1 edition of Maine temperance journal found in the catalog.
Maine temperance journal
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The Maine Law (or "Maine Liquor Law"), passed on June 2, in Maine, was the first statutory implementations of the developing temperance movement in the United States. History. Temperance activist Neal Dow helped craft the Maine liquor law while he was mayor of Portland, Maine. The law's wording included that the sale of all alcoholic.
Dow, a businessman, helped found the Maine Temperance Society before entering politics in Portland, where he became mayor in It was from that position that he successfully wrote and submitted to the state legislature "A Bill for the Suppression of Drinking Houses and Tippling Shops" that prohibited the manufacture and sale of all alcoholic beverages.
Book Collections at the Maine State Library. A broadside produced by a temperance society. A copy donated to the Maine State Library included a number of unbound items.
Included are photographs of trains and newspaper clippings the last run of the Steam Engine on the Maine Central Railroad. ANNUAL-REPORT-OF-THE-MAINE-TEMPERANCE-SOCIETY Download Annual-report-of-the-maine-temperance-society ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format.
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prohibition, legal prevention of the manufacture, transportation, and sale of alcoholic beverages, the extreme of the regulatory liquor modern movement for prohibition had its main growth in the United States and developed largely as a result of the agitation of 19th-century temperance ians have pointed out that alcohol consumption rose.
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The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission reports that 60% of women experience every-day workplace sexual harassment. Neal Dow (Ma – October 2, ) was an American Prohibition advocate and politician.
Nicknamed the "Napoleon of Temperance" and the "Father of Prohibition", Dow was born to a Quaker family in Portland, a young age, he believed alcohol to be the cause of many of society's problems and sought to ban it through legislation. InDow was Born: MaPortland, Maine.
David Wagner is a professor emeritus of sociology and social work at the University of Southern Maine. He is the author of eleven books including the C. Wright Mills award winner, Checkerboard Square: Culture and Resistance in a Homeless Community, the Northeast Popular Culture Award for The New Temperance: The American Obsession with Sin and : Welcome - Maine History Online tells the stories of Maine and its people through essays, exhibits, historical images, documents, and objects drawn from Maine Memory Network and its more than contributing organizations across the state.
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The Advocate of Freedom, the organ of the Maine Anti-Slavery Society was the first Anti-Slavery newspaper in Portland. When Maine went dry. in the Maine Bar Journal. The Maine Women’s Christian Temperance Union, located in the Neal Dow House at Congress St.
Signings, etc. Kate McCarty talks in Saco about her latest book, 'Distilled in Maine: A History of Libations, Temperance & Craft Spirits.'. temperance movements, organized efforts to induce people to abstain—partially or completely—from alcoholic beverages. Such movements occurred in ancient times, but ceased until the wide use of distilled liquors in the modern period resulted in increasing drunkenness.
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The state's 'wretched' early years. George Washington. A black-bear-inspired war with Canada. A national reputation for drunkenness. And unmistakable political clout in Washington, D.C.
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We specialize in making it easier for you to get the books. Between 1, and 3, people opposed to the law gathered because Neal S. Dow, the mayor of Portland and a Maine Temperance Society leader, had authorized a shipment of $1, of "medicinal and mechanical alcohol." The protesters believed, falsely, that.
The Temperance Reform and its Great Reformers The Washingtonian movement had its origin in a tippling house, in the city of Baltimore, in the yearwith a company of half a dozen hard drinkers who had formed themselves into a club, and who used to meet for drinking bouts at Chase's tavern. Maine state political manual and annual register Maine state year-book and legislative manual /87 (varies slightly) Maine register; or, State year book //93 Vol/date range Began publication in Continues Maine legislative manual.
‘Prohibition’ in Maine set stage for national effort. The hard-won legislation was so groundbreaking, so controversial, it was known. SJLT 2 () Karl Inge Tangen: The Need for Temperance: On Organizational Leadership and Temperance 3 This interpretation of temperance as a type of supportive virtue is also present in Thomas Aquinas’ medieval synthesis of Christian and Greek thinking.2 Thomas rejects the idea that temperance is the reali zation of the good (Aquinas, ).3 A ccording to the Th o.
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5 Gusfield, Joseph, Symbolic Crusade: Status Politics and the American Temperance Movement (Urbana and London: University of Illinois Press, ), 4 – 5.W. Rorabaugh also notes Quaker concern regarding America's alcohol use in the Revolutionary War period, citing Anthony Benezet and John Wesley's pamphlet The potent enemies of Cited by: 1.
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The cyclopaedia of temperance and prohibition: a reference book of facts, statistics, and general information on all phases of the drink question, the temperance movement and the prohibition agitation. Report of the Enforcement Commission of the State of Maine. (Augusta: Kennebec Journal Print., ).
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The connection may be birth, residency, employment or works that are set in Maine. Suggest an Author for Maine Writers Index. Please complete this form to suggest an author for the Maine Writers Index. If you are a Maine author and not listed. At least that’s the story circulated in the June 1,Lewiston Evening Journal after Mrs.
Lillian M.N. Stevens, a Maine resident and president of. Early Maine ran on sweet and fiery New England rum. Later, rapid industrial advances and ever-present drinking opportunities made daily life unnecessarily hazardous.
Overindulgence triggered a severe backlash, a fierce temperance movement and eighty-two years of prohibition in the Pine Tree : The Maine Review (MeR) is a triannual online literary journal that publishes culturally significant and innovative writing and visual art by writers and artists living in Maine, across the country, and around the world.
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Carroll, Andrew. "Rum And Rights In Portland, Maine.". Start studying Temperance Movement. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. His efforts help pass the "Maine Law" banning sale and production of alcohol. a temperance journal for women. Prohibition.
Making the production, sale, and consumption of alcohol illegal. Various imprints. Published in Boston, Mass. until Feb./Mar. Vols. for summer spring "edited by the Scientific Temperance Federation"; summer Dec. "edited by the Temperance Education Foundation.".
David Wagner, Ph.D., Author David Wagner is an emeritus professor of social work and sociology at the University of Southern Maine (). He is the author of eleven books, including Checkerboard Square: Culture and Resistance in a Homeless Community, which won the C.
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The working class of Maine disagreed with this measure and on June 2, opposition turned violent.