First Woman Candidate Shot Down by Ellen Goodman.
The Presidential Elections. Victoria Woodhull Martin�s legacy in Gloucestershire.
First Female Stock Broker. This Day in History, Jan. 20, 1870 from the History Channel.
Victoria Woodhull, Anthony Comstock, and Conflict over Sex in the United States in the 1870s by Helen Lefkowitz. Appeared in The Journal of American History.
Women Heroes: Victoria Woodhull by Barbara Goldsmith.
Inspirational Biographies - Victoria C. Woodhull by Andrea Janel Kirk
Victoria Woodhull Martin obituary from the New York Times
Victoria Woodhull: An Unacknowledged Individualist by Wendy McElroy
Victoria Woodhull Preaches
in the South. From the
Timeline. From National Women's History Project.
Excerpt from Victoria Claflin Woodhull, Feminist and Spiritualist Firebrand by Trish Wilson
There are too many print articles to list all of them, but here are just a few:
"Sex, Scandals and Suffrage" by Francine du Plessix Gray, The New Yorker, Apr. 20, 1998
"More than 100 Years Ago, a Woman Ran for President and Preached Free Love" by Jeff Guinn for Knight-Ridder, Mar. 11, 1998
Woman Who Set
"Recovering Victoria Woodhull" by Amanda Frisken published in the Long Island Historical Journal 8:225-34
"Victorians Thought Her a Downright Scandal--As She Was," The Smithsonian, Oct. 1977
To make additions to the list, please e-mail Mary Shearer of Victoria Woodhull & Company