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"Mrs Satan" Spiritual medium, free love advocate, and journalist Victoria Woodhull. Unknown artist, ca. 1870s.

"Mrs Satan" Spiritual medium, free love advocate, and journalist Victoria Woodhull. Unknown artist, ca.

44 Women Who Have Run for President: Victoria Woodhull

All the Women Who Have Run for President of the U.S.

Victoria Woodhull and her sister Tennie Claflin attempt to assert their right to vote in New York and are denied, circa

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Victoria Claflin Woodhull, later Victoria Woodhull Martin was an American leader of the woman's suffrage movement. In Woodhull ran for President of the United States.

frederick douglass and Victoria Woodhull - Google Search

Victoria Woodhull and Frederick Douglass. Victoria was the first woman to run for President.

1905 The U.S. Supreme Court requires California to extend public education to the children of Chinese immigrants.

In 1885 Mary Tape sued the San Francisco School District to offer public education to all Chinese children

Then in 1870, the two sisters opened the door of their Woodhull, Claflin and Co…

The incredible lives of two sisters who became the first female brokers on Wall Street

Then in the two sisters opened the door of their Woodhull, Claflin and Co…

Victoria Woodhull and her sister Tennessee

The first woman to operate a brokerage firm. Victoria Woodhull and her sister, Tennessee, arriving on Wall Street.

Hillary Clinton is the best choice for America!! ❤️   LIKE & SHARE IF YOU AGREE!

Hillary Clinton is the best choice for America!! ❤️ LIKE & SHARE IF YOU AGREE!

A few year later women win the right to vote in provincial elections in Manitoba,Saskatchewan, and Alberta years had passed when finally Canadian women win the right to vote in federal elections over the age of 21. *Asian,black and first nations people are not aloud to vote*

27 Badass Images Of Women Winning And Exercising The Right To Vote

"Women bring all voters into the world. Let Women Vote."- This pro-suffrage poster from the North Carolina Museum of History's collection, attempted to remind men (who already had the vote) where they came from. - (vintage lady, edwardian, women's rights)

Victoria Claflin Woodhull

One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library.

Miss Tennie C. Claflin (Broker)

Revolutionary sisters: Victoria Woodhull and Tennessee Claflin

Victoria Woodhull, the first woman to run for president in the U.S. in 1872--BEFORE women could even vote.

Victoria Claflin Woodhull the first woman candidate for President of the United States in 1872 from the Equal Rights Party supporting women's suffrage. I am sure that was scary trying to be a president more so back then in a man's world

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