Posted by Mary Shearer on October 23, 2000 at 23:15:01:
In Reply to: i need help with an assignment posted by Mindy on October 20, 2000 at 03:31:04:
: Hi I am writing an annotative bibliography on Victoria Woodhull, and I need 5 secondary sources and 3 primary sources. I have secondary sources, but i still need my parimary ones, does anyone have any suggestions of books or anything with a primary source for me to use? Your suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
: Thanks -Mindy
You can find links to three transcripts of speeches given by Victoria Woodhull at
www.victoria-woodhull.com/herwords.htm Newspapers are sometimes secondary and sometimes primary
sources. Since Victoria Woodhull was the editor of Woodhull & Claflin's Weekly, the Weekly should be
considered a primary source. You can obtain the Weekly on microfilm through interlibrary loan. Duke
University has a set.
Also, the Victoria Woodhull Reader, edited by Madeleine B. Stern has reproduced many of Victoria's
speeches. That's probably the closest you can get without traveling to a University that has Victoria's letters in their collections.
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