Frances "Fanny" Wright
Season 2 Episode 4 | 6m 9s | Video has closed captioning.
Scottish-born suffragist and social reformer Frances "Fanny" Wright made history in Cincinnati in the summer of 1828 when she began a lecture tour speaking to mixed audiences of men and women -- an act so unladylike and scandalous it earned her the nickname "the Red Harlot of Infidelity." Learn more about her extraordinary life and the unique memorial that marks her grave at Spring Grove Cemetery.
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