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Writings: Program Presented In Balis Park, San Marco, Jacksonville Florida. In Celebration Of Women On August 26, 2000, Edna Louise Saffy Aug 2000

Writings: Program Presented In Balis Park, San Marco, Jacksonville Florida. In Celebration Of Women On August 26, 2000, Edna Louise Saffy

Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials

Speeches: Version of the program delivered on August 26, 2000 by Dr. Edna L. Saffy commemorating Women’s Equality Day, eighty years of woman’s suffrage and thirty years of the Jacksonville Women’s Movement.


Flyer: Commemorate The Women's Movement In Jacksonville, Edna Louise Saffy Aug 2000

Flyer: Commemorate The Women's Movement In Jacksonville, Edna Louise Saffy

Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials

Flyer for Women’s Equality Day program Balis Park in San Marco, Jacksonville, Florida August 26, 2000.


Program: A Commemoration Of Women's History Program August 26, 2000, Edna Louise Saffy Aug 2000

Program: A Commemoration Of Women's History Program August 26, 2000, Edna Louise Saffy

Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials

Women's Equality Day Eighty Years of Women's Suffrage Thirty Years of Jacksonville Women's Movement August 26, 2000 9 A.M. Includes program, and Procession of Honor to Mary Nolan’s grave. Program Committee: Karen Danko, Cathy Drompp, Pam Flynn, Sharon Laird, Edna Saffy, Judy Sheklin, Elizabeth Teague and Louise Stanton Warren.


Nomination Celebration Concert Invitation. August 17, 2000 Aug 2000

Nomination Celebration Concert Invitation. August 17, 2000

Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials

Nomination Celebration Concert Invitation. August 17, 2000.


Nomination Concert Ticket-Shrine Auditorium. Thursday August 17, 2000 Aug 2000

Nomination Concert Ticket-Shrine Auditorium. Thursday August 17, 2000

Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials

Nomination Concert Ticket-Shrine Auditorium. Thursday August 17, 2000.


Interview With Barry Kenney, Michael Hillard Aug 2000

Interview With Barry Kenney, Michael Hillard

S.D. Warren Company

Kenney was a skilled millwright at S.D. Warren from the mid-1980s until 2000. Millwrights are all around machinists/mechanics who repair machines. Kenney worked with other "maintenance" workers including electricians, pipefitters etc. to repair and maintain the wide variety of machinery found in the pulp mill, paper machines, finishing department, and boilers. Kenney was also a union official with the International Brotherhood of Fireman and Oilers. Previously, he was in the Navy for six years.


Special Guest Passes (2000 Democratic National Convention) August 14-17 2000 Aug 2000

Special Guest Passes (2000 Democratic National Convention) August 14-17 2000

Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials

A series of special guest passes for the Democratic National Convention. August 14-17, 2000.


America's Women 2000 Democratic Convention Pass. August 14-17, 2000. Los Angeles, California Aug 2000

America's Women 2000 Democratic Convention Pass. August 14-17, 2000. Los Angeles, California

Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials

America's Women 2000 Democratic Convention Pass. August 14-17, 2000. Los Angeles, California.


Credentials Committee Meeting Aug 2000

Credentials Committee Meeting

Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials

Credentials Committee Meeting badge at the Democratic National Convention August 13, 2000.


South Union Messenger (August 2000), Kentucky Library Research Collections Aug 2000

South Union Messenger (August 2000), Kentucky Library Research Collections

South Union Messenger

No abstract provided.


The John Muir Newsletter, Fall 2000, The John Muir Center For Regional Studies Aug 2000

The John Muir Newsletter, Fall 2000, The John Muir Center For Regional Studies

John Muir Newsletters

I J ' Ov Volume 10, Number 4 NEWSLETTER I Fall 2000 A Sense of the Natural by Richard F. Fleck w rom the time of my first published essay about a Maine sea coast tidal pool in June, 1954 (when I was not quite seventeen), until now, some forty-six fpars later, my major source of inspiration has been the Batural world, be it the Irish Mountains of Mourne rolling flown to the sea or the rocky coast of Maine, or the windy Himmits of Longs Peak, Colorado or Mount Fuji, Japan, ■have always delighted in the smell of turf fire ...


Claybrook V. Owensboro: Equality, Integration, And Struggle, Lori Coghill Aug 2000

Claybrook V. Owensboro: Equality, Integration, And Struggle, Lori Coghill

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

In 1883 the case of Claybrook v. Owensboro was one of the first challenges to equal educational funding under the Fourteenth Amendment. The definition of the Fourteenth Amendment's equal protection clause was vague and left blacks with little guidance about their new found constitutional rights. By analyzing the case along with legal, educational, and local racial attitudes toward blacks at the time, historians and educators can better understand the evolution of the Fourteenth Amendment in state and local issues. The case record from Federal Reports as well as the case file from the law final record book at the ...


The Controversial Career Of George Nicholas Sanders, Melinda Squires Aug 2000

The Controversial Career Of George Nicholas Sanders, Melinda Squires

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

George Nicholas Sanders' involvement in regional, national, and international affairs in the mid-nineteenth century significantly shaped the history and unique character of America, as perceived by both Americans and Europeans. Sanders influenced the course of national political events not by idealistic leadership but by active participation. No one has yet written a biography on George N. Sanders, even though he played a prominent role in the annexation of Texas, Young America, presidential elections, diplomatic affairs, and in the Confederacy. Historians often ignored or slighted him because he tended to wield his influence behind-the-scenes. Hence, Sanders' true significance was often masked ...


Chenoweth Family Papers, 1796-1993 (Mss 90), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Jul 2000

Chenoweth Family Papers, 1796-1993 (Mss 90), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Collection 90. Genealogical materials collected by Shirley and Richard Harris related to the Chenoweth family in the United States. Expecially noteworthy are the military pension records of various Chenoweth family members from the Revolutionary War through World War II.


A Civil War Lynching In Athens, Donald E. Wilkes Jr. Jul 2000

A Civil War Lynching In Athens, Donald E. Wilkes Jr.

Popular Media

Recently, while reading E. Merton Coulter's classic history of antebellum Athens, College Life in the Old South (UGA Press, 1983 reprint), I came across a reference on page 247 to an Athens lynching occurring early in the Civil War. Having checked into the matter, I can now announce that, indeed, there definitely was at least one lynching in Athens prior to 1882. This lynching, possibly but not probably the first lynching in Athens, took place on Wednesday, July 16, 1862.


Reviewed Work Educating The Disfranchised And Disinherited Samuel Chapman Armstrong And Hampton Institute, 1839-1893 By Robert Francis Engs, Edna Greene Medford Jul 2000

Reviewed Work Educating The Disfranchised And Disinherited Samuel Chapman Armstrong And Hampton Institute, 1839-1893 By Robert Francis Engs, Edna Greene Medford

History Department Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Dr. Pettett Discovers More About Children's Mercy Founders, Gary Pettett Jul 2000

Dr. Pettett Discovers More About Children's Mercy Founders, Gary Pettett

Archives

Summarizes discoveries Dr. Pettett made when researching the lives of Katharine Berry Richardson and Alice Berry Graham, and refers to an article Dr. Pettett published in the Journal of the Jackson County Historical Society.


Bishop James Augustine Healy, Maureen Elgersman - Lee (Ed.) Jul 2000

Bishop James Augustine Healy, Maureen Elgersman - Lee (Ed.)

The Griot

No abstract provided.


Life Without' Automobiles & Rural Electrification In 20th-Century Iowa, Tommy Morain Jul 2000

Life Without' Automobiles & Rural Electrification In 20th-Century Iowa, Tommy Morain

Iowa Heritage Illustrated

No abstract provided.


Iowa Heritage Illustrated, Vol.81 No.2, Fall 2000 Jul 2000

Iowa Heritage Illustrated, Vol.81 No.2, Fall 2000

Iowa Heritage Illustrated

No abstract provided.


Index For 2000 Jul 2000

Index For 2000

Iowa Heritage Illustrated

No abstract provided.


A Few Of Our Favorite Things: 100 Creations Of The 20th Century, Jack Lufkin Jul 2000

A Few Of Our Favorite Things: 100 Creations Of The 20th Century, Jack Lufkin

Iowa Heritage Illustrated

No abstract provided.


Collegiate Life From Both Sides Of The Desk: South Dakota State University In The 1880s, Lisa R. Lindell Jul 2000

Collegiate Life From Both Sides Of The Desk: South Dakota State University In The 1880s, Lisa R. Lindell

Hilton M. Briggs Library Faculty Publications

The ninth of August 1888 was a day to remember in the history of South Dakota State University and the life of one of its first students. On that day, John Merton Aldrich and two classmates graduated from the institution then known as Dakota Agricultural College (DAC), becoming the first to complete the full college program. Excited and a little dazed, having just become engaged to be married the previous day, Aldrich still took time to recount the ceremonies in his diary, a record he had faithfully kept throughout his three years at DAC. Among his teachers and mentors at ...


Traces Volume 28, Number 2, Kentucky Library Research Collections Jul 2000

Traces Volume 28, Number 2, Kentucky Library Research Collections

Traces, the Southern Central Kentucky, Barren County Genealogical Newsletter

Traces, the South Central Kentucky Genealogical Society's quarterly newsletter, was first published in 1973. The Society changed its name in 2016 to the Barren County Historical Society. The publication features compiled genealogies, articles on local history, single-family studies and unpublished source materials related to this area.


Longhunter, Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society Newsletter Volume 23, Number 3, Kentucky Library Research Collections Jul 2000

Longhunter, Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society Newsletter Volume 23, Number 3, Kentucky Library Research Collections

Longhunter, Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Mormons And Early Iowa History (1838 To 1858): Eight Distinct Connections, William G. Hartley Jul 2000

Mormons And Early Iowa History (1838 To 1858): Eight Distinct Connections, William G. Hartley

The Annals of Iowa

No abstract provided.


The Battle For Channel 7: A Media Showdown In Waterloo, David F. Mccartney, Grant Price Jul 2000

The Battle For Channel 7: A Media Showdown In Waterloo, David F. Mccartney, Grant Price

The Annals of Iowa

No abstract provided.


The Great Silent Army Of Abolitionism: Ordinary Women In The Antislavery Movement Jul 2000

The Great Silent Army Of Abolitionism: Ordinary Women In The Antislavery Movement

The Annals of Iowa

Review of: The Great Silent Army of Abolitionism: Ordinary Women in the Antislavery Movement. Jeffrey, Julie Roy.


Bazaars And Fair Ladies: The History Of The American Fundraising Fair Jul 2000

Bazaars And Fair Ladies: The History Of The American Fundraising Fair

The Annals of Iowa

Review of: Bazaars and Fair Ladies: The History of the American Fundraising Fair. Gordon, Beverly.


The Saint Paul & Pacific Railroad: An Empire In The Making, 1862-1879 Jul 2000

The Saint Paul & Pacific Railroad: An Empire In The Making, 1862-1879

The Annals of Iowa

Review of: The Saint Paul and Pacific Railroad: An Empire in the Making, 1862-1879. Veenendaal, Augustus J., Jr.