2 edition of Annual address of Frances E. Willard, president of Nat"l Woman"s Christian Temperance Union. found in the catalog.
Annual address of Frances E. Willard, president of Nat"l Woman"s Christian Temperance Union.
Frances Elizabeth Willard
|Contributions||YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||YA 19101|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||68 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||96191492|
Frances Willard was a social reformer who stood out against gender inequality and fought to give a voice to society’s disenfranchised. Willard forged a prototype for community organization and social reform that transformed our cultural landscape. Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU), organization that seeks to upgrade moral life, especially through abstinence from alcohol. The National WCTU of the United States was founded () in Cleveland, Ohio, as a result of the Woman's Temperance Crusade that spread through the Midwest at that time. Frances Willard Willard, Frances Elizabeth.
HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID RGAM: Woman's Christian Temperance Union (Nebraska) Records: Nebraska: Temperance organization Size: ; 1 box BACKGROUND NOTE By the middle of the 19th century, temperance leaders saw the need to concentrate on de-legalizing saloons, the social institution, rather than trying . Woman's Christian Temperance Union School Lunches Once Provided by WCTU The Woman’s Christian Temperance Union was early associated with providing food to the public, sometimes as a charitable project, sometimes to finance other projects.
Second Wave Temperance: – As Reconstruction came to a close in the s, most white reformers grew uninterested in racial equality and invested more energy into temperance. This period produced various temperance organizations including the prohibitionist Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU, f. ) and the voluntarist Catholic Total Abstinence . Annual leaflet of the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union, organized Statement of principles, W.C.T.U. catechism, list of officers, departments, etc. by Woman's Christian Temperance Union Book Description [Evanston, IL]: Woman's Christian Temperance Union, 70p., wraps, staples rusted, light stain on last few pages, 3x5.
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The Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) is an active international temperance organization that was among the first organizations of women devoted to social reform with a program that "linked the religious and the secular through concerted and far-reaching reform strategies based on applied Christianity." It plays an influential role in the temperance : Temperance movement.
Willard, Frances E, Carrie Chapman Catt, and National American Woman Suffrage Association Collection. Address before the Second Biennial Convention of the World's Woman's Christian Temperance Union, and the Twentieth Annual Convention of the National Women's Christian Temperance Union.
[London: White Ribbon Publishing Co, ] Pdf. Frances Elizabeth Caroline Willard (Septem – Febru ) was an American educator, temperance reformer, and women's d became the national president of Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) in and remained president until her death in Her influence continued in the next decades, as the Eighteenth (Prohibition) and Born: Frances Elizabeth Caroline Willard.
Frances Willard (Septem –Febru ) was one of the best-known and most influential women of her day and headed the Women's Christian Temperance Union from to She was also the first dean of women at Northwestern University. The Woman’s Christian President of Natl Womans Christian Temperance Union.
book Union (WCTU) was founded in November in Cleveland, Ohio. After Frances Willard took over leadership inthe WCTU became one of the largest and most. Address before the second biennial convention of the World's Woman's Temperance Union, and the twentieth annual convention of the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union [Frances E.
Willard] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Woman’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU), American temperance organization, founded in November in Cleveland, Ohio, in response to the “Woman’s Crusade,” a series of temperance demonstrations that swept through New York and much of the Midwest in –Annie Wittenmyer, an experienced wartime fund-raiser and administrator, was elected president.
An address to the World’s Woman’s Temperance Union by Frances Willard, president of the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union.
In this speech delivered at the second biennial convention of the World’s Woman’s Temperance Union and the twentieth annual convention of the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union, WCTU president.
The Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU), the nation's largest women's organization during the late s, attracted overmostly Protestant, middle-class members by The WCTU provided thousands of Christian women with a perceivably riskless transition into the secular world of women's associations.
Book/Printed Material Address of Frances E. Willard, president of the Woman's National Council of the United States (founded in ), at its first triennial meeting, Albaugh's Opera House, Washington, D.C., February They adopted as a name that of the Woman's National Christian Temperance Union, and elected as their permanent officers Mrs.
Annie Wittenmeyer of Pennsylvania, for president, Miss Frances E. Willard of Illinois, for corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Ingham of Ohio, for treasurer, and vice-presidents from twelve different states. Frances Willard was invited to become president of a Chicago temperance group. From this position she quickly advanced in that movement. She became secretary of the new statewide temperance society. Then she became corresponding secretary of the national Woman’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU).
All of this within all within only one year. Woman and temperance: or, The work and workers of the Woman's Christian temperance union [Willard, Frances Elizabeth] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Woman and temperance: or, The work and workers of the Woman's Christian temperance unionAuthor: Frances Elizabeth Willard.
Woman and Temperance: Or, The Work and Workers of the Woman's Christian Frances Elizabeth Willard Full present President prohibition Quaker question reform saloon Secretary side sisters society speak spirit stand strong success sweet tell temperance Temperance Union things thought thousand tion town Union voice Woman and Temperance.
During the late ’s the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union was committed to restricting the sale and consumption of alcohol, which they believed was a contributing factor towards the moral and social degeneration of the era. The organization was officially launched in Cleveland, Ohio inand Frances Willard was elected as the WCTU’sFile Size: 2MB.
WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION (WCTU) was dedicated to eliminating the consumption of alcohol. Founded inthe WCTU was the largest women's reform organization of the nineteenth century.
It had its origin in the Woman's Temperance Crusade, in which women across the country engaged in spontaneous protest, marching to.
ADDRESS of FRANCES E WILLARD, PRESIDENT OF THE WOMAN'S NATIONAL COUNCIL OF THE UNITED STATES, (FOUNDED IN ,) AT ITS FIRST TRIENNIAL MEETING, ALBAUGH'S OPERA HOUSE, WASHINGTON, D.C., FEBRUARYRufus H.
Darby, Printer, Washington, D.C. WOMEN AND ORGANIZATION. Beloved Friends and Comrades in. Frances Willard was one of the most prominent social reformers in America in the s.
She was president of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union from toand rallied support for temperance, as well as many other important reform movements including woman's suffrage, women's economic and religious rights, prison reforms, education reforms and labor reforms.
Willard, Frances,American educator and temperance leader; b. Churchville, N.Y. She believed women could gain political power through the temperance crusade. As president of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, she supported women's suffrage. She helped found the Prohibition party () and wrote Women and Temperance ().
Start studying Frances E. Willard, Women and Temperance (). Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The woman in blue is Frances Willard, woman suffragist, Methodist activist, Christian socialist, political prohibitionist, and president of the Women's Christian Temperance Union from to When Boston University was erected on the Charles, the portrait windows were moved from the old School of Theology chapel on Beacon Hill.Women's Christian Temperance Union.
Frances Willard. became leader of the WCTU. She worked to educate people about the evils of alcohol. She urged laws banning the sale of liquor.
Also worked to outlaw saloons as a step towards strengthening democracy. president of NAWSA, who led the campaign for woman suffrage during Wilson's.Upcoming Events.
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