Ellen Wilson was the first wife of President Woodrow Wilson. Ellen and Woodrow married in 1885 and had three daughters. Ellen was a descendant on slave owners and spent much of her time improving the capital's largely black slums. Using her power her voice carried over to debutantes and congressmen who passed a remedial bill shortly after her death. Ellen died of Bright's disease in the White House in August of 1914. She asked her physician to tell Woodrow to marry again the day before she passed. Woodrow would marry Edith Bolling in December of 1915.
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