2 edition of Carry Nation found in the catalog.
|Statement||Libretto by William North Jayme.|
|Contributions||Jayme, William North.|
|LC Classifications||ML50.M814 C4 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||74215603|
Shop for Books at and browse categories like Young Adult Books, Children's Books, Mystery Books, Adult Coloring Books and Cook Books. Save money. Live g: Carry Nation. CARRY A. NATION: Retelling the Life Fran Grace, Author. Indiana Univ. $35 (p) ISBN Buy this book This landmark biography of a much maligned and misunderstood figure will be.
Carrie Nation is jailed for smashing a nude painting and mirror in a Wichita saloon. January Carrie makes headlines as a "Saloon Smasher" and a temperance lecturer over the next 10 years. June 9, Carrie Nation dies in a Leavenworth sanatorium. Genre/Form: Biographies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Beals, Carleton, Cyclone Carry. Philadelphia, Chilton Co., Book Division .
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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ 4/4(1). In her well-received biography of Carry A. Nation, --Journal of American History "Admirably interweaves early 20th-century religious culture, regional politics, the suffrage and temperance movements, and the woman who worked zealously to unite them all."/5.
The image of Carry Nation as a fanatical Amazon—by now axiomatic in popular cartoons and history textbooks—is not historically accurate. The only serious biography ever published about her, Herbert Asbury's Carry Nation (), was tainted by the author's northeastern bias and dismissive attitude toward women.
Subsequent Carry Nation book exaggerated this skewed : Indiana University Press. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month of 97 results for Books: "carrie nation. Carry A. NationRetelling the LifeFran GraceThe story of one of America's most notorious and misunderstood Nation was 54 when she 5/5(2).
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Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. 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., ). Carry A. NationRetelling the Life Fran Grace The story of one of America's most notorious and misunderstood women.
Carry Nation was 54 when she ""smashed"" her first saloon, but her life before she started her infamous hatchet crusade has been little known until now.5/5(1). Carry Nation's mother rode about as Queen Victoria until she was put in an asylum after her husband's death, and Carry, who was essentially raised by the family's slaves to protect her from her mother's tantrums, compared herself to Joan of Arc and began conversing with angels at an early age.
She twice ""applied for sainthood"" before beginning her ""hatchetation"" campaign, and it was God's. A biography of Carry Nation, a radical member of the temperance movement and a force behind Prohibition (Carry, also called Carrie, was known to attack alcohol-serving establishments with a hatchet).
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InCarrie Nation published her life story as The Use and Need of the Life of Carry A. 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.
Carry Nation by Asbury, This book is in good condition, with some light bumping and edgewear. There are two small stains on the front cover. There is a small sticker and an inscription from a previous bookshop inside the back cover. The text is moderately yellowed, but clean and relatively tight in the binding.
(NATION, CARRY). ASBURY. Carry Nation worked to support her daughter, mother-in-law, and herself. At one point when their situation became more difficult than usual she turned to her God.
She asked God to direct her to a second husband able to support her and her family. She felt her faith led her to David Nation, a minister, lawyer, and newspaperman. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Asbury, Herbert, Carry Nation. New York, A.A.
Knopf, (OCoLC) Named Person: Carry Amelia Nation. Get this from a library. Carry Nation. [Arnold Madison] -- Portrays the personal crises, determination, and deep religious faith that led Carry Nation to conduct her temperance crusade.
Nation’s autobiography The cover of the original opera The Use and Need of the Life of Carry A. Nation, edition There are three editions of Nation’s autobiography.
The first edition, shown above, was published in. Fran Grace spoke about her biography, Carry A. Nation: Retelling the Life, published by Indiana University Press. The author said that Carry Nation () was known for her bold activism.Get this from a library!
Carry A. Nation: retelling the life. [Fran Grace] -- Profiles the life of Carry Nation from her upbringing in Kentucky and devastating first marriage to her ascendancy as a full-time smasher, preacher, lecturer, off-Broadway performer, and, from time.Entry: Nation, Carry A.
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