Victor Adolphus Pépin (March 8, 1780 – 1845) was an American circus performer and circus owner most famous for being a partner in the Circus of Pépin and Breschard. The Circus of Pépin and Breschard can thus be considered the first American circus and Pépin the first American circus impresario.
Victor Pépin was a participant in the circus business from at least 1805 until 1831. He died in 1845 and is buried at New Albany, Indiana in an unmarked grave at Fairview Cemetery.
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