The Most Famous Woman In American History You've Never Heard Of!
1872 — Presidential Candidates: Ulysses S. Grant, Horace Greeley, B. Gratz Brown, Charles J. Jenkins, David Davis, Thomas A. Hendricks, Charles O'Conor and Victoria Woodhull
— Wait, what?? Who’s Victoria Woodhull and isn’t she a SHE
Yes, she is! Victoria Woodhull rose from a poverty-stricken background with little education to become the first woman to publicly address the United States Congress AND first woman to run for U.S. president. She and her sister, Tennessee Claflin, were suffragists, newspaper owners and the first women stockbrokers on Wall Street. In other words, Victoria Woodhull is the most famous woman in American History you've never heard of! Eden Valley
want to introduce you to this fearless female. But we need your help to bring this sensational story to life. Will you please join us on our Campaign Trail to tell this tale by donating to our project? This campaign is to help pay for a short film about Victoria which will be the foundation of a full-length documentary we are planning for the future.
Your donation won’t get Victoria elected President, but it will go towards making her campaign one to be remembered!
As a special "Thank you" for helping with our campaign, all donors will receive a personalized special thank you with a discount coupon for Positively Debralicious
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