Notorious Victoria

Notorious Victoria

The Life of Victoria Woodhull, Uncensored

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She was the first woman to address the U.S. Congress, the first to operate a brokerage firm on Wall Street, and the first to run for president. She's the woman Gloria Steinem called "the most controversial suffragist of them all." In this extensively researched biography, journalist Mary Gabriel has written a comprehensive account of one of American history's most unusual and fascinating women, who, in an era of Victorian morality, was the loudest and most radical voice for women's equality. "One of the most controversial American women of the late nineteenth century springs to life in this study that leaves no stone unturned."--Publishers Weekly; "Deftly written biography . . . of a hell-raising visionary."--Mirabella; "A meaty slice of feminist history peppered with Victorian drama."--Civilization; "Remarkable . . . warrants a spot on every serious American history student's bookshelf."--Kirkus Reviews, pointer.


Baker & Taylor
A biography of the first woman to address Congress, operate a Wall Street brokerage firm, and run for president provides an intimate portrait of Victoria Woodhull's life

Baker
& Taylor

An extensively researched history of the first woman to address Congress, operate a Wall Street brokerage firm, and run for president shares a lively, intimate, and honest portrait of Victoria Woodhull's life, often using her own words and newspaper accounts of the day.

Publisher: Chapel Hill, N.C. : Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1998
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781565121324
1565121325
Branch Call Number: B WOODHULL
B WOODHULL
Characteristics: xi, 372 p. : ill. ; 24 cm

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