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History of the Woman"s temperance crusade.

Annie Turner Wittenmyer

History of the Woman"s temperance crusade.

A complete official history of the wonderful uprising of the Christian women of the United States against the liquor traffic, which culminated in the gospel temperance movement.

by Annie Turner Wittenmyer

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Published by Published at the office, The Christian Woman in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Woman"s Temperance Crusade, 1873-1874

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Mrs. Annie Wittenmyer ... Introduction by Miss Frances E. Willard.
    ContributionsWillard, Frances Elizabeth, 1839-1898.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV5229 .W6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination 781 p.
    Number of Pages781
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7016512M
    LC Control Number10004682
    OCLC/WorldCa1971259

    Temperance Crusaders watching the rear of a saloon in Mount Vernon, Ohio during the Crusade of Photo: Courtesy of the Ohio Historical Society, SC , AL The Woman’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) was founded in Ohio in November of , and grew out of the “Woman’s Crusade” of the winter of At a time when women had few opportunities for influence, or . Photo: A group of women outside the doorway of the D. Corcoran Bakery in Mount Vernon, Ohio protesting the sale of alcoholic beverages during the Women’s Temperance Crusade of During the winter of the Woman's Crusade spread across much of the northern United States.

    Women’s Suffrage Collection: The 19th Century women’s rights movement built upon the principles and experiences of other efforts to promote social justice and to improve the human condition particularly the Abolitionist Movement. After the Civil War, many abolitionist activists joined the Temperance and Women’s Suffrage movements. The Women’s Christian Temperance Movement (WCTU) was the largest women’s organization of the nineteenth century. Founded in , the WCTU addressed what was most women’s primary concern- the terrible damage that men’s alcoholism did to their families. It had roots among women in the country and the city, and was very strong in the Midwest.

      Known For: Women's rights and temperance leader; Also Known As: Frances Elizabeth Caroline Willard, St. Frances; Born: Septem in Churchville, New York; Parents: Josiah Flint Willard, Mary Thompson Hill Willard; Died: Febru in New York City; Education: Northwestern Female College; Published Works: Woman and temperance, or the work and workers of the Woman's . The Women's Temperance Crusade of brought thousands of new women into the fold, and their action created the first large-scale temperance move-ment specifically by and for women. The Crusade's successor, the Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU), institutionalized temperance women's independence from male control.


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The Woman’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) was founded in November in Cleveland, Ohio. After Frances Willard took over leadership inthe WCTU became one of the largest and most. Bordin, R. The Temperance Crusade as a Feminist Movement. Major Problems in American Women’s History, Dannenbaum, J.

The origins of temperance activism and militancy among American women. J Soc Hist,15(2), Fahey, D. The Women’s Temperance Crusade in Oxford, Ohio. Lewiston, NY: Mellen, Isetts, C. A Social. Compra History of the Woman's Temperance Crusade.

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Among the outstanding women temperance workers of the period were Frances Elizabeth Willard, Susan B. Anthony, and Carry Nation. Among the effects of temperance agitation were the stimulation of interest in the scientific study of alcoholism, general instruction in the schools on the effects of alcohol, and government regulation.

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This work was reproduced from the original artifact. 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 at the WCTU’s founding in.

Byunder “home protection” the WCTU was endorsing women’s suffrage. By25 of the 39 departments of the WCTU were dealing with non-temperance issues.

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Frances Willard becomes President of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, advocates suffrage as. During the nineteenth century, the American temperance movement underwent a visible, gendered shift in its leadership as it evolved from a male-led movement to one dominated by the women.

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