5 edition of The Use and Need of the Life of Carrie A. Nation found in the catalog.
April 12, 2007
Written in English
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Nation's belief that she was called by God to smash saloons. The personal details of Nation's life, including especially her childhood and marriages. Nation's experiences during her smashing campaign, including time spent in jail and confrontations with certain officials.
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Book Overview Carrie Amelia Nation () was a member of the temperance movement - the battles against alcohol in pre-Prohibition America. She has been the topic of numerous books, articles and even a opera at the University of Kansas. Nation published a few short-lived newsletters—called variously The Smasher’s Mail, The Hatchet, and the Home Defender—and her autobiography, The Use and Need of the Life of Carry A.
Nation, in (rev. ed., ).Her “hatchetation” period was brief but brought her national notoriety. She was for a time much in demand as a temperance lecturer; she also railed against fraternal. Get this from a library. The use and need of the life of Carry A. Nation. [Carry Amelia Nation].
the use and need of the life of carry a. nation. by carry a. nation written by herself, revised edition, Carry Nation was the most famous (or perhaps infamous) member of the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU).
She attacked saloons with a hatchet. The spelling of Nation’s first name is the source of much confusion. Both Carrie and Carry are correct.
Records show it was Carrie, which Nation and others used most of her life. The Use and Need of the Life of Carrie A. Nation. Carrie A. Nation. 0 (0 Reviews) Free Download. Read Online. This book is available for free download in a number of formats - including epub, pdf, azw, mobi and more.
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Nation by Carry A. Nation, also to help support herself and her family. That same year, Carrie Nation had her daughter Charlien committed to the Texas State Lunatic Asylum, then moved with her to Austin, then Oklahoma, then Host Springs, Arkansas. Nation’s autobiography The cover of the original opera The Use and Need of the Life of Carry A.
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THE USE AND NEED OF THE LIFE OF CARRY A. NATION. WRITTEN BY HERSELF. REVISED EDITION. Full Text of this Book: Text File (about K) Zip File (about K) Encouragement for Christian Workers. A Mother's Cry. CONTENTS. CHAPTER I. Carrie Amelia Moore Nation (first name also spelled Carry; Novem – June 9, ) was an American woman who was a radical member of the temperance movement, which opposed alcohol before the advent of Prohibition.
She is particularly noteworthy for attacking alcohol-serving establishments (most often taverns) with a hatchet. Nation tried to move her to Austin, Texas, and then to Oklahoma, but she finally brought her to Hot Springs, where Charlien stayed for only a few years. When Nation wrote her autobiography, The Use and Need of the Life of Carry A.
Nation, at the age of sixty, she was living in Oklahoma, and she wrote that she planned to stay there. However, not. CARRY A NATION / use and need of the life of Carry Nation Written by herself - $ The use and need of the life of Carry A, Nation.
Written by herself. Revised edition twenty-five thousand illustrated Author: Nation, Carry A. Title: The use and need of the life of Carry A, Nation. Written by herself. Revised edition twenty-five thousand illustrated Publication: Topeka: F.
Steves & Sons. Nation often was concerned about the health of her daughter, Charlien, who was frequently ill.
The following selection is from Nation's autobiography, The Use and Need of the Life of Carry A. Nation (). Despite being in poor health much of her life, Charlien outlived her mother. She married and had five children who reached adulthood.
Carry A. Nation, born as Carrie Amelia Moore in Novembertook a direct approach to forwarding the aims of the prohibition movement–often much too direct for the tastes of authorities.Husband: David A. Nation (m. Dec, div. ) Malicious Mischief Wichita, KS (Dec) Vandalism Topeka, KS (Feb) Disturbing the Peace Bayonne, NJ () Nervous Breakdown multiple Coma Kansas City (Jan) Irish Ancestry paternal Scottish Ancestry maternal.
Author of books: The Use and Need of the Life of Carry A Born: Her memoir, The Use and Need of the Life of Carry A. Nation, was published in Extra credit Nation was married twice: to the alcoholic Dr.
Charles Gloyd () and then to David A. Nation ().