Voting has closed for the main 100 Historical Heroines contest, but 85 heroines tied with 1 vote each for the last 5 places in the top 100. Here is the second vote, just for those heroines. This second vote will determine who fills those last 5 spots in the top 100 and will stay open until Monday April 15th.
Title: Ann Cooke
Description: Mrs Ann Cooke of Hull. A widow left to support a large family in 1843, the first woman to obtain a Daguerreotype license in England. She made history as the first woman to appear in a census (1851) listed as a “Photographic Artist”.