Reminiscences of a temperance advocate.

by Fred Atkin

Publisher: Ideal Publishing Union in London

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In , she marries Reverend L.J. Coppin, a Bishop in the A.M.E. Church; in , she travels with him to Cape Town to help with his missionary work. She offers temperance education to the women in the surrounding area. During her travels, she experiences a fainting spell that seems to .   Susan B. Anthony was born Febru in Adams, MA Father was a Quaker, Mother was a Baptist Father was a reformist Temperance Abolitionist Father hosted weekly gatherings of activist known as “Congregational Friends” She became a teacher to help her family financially 5. Reminiscences and Memoirs of North Carolina and Eminent North Carolinians Wheeler, John H. (John Hill), Resolutions of the Friends of Temperance of Guilford County, Passed, July Fouth [sic], [Church Advocate Press], []. [18] p. Right on the Scaffold, or The Martyrs of Neal S. Dow (Ma – October 2, ), nicknamed the "Napoleon of Temperance" and the "Father of Prohibition", was mayor of Portland, Maine. He sponsored the "Maine law of ", which prohibited the manufacture and sale of liquor. Dow was widely criticized for his heavy handed tactics during the Portland Rum Riot of 1 Early life and career 2 Temperance movement .

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In he joined a juvenile temperance society and soon became a public advocate of the cause, acquiring ‘a name throughout London as a youthful orator’. The same year marked the beginning of Crowe’s involvement in two of the great political movements of the s, the campaign for the Repeal of the Union and the agitation for the People Author: Liam Harte.

Temperance advocate. Late in life, Jarvis recorded research, lore, recollections, and analyses Reminiscences of a temperance advocate. book life in his native town in Traditions and Reminiscences of Concord and Houses and People in Concord.

Proceedings at the opening of The Bradford Temperance Hall, 27/28 February, 1/2 March, Imprint: Bradford: John Dale, 71 Bradley, W. "These are the memoirs of a black woman who was born a slave, who had the good fortune to gain her freedom early in the war, with the education and ability to observe and the will to recall in later years the significance of the events in which she was a vigorous participant.

Susie King Taylor's recollections are invaluable for those who wish to understand the Civil War from the black woman's. Woman's World/Woman's Empire: The Woman's Christian Temperance Union in International Perspective, By Ian Tyrrell University of North Carolina Press, Read preview Overview.

Liquor in the Land of the Lost Cause: Southern White Evangelicals and the Prohibition Movement By Joe L. Coker University Press of Kentucky, Temperance and Prohibition: Context The organized temperance movement in the United States began to gather steam in the early decades of the 19 th century.

Temperance groups advocated for moderation and sometimes abstinence from alcoholic beverages. Alcohol was blamed for many of society’s ills, including crime, abuse, poor health and Reminiscences of a temperance advocate. book. The choice: Reminiscences of Thomas Marshall of Berwick, (Berwick-upon-Tweed, ) Chosen by: Graham Hogg, Curator (19th-Century Printed Collections and Photo-graphs), Rare Books, Maps and Music Collections.

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13th regt.,United States. Army. Illinois. Foreword. Temperance was a favorite theme of Mrs. Ellen G. White, both in her writings and in public discourse. In many of her articles which appeared in denominational journals through the years, and in manuscripts and letters of counsel addressed to both workers and laity, she urged Seventh-day Adventists to practice temperance and to promote vigorously the temperance cause.

Recollections of a busy life: including reminiscences of American politics and politicians, from the opening of the Missouri contest to the downfall of slavery ; to which are added miscellanies ; also, a discussion with Robert Dale Owen of the law of divorce by Greeley, Horace, ; Owen, Robert Dale, Temperance song book of the Mass.

temperance union. (Boston, Kidder & Wright, [c]), by Massachusetts Temperance Union and Charles T. Young (page images at HathiTrust) What a curse: or, Johnny Hodges, the blacksmith ; founded on fact.

(Boston: W. Damrell, ), by Lucius M. Sargent (page images at HathiTrust). Courtesy of Library of Congress. Carrie Nation, circa The Bottle was a book published in London in that influenced the Temperance Movement in America for its frank depiction of a man’s descent from unemployment to violence against his family due to alcoholism.

Courtesy of Library of Congress. Modeled after more conventional books of short readings widely used in the schools, The Temperance Reader was intended to reach children in their classrooms with the anti−alcohol message. Here are two excerpts. The first, “Confessions of a Spirit Dealer” tells the (probably fictionalized) story of a dealer in liquor who came to regret his trade.

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A edition of The Reminiscences of Neal Dow: Recollections of Eighty Years was published by The Evening Express Publishing Company, Portland, Maine, Dow was known as the ‘Napoleon of Temperance’ and ‘The Father of Prohibition’ based on his stance on liquor.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. The evils suffered by American women and American children / Catherine Beecher () -- A temperance activist () -- Letter to 'The liberator' / Elizabeth Emery and Mary P.

Abbott () -- Pastoral letter to New England churches () -- Reply to. He published An Inquiry into the Effects of Spirituous Liquors on the Human Body inand concluded that people should abstain from spirits such as whiskey and rum, with beer and wine as healthy alternatives.

His pamphlet would become a founding text of the temperance movement in. My story of the war: a woman's narrative of four years personal experience as nurse in the Union army, and in relief work at home, in hospitals, camps, and at the front, during the war of rebellion; with anecdotes, pathetic incidents, and thrilling reminiscences portraying the lights and shadows of hospital life and the sanitary service of the war by Mary A Livermore (Book).

History of the Woman's Temperance Crusade. Philadelphia: J. Earle, Under the Guns: A Woman's Reminiscences of the Civil War. Boston: E.B. Stillings & Co, "Answer to Joseph Cook's Twelve Reasons for Woman's Temperance Ballot." The Woman's Journal (): Fifty Years Ago Or, Erins Temperance Jubilee Personal Reminiscences and Historical Notes.

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Mrs. Pryor’s husband fought for the Confederacy but after the war he brought his wife north to New York and into “the arms of the enemy” as Mrs. Pryor was fond of putting it, before adding “and the enemy was always good to us”.

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The book has a total 49 chapters, some on Nehru's work and personal life and some on the various people that Mathai met. Boston area ministers founded the American Temperance Society (ATS). American Temperance Society had 2, local chapters andmembers. American Temperance Union (ATU) founded, merging two existing national temperance organizations.

American Temperance Society had 5, local chapters and 1 million members. Hannah Johnston Bailey (July 5, – Octo ) was an American Quaker teacher, activist, and advocate for peace, temperance, and women's suffrage. Early life. Hannah Clark Johnston was born in Reminiscences of a Christian Life ().

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