1838 – She was born this year in Homer, Licking County, Ohio.
1870 – She joined the spiritualist movement this year.
1872 – She is probably most famous for her declaration to run for the United States Presidency.
1871 – She preempted the opening of the National Woman Suffrage Association’s third annual convention in Washington.
1872 – She was nominated for President of the United States by the newly formed Equal Rights Party of this year.
1871 – She went to the polls for a local election in New York.
1872 – She devoted an issue of Woodhull & Claflin’s Weekly to a rumored affair.
1877 – Her lecture was called “The Human Body, the Temple of God,” a lecture that was previously presented in the United States.
1884 – She ran for presidency this year.
1892 – She was nominated by the “National Woman Suffragists’ Nominating Convention” presided over by Anna M. Parker, President of the convention.
1927 – She died this year at Norton Park in Bredon’s Norton, Worcestershire, West Midlands, England, United Kingdom.
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