4 edition of Oration of Col. Theo. P. Cook, in Chancellor square, Utica, July 4, 1870. found in the catalog.
in [Utica, N.Y
Written in English
|LC Classifications||E286 .U83 1870|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 pp. 23 cm.|
|Number of Pages||23|
|LC Control Number||02006577|
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An oration delivered before the authorities of the city of Boston, July 4, By Peleg W. Chandler; LC# Fiche: A, LCP Channing, Henry. God admonishing his people of their duty, as parents and masters. New-London: Printed by T. Green. Day, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanks-giving and Christmas, -and such other days as the Trustees may direct. The Bates Hall is open from nine o'clock, A.M., until nine, P.M., and Sundays from two until nine, P.M. The Lower Hall of the Central Library is open from half-past eight o'clock, A.M., to nine.
The Effect of Slavery on the American People: A Sermon Preached at the Music Hall, Boston, on Sunday, July 4, (Boston: W. L. Kent and Co., ), by Theodore Parker (multiple formats at ) Elizabeth, A Coloured Minister of the Gospel, Born in Slavery (Philadelphia: Tract Assoc. of Friends, ), by Elizabeth (HTML and TEI at UNC). Book/Printed Material Ode by Willis Gaylord Clark. Celebration of the Athenian Society of Bristol College. July 4, Burlington, J. L. Powell printer .
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Where and by Whom Orations are to be Delivered. See the article in its original context from July 4, Rev. Lewis H. Terrill, of New-Brunswick, N.J., will give an oration in Libby.
Oration in Honor of Col. William Prescott: Delivered in Boston, 14 October, by Invitation of the Bunker Hill Monument Association.
William Everett. The In Chancellor square, - United States - 64 pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. Full text of "Outline history of Utica and vicinity" See other formats. Thomas E. Kinney was born in Canada, the son of Edmund (sometimes called Edward) and Elizabeth Kinney (d).
The couple were citizens of the United States, but Elizabeth Kinney had been visiting friends in Canada at the time of her son’s birth. The family settled in Utica, New York.
In the early s, Edmund Kinney. O.P. Amacker was born in St. Helena Parish, LA, the son of Nathaniel () and Mosilla (Pearson) Amacker (). Amacker studied law at the University of Virginia in sessions (), then studied law in New Orleans, LA.
Inhe enlisted in the Confederate Army, rose in rank from orderly sergeant to lieutenant, and. Josephus Flavius Cook (–), commonly known as Joseph Cook, was an American philosophical lecturer, clergyman, and writer.A descendant of Pilgrims, Cook started his ascent to fame by way of Monday noon prayer meetings in Tremont Temple in Boston that for more than twenty years were among the city's greatest attractions.
In the lectures, Cook attempted to. "What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?" is the title now given to a speech by Frederick Douglass delivered on July 5,in Corinthian Hall, Rochester, New York, addressing the Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society.
The speech is perhaps the most widely known of all of Frederick Douglass' writings save his autobiographies. AMERICANA Published by The American Historical Society, Inc., formerly published by the National Americana Society.
Issued in quarterly numbers at $4 per annum single copies $1. Publication Office, the C. Hoagland Company Building, 16 Union Street, ; Somerville, N. Americana Literature. a Quarterly is Magazine of History, Genealogy. Provided to YouTube by Smithsonian Folkways Recordings Oration Delivered in Corinthian Hall, Rochester, July 5, Ossie Davis Frederick Douglass' The Meaning of July 4 for the Negro ℗ Mary Ellen Wood, compiled Laurence and Eleanor Hutton / Their Books of Association () privately printed, included on p.
Sam’s letter to Hutton from Vienna for ; Twain related materials will also be found on p. 29, and [Tenney: “A Reference Guide First Annual Supplement,” American Literary Realism, Autumn p. In Philadelphia, people all born on the Fourth of July since gather in front of Independence Hall for a "Photo of the Century" (co-sponsored by Kodak) and a historic celebration reenactment of a July 4, celebration occurs at Rittenhouse Square (includes speeches by "President McKinley" and "Theodore Roosevelt"), while a re.
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William P.,8 who went to Illinois, and left two sons, now residing there. George,8 who was a lieutenant in the Navy, and died. unm., at Charlestown, about * See his letter, in the Machias Centennial ofp. 80, from which.
book the above facts are copied. -- EDS. By some confusion of names, Mr. Drake has entered in his biographies. Historical address by Col. Theo W.
Bean, p. ; Oration by Henry Armitt Brown, p. Also available in digital form. Contributor: Centennial and Memorial Association of Valley Forge - Bean, Theo. (Theodore Weber) - Brown, Henry Armitt Date: An oration, delivered at Faneuil Hall, Boston, J at the request of the Suffolk Anti-Masonic Committee / (Boston: Printed at the Office of the Boston Press for the Publishing Committee, ), by Timothy Fuller (page images at HathiTrust).
The movement toward international organization, while compact of many motives, is essentially an endeavor to find a sure and lasting relief from the warfare that so repeatedly frustrates the effort of mankind to establish a way of life that may indeed be worth the living.The History of Orange County New York EDITED BY RUSSEL HEADLEY PUBLISHED BY VAN DRUSEN AND ELMS MIDDLETOWN, NEW YORK PREFACE.
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