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Women who made history in Monroe County
|Statement||by the Women of Monroe County Committee, Helen G. Brown and Mary M. Henning, co-chairs ; edited by Mary Frances Postupack.|
|Contributions||Postupack, Mary Frances., Women of Monroe County Committee (Monroe County, Pa.)|
|LC Classifications||CT3260 .W64 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 338 p. :|
|Number of Pages||338|
|LC Control Number||93061868|
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Dinolfo Announces Monroe County Small Business Week. While part of a network of women working on issues related to wives and mothers, Lilla Day Monroe was one of the leaders in the suffrage movement in the early s. Lilla Day Women who made history in Monroe County book was born in Pulaski County, Indiana and came to Kansas in She settled in Wakeeney, Trego County, Kansas, at the end of the "frontier" era.
The photographs and Women who made history in Monroe County book in this book focus on the first years of Monroe County, from until This joint Women who made history in Monroe County book between the Pocono Record and the Monroe County Historical Association gives readers a glimpse of the rich heritage of our area.
Birth of Monroe County Commodore Porter arrived in April and Monroe County was created on July 3, The City of Key West incorporated in Byits population was Byacres were mapped as a town with 64 blocks.
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Originally published inthis book has been our best seller. It’s loaded with stories, histories, and photographs of Monroe County’s. Page followed by *** At head of title: Most of the plates printed on both sides. Plate IX is a full page illustration History of Monroe county, New York, by Prof.
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To the citizens of the city and County of Monroe, Michigan: The pioneers and first settlers of our city and county have nearly all passed away, and the wish has frequently been expressed that some person would rescue from oblivion the incidents connected with the first settlement of our city and the towns and villages of our country.
Monroe County cemetery listings: More than 95 cemeteries, indexed by surname.; Scrapbooks: Indexed marriage and death announcements.
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Monroe County Historical Society. Most of the early activities of the society have been lost by fire or their whereabouts unknown. The society’s periods of inactivity and changes of venue undoubtedly contributed to the lack of coherent body of records, but over time, many were rediscovered and have made it possible to reconstruct some sense of the past.
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Photo: First graduating class. County History. On November 2,Gov. John Pope approved an act erecting the County of Monroe out of territory taken from Arkansas and Phillips counties, and named for James Monroe, the fifth President of the United States. It is situated in the east central part of the state, has an area of square miles and is bounded as follows: On.
A History of Monroe County, West Virginia Greenbrier and Kanawha intersect, thence up the river with the Greenbrier and Montgomery lines to the intersection of Monroe line; That the appointment of a place for holding courts, and of a clerk, shall not be made unless a majority of 4/5(1).
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Sources: History of Snohomish County ed by William Whitfield (Chicago-Seattle: Pioneer Historical Publishing Co., ); William H. Mason, Snohomish County at War (Everett: Mason Publishing Co.
Inc.);The Everett Herald; Monroe Monitor; Monroe Transcript: A.D. Gaisford; Monroe Monitor-Transcript; Monroe Monitor/Valley News: Washington Transcript: A.D. Gaisford; Monroe Independent. In just one 24 hour period alone inthree people in Monroe County died of heroin overdoses.
This Women’s History Month, as we honor the women of Author: Rep. Tim Walberg. On President Monroe embarked on a grand tour of the northern United States to examine fortifications, inspect troop detachments, and inspire national fervor.
13 In Junethese unidentified women were sent back to the Monroe property in Albemarle County—likely because of the president’s extended trip away from Washington. The letters are from officers of several temperance and prohibition organizations, including the Monroe County Prohibition Party, Women's Christian Temperance Union, Royal Templars of Temperance, National Society and Prohibition House, National Prohibition Bureau, New York Prohibition Party, and Office of Christian Prohibition State Committee.
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That being said, our many authors have diligently worked to provide a quality publication. The book is dedicated to the men and women who have served in the office of sheriff in the state of Missouri and to their deputies and staff members who. family research in Monroe County,Ohio.
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CHAMBER NAMES AWARD WINNERS MONROE COUNTY. She is editor of the soon-to-be-published book "Women Who Made History in Monroe County." For further information about the awards dinner, call ( Monroe was born April 5, in Hillsborough County, Florida to parents Eugene and Leona Monroe.
Shortly after he was born, the family moved to Thomasville, Georgia, where he received his education through the public school system, graduating from Frederick Douglass High School.
Susan B. Anthony House, in Rochester, New York, was the home of Susan B. Anthony for forty years, while she was a national figure in the women's rights movement. She was arrested in the front parlor after attempting to vote in the Presidential resided here until her death.
The house was purchased for use as a memorial inand declared a National Historic Landmark in Location: 17 Madison Street, Rochester, New York. Monroe County (Mich.) -- History, Monroe County (Mich.) -- Biography Publisher New York, Munsell & company Collection newyorkpubliclibrary; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor New York Public Library Language English.
Althea Gibson started playing tennis as a child in New York City, winning her first tennis tournament at age She dominated the American Tennis Association circuit, reserved for black players, for more than a decade.
InGibson broke the tennis color barrier at Forest Hills Country Club (site of the U.S. Open); the following year, she became the first African American to play at. E-book creation: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library URL: Index of Photos and History of People (You can search any file or page on this web site by following the steps found by clicking on Search.)The following is a list of photos that can be accessed by clicking on the name of the photo.
If you know the names of any of the people in these photos, please contact the webmaster so that they can be added. Genealogy Indexes. The following indexes were created by the volunteers and staff of the Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County. They point to source material located in the Local History & Genealogy Division and the Retrieval Room at the Central Library.
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History of Monroe County, Michigan, Volume 1 Talcott Enoch Wing Full view - HIST OF MONROE COUNTY MICHIGAN Talcott Enoch Wing, Ed No preview available - have caused these Letters to be made 5/5(1).Abstract: Collection of ebook memoirs ebook Kansas pioneer women or children of the late 19th century.
The stories describe daily life and were solicited by Lilla Day Monroe & intended for publication. The essays were written as part of her efforts to collect reminiscences concerning the women's perspective in settling Kansas.