|Birth Day||May 27, 1818|
|Birth Place||New York|
|Age||201 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Dec 30, 1894 (age 76)|
Remembered for her nineteenth-century activism on behalf of the temperance and women's rights movements, she edited a women's periodical called The Lily and was present at the famous 1848 Seneca Falls Convention.
She spent her early adulthood years working as a governess to the young children of Oren Chamberlain.
"Bloomers," the key component of a mid-nineteenth-century women's clothing trend, were named in her honor.
Her marriage to Lawyer Dexter Bloomer began when she was in her early twenties. A native of Homer, New York, she died in Council Bluffs, Iowa, at the age of seventy-six.