria Woodhull and her second husband Colonel Blood.
He's portrayed as the "Hero of Victoria Woodhull book The novel received the IPPY Gold Medal for Adult Fiction. Outrageous: The Victoria Woodhull Saga, Volume One: Rise to Riches (Fiction) Neal Katz, This book is about Victoria Woodhull in a time when women were defined by the men in their lives: the 's.
I wanted to read this in light of the election this week: 4/5. Victoria Woodhull (– June 9, ) was a leader of the women's suffrage movement. She was the first woman to own a brokerage firm on Wall Street, the first woman to start a weekly newspaper, and an activist for women's rights and labor reform.
This book demonstrates that eugenists have given us an inaccurate history of their movement, assigning credit to Galton, the eminent half-cousin of Charles Darwin, when the real credit belongs to a woman who was perhaps the most radical nineteenth-century American woman was Victoria Woodhull, the first woman to run for U.S.
Copyrighted material Selected Writings of Victoria Woodhull Suffrage, Free Love, and Eugenics Victoria C. Woodhull Edited and with an introduction by Cari M.
Carpenter. If you want to read a great book on Spiritualism during Victoria’s lifetime, check out Barbara Goldsmith’s Other Powers, The Age of Suffrage, Spiritualism, and the Scandalous Victoria Woodhull.
It’s a long book, but the most in-depth on the subject I’ve found. Most biographies of Victoria mention her Spiritualism. Nicole Evelina Canning Woodhull, husbands, marriage, Victoria C.
Woodhull Canning Woodhull and family; wife Victoria, daughter Zula and son Byron (Portrait, probably ) When we last left Victoria, she gravely ill, but in the hands of a. Victoria Woodhull was the first woman to own a newspaper, to speak before Congress, and to have a seat on the stock exchange.
But her boldest act was announcing herself as the first female candidate for the presidency of the United States in before women even had the right to vote. Buy a cheap copy of Notorious Victoria: The Life of Victoria book by Mary Gabriel. Journalist Mary Gabriel hews more closely to the particulars of Victoria Woodhull's life than Barbara Goldsmith does in Other Powers, but in its more focused way Free shipping over $Cited by: Book Backdrop Title: Focus Book Citation: Krull, K, ().
A Woman for President: The Story of Victoria Woodhull. New York: Walker Publishing Company. Focus Book Summary: Victoria Woodhull was the first woman to do many things: the first woman to own a newspaper, to speak before Congress, and to have a seat on the stock Size: 1MB.
Victoria Woodhull first made her reputation as a supporter of free love and as one of the only female newspaper publishers (Woodhull & Claflin's Weekly, with her sister, Tennessee Claflin).
However, Woodhull swiftly moved into the women's suffrage movement. Victoria Woodhull (born Victoria Claflin; Septem –June 9, ) was a women's rights activist, stockbroker, and newspaper editor. She ran for president of the United States in Woodhull was also involved in the spiritualist movement, and for a time she made her living as a healer.
Selected Writings of Victoria Woodhull is the first multigenre, multisubject collection of her materials, giving contemporary audiences a glimpse into the radical views of this nineteenth-century woman who advocated free love between consensual adults and who was labeled “Mrs. Satan” by cartoonist Thomas Nast.
Woodhull’s texts reveal the. Victoria Woodhull by Jacqueline A. Kolosov. Publication date Topics Woodhull, Victoria C. -- Juvenile literature, Woodhull, Victoria C.Women -- United States Internet Archive Books.
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Suffragist, lecturer, eugenicist, businesswoman, free lover, and the first woman to run for president of the United States, Victoria C. Woodhull () has been all but forgotten as a leading nineteenth-century feminist writer and radical.
Selected Writings of Victoria WoodhullPages:. Victoria C. Woodhull, "And the Truth Shall Make You Free" (Novem ) Victoria Woodhull delivered this speech about liberty and free love to a large audience at Steinway Hall, New York on Novem As you read this excerpt from the opening ofFile Size: 95KB.- Pins to accompany Episode 76 of The History Chicks podcast.
See more ideas about Victoria, History and Women in history pins.OUTRAGEOUS, traces an icon of Victorian American feminism, Victoria Woodhull from childhood poverty and horrific abuse to becoming one of the wealthiest women in America, founding the first woman-owned brokerage firm on Wall Street, and the first woman-owned newspaper.
Victoria will stop at nothing to achieve her destiny.