Victoria Woodhull

Victoria Woodhull was the kind of person who attracted a lot of attention. Many of the things that she did were very controversial. She decided to run for the presidency at a time when a women did not even have the vote. She also had the courage to do what she thought was right even though it meant that she angered a lot of people. Take a look at the books below to find out more about this singular woman. You might also like to see the Women's Rights Movement feature and some of the features in the Biographies section.
Victoria Woodhull: First Woman Presidential Candidate (Notable Americans)

Victoria Woodhull: First Woman Presidential Candidate (Notable Americans)

Jacqueline McLean
Nonfiction
For ages 14 and up
Morgan Reynolds Publishing, 1999   ISBN: 1883846471
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Victoria Woodhull: Fearless Feminist

Victoria Woodhull: Fearless Feminist

Kate Havelin
Nonfiction
For ages 12 and up
Lerner Publications, 2007   ISBN: 978-0822559863
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A Woman for President: The Story of Victoria Woodhull

A Woman for President: The Story of Victoria Woodhull

Kathleen Krull
Illustrator:  Jane Dyer 
Nonfiction Picture Book
For ages 7 to 12
Walker, 2004   ISBN: 978-0802789082
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