3 edition of The return of Frances Willard found in the catalog.
The return of Frances Willard
|LC Classifications||BL515 .F86|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 171 p.|
|Number of Pages||171|
|LC Control Number||73154778|
Frances E. Willard and Mary A. Livermore, editors. Buffalo, NY: C.W. Moulton, Over biographical sketches (accompanied by portraits) of 19th-century American women in all walks of life. A Great Mother: Sketches of Madam Willard. Frances E. Willard and Minerva Brace Norton. Chicago: Women’s Temperance Publishing Association, Location: Campus Drive Evanston, IL Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for THE BEAUTIFUL LIFE OF FRANCES E. WILLARD by Gordon, Anna A. Temperance Book at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
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Frances Willard statue- Architect of the Captiol, National Statuary Hall Collection Book/Journal Source(s) Reid, Daniel, Robert Linder, Bruce Shelley, and Harry Stout, Frances Willard She resigned as president of the Chicago WCTU in and worked briefly as director of women’s meetings for the evangelist Dwight L. Moody. Later in the year she left the national WCTU, in large part because of the resistance of President Annie Wittenmyer to her wish to link the issues of liquor prohibition and woman suffrage.
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An excellent speaker, a successful lobbyist, and an expert in pressure politics, she was a leader of the national Prohibition Party. Frances Willard went on a world tour with her friend Kate Jackson in and returned to Evanston to become head of Northwestern Female College, her alma mater under its new name.
Frances Elizabeth Caroline was born on Septem in Churchville, New York, to Josiah and Mary Willard. She blossomed into an intelligent, independent-minded and strong-willed woman.
Willard graduated from Northwest Female College inthen taught in a public school setting until "Mother-hearted women are called to be the saviors of the race," wrote Frances Willard in Born into a devout Methodist family inWillard believed that women's innate morality could.
Her autobiography is Glimpses of Fifty Years: The Autobiography of an American Woman, The book was published by the WCTU in It was most recently re-published in Copies of her book are widely available in libraries.
Frances Willard was a persuasive speaker, skilled lobbyist and effective pressure politician. Frances Elizabeth Caroline Willard was born Septemin Churchville, New York.
She lived there with her parents, Josiah Willard and Mary Thompson Hill Willard, and her older brother Oliver, until when the family moved to Oberlin, Ohio. In the family, with the addition of sister Mary, moved to southeastern Wisconsin to [ ].
Frances Willard (), national president of the WCTU, headed the first mass organization of American women, and through the work of this group, women were able to move into public life by Willard inspired this process by her skillful leadership.
Frances Elizabeth Willard, –98, American temperance leader and reformer, b. Churchville, N.Y., grad. Northwestern Female College, She was president of Evanston College for Ladies and dean of women at Northwestern Univ. Progressive Protestantism: the Life of Frances Willard, F rances Willard began her life in September in Churchville, New York.
Her early schooling included lessons in drawing, piano, singing, and French, but little exposure to math and science because her mother wanted her to be educated as a lady.
A pioneer in the temperance movement, Frances Elizabeth Caroline Willard is also remembered for her contributions to women's higher education and suffrage. Born on Septemin Churchville, New York, she spent her childhood in Oberlin, Ohio, and later in Janesville, Wisconsin, where her father had purchased a large farm.
She attended the Milwaukee Female College for one year and. The return of Frances Willard; her case for reincarnation by Jeffrey Furst (Book) A tribute to the American woman Frances E.
Willard, in the United States Senate, Feb. 17,on the occasion of the unveiling of the Willard Statue in the U.S. Capitol by Albert J Beveridge (Book).
Occupations for Women: A Book of Practical Suggestions for the Material Advancement, the Mental and Physical Development, and the Moral and Spiritual Uplift of Women Nineteenth Century Collections Online (NCCO): Women: Transnational Networks: Authors: Frances Elizabeth Willard, Helen Maria Winslow, Sallie Joy White: Publisher: Success Company, Alot has changed since the days when American religious history was written mostly by and about men.
Over the past 15 years, an abundance of new literature has brought to light the central role of women in every kind of religious endeavor: in lay and ordained leadership, in missions, religious education, social reform, music and hymnody, revivals, and, of course, innovative and vigorous.
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Willard Frances E. Willard was a major figure in nineteenth century America and, indeed, the entire English-speaking world.
After her death in her admirers placed her statue in the United States Capitol Building.