Madam C. J. Walker

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Madame C.J. Walkers Wonderful Hair Grower from the collection of the Children's Museum of Indianapolis

Madam C. J. Walker moved in with her older sister, and brother-in-law, Willie Powell. At the age of 14, she married Moses McWilliams to escape Powell's abuse. Three years later her daughter, Lelia McWilliams (A'Lelia Walker) was born. When Sarah was 20, her husband died. Lelia was just 2 years old. Shortly afterward she moved to St. Louis where three of her brothers, who were barbers, lived. She also joined St. Paul AME Church. Her second marriage to John Davis ended in 1903. In 1906 she married Charles Joseph Walker, a newspaper advertising salesman,

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