2 edition of Address at the unvailing of the monument erected to ther memory of James Lewis Young found in the catalog.
Address at the unvailing of the monument erected to ther memory of James Lewis Young
William Campbell Preston Breckinridge
Microfiche (negative). Louisville, [Ky.] : Lost Cause Press, 1977. -- 2 sheets ; 10.5 x 14.8 cm. -- ([Kentucky culture series])
|Statement||by Wm. C. P. Breckinridge|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||20 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||20|
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Address at the unvailing of the monument erected to the memory of James Lewis Young: delivered in Machpelah Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Ky. on October 2, [William C P Breckinridge; Mount Sterling (Ky.)]. Excerpt from Oration at the Unveiling of the Monument Erected to the Memory of Maj.
Gen. James B. Steedman The first recorded evidence we have of this custom is to be found in the Holy Bible, wherein we read the story of the patriarch Jacob and his wife Rachel, and learn that when she died jacob set a pillar upon her grave, to mark the place of her : John C.
Smith. Excerpt from Oration at the Unveiling of the Monument Erected to the Memory of Maj. Gen. James B. Steedman The first recorded evidence we have of this custom is to be found in the Holy Bible, wherein we read the story of the patriarch Jacob and his wife Rachel, and learn that when she died jacob set a pillar upon her grave, to mark the place of her : John C Smith.
Breckinridge, William Campbell Preston, Address at the unvailing of the monument erected to the memory of James Lewis Young: delivered in Machpelah Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Ky., on October 2, / (Cincinnati: Robert Clarke &. found: Address at the unvailing of the monument erected to the memory of James Lewis Young, t.p.
(Wm. C.P. Breckinridge). HISTORIC SKETCH OF THE MONUMENT ERECTED IN WASHINGTON CITY TO THE HONOR OF SAMUEL HAHNEMANN Compiled by the Rev.
BITTINGER, D.D. Presented by Sylvain Cazalet. UNVEILING AND DEDICATION OF THE MONUMENT. THE day finally came - the long delayed - that was to crown with deserved success the faithful and persevering labors of the.
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The monument Committee then decided on Monday 1st November as the date of the unveiling. The invited the Very Rev Byrne, P.P.,V.F., Larne, to perform the unveiling in the presence of representatives of Irish Ireland organisations and a large number of Nationalists from the village and surrounding district.
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Cambridge, Massachusetts abutting Boston is the place where a monument or memorial will be erected to the memory of Prince Hall. The memorial will be placed on the historic Cambridge “Common” or Green near the memorial there to George Washington.
The Cambridge Common is the place where George Washington first formed the Continental : Fred Milliken. The unveiling of the monument took place in the Muncy cemetery, Octoand was witnessed by thousands of spectators. Gernerd also took an active interest in securing the necessary funds to erect in the cemetery near Muncy a beautiful monument to perpetuate the names and deeds of the patriotic solders who fell while defending the.
Delivered at the Unveiling of The Freedmen’s Monument in Lincoln Park, Washington, D.C. Friends and Fellow-citizens: I warmly congratulate you upon the highly interesting object which has caused you to assemble in such numbers and spirit as you have today.
This occasion is in some respects remarkable. Wise and thoughtful men of our race, who shall come after us, and. substantial monument, erected originally to the memory of his brother, who had died in One face of the monument bears this inscription: "Erected by G.
Troup, the brother, and G. Troup, Jr., the nephew, as a tribute to the memory of R. TROUP who died Septem Aged 64 years.". unveiled, Aug The monument to the memory of Maj.-General Sir Isaac Brock which stands on the edge of Court House Green in Brockville was erected in as a centenary project by the local Gen.
Brock Chapter, Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire. This group of Brockville women had worked for over seven years to bring about the.
Full text of "Historic southern monuments; representative memorials of the heroic dead of the southern Confederacy" See other formats. The unveiling of the Confederate Monument, erected by the Sarah E. Hornady chapter, U.D.C., on Thursday of this week was indeed a success in every respect.
More than a thousand enthusiastic spectators were present, and the program which had been arranged by the Daughters was most interestingly carried out.
The center monument honored the gravesite of Sacagawea, the fabled Shoshone interpreter who hiked with Lewis and Clark to the Pacific. The other two were for her sons: one for Bazil, and one for Jean-Baptiste, whose life began as a transcontinental papoose strapped to his mother’s : Natalie Shure.
Events started in January, but there are plenty more to take in. Tonight, Feb. 7 starting at p.m. in the Stern Center Ballroom, author and professor James E. Young will discuss his book, The Author: Mary Scott Hardaway.
History, Memory, and Monuments: An Overview of the Scholarly Literature on Commemoration Kirk Savage, University of Pittsburgh “Monuments are good for nothing,” a North Carolina Congressman declared in In the founding years of the United States, many argued that democracy and the spread of literacy had made commemorative rituals and monuments Written: Description: The Pennsylvania Monument was erected by the Pennsylvania Legislature to commemorate the patriotic devotion, heroism and self-sacrifice of the officers and soldiers of the Pennsylvania volunteers who died while confined as Prisoners of War in the Confederate military prison at Salisbury.
The monument is an arcade structure with a domed roof. The Minute Man is an sculpture by Daniel Chester French located in Minute Man National Historical Park in Concord, was created between and after extensive research by French and was originally intended to be made of stone.
The medium was switched to bronze and it was cast from cannons captured from the Confederate Army during the. The metal marker was placed there by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.
The stone monument was erected by E. McColly and Son in County Commissioners Elliott L. Hibbs, James F. Torrence, and John P.
Kilgore approved the $ cost in The inscription reads: “St. Clair Hollow, Named In Honor Of. Gen. Arthur St. Clair. Charing Cross (/ ˌ tʃ ær ɪ ŋ ˈ k r ɒ s /) is a junction in London, England, where six routes meet.
Clockwise from north these are: the east side of Trafalgar Square leading to St Martin's Place and then Charing Cross Road; the Strand; Northumberland Avenue; Whitehall; The Mall leading to Admiralty Arch and Buckingham Palace; and two short roads leading to Pall y: England.
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Bloomfield. REGISTER OF THE KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Unveiling Ceremonies of the Monument Erected by the State of. Michigan in Honor of the Brave Kentuckians and Others Who. In Memory of Mrs. Mary Dudley Aldridge and Miss Hallie Herndon.
of Frankfort, Kentucky. Febru File Size: KB. Able Address By James H. Wilkerson. The Ringgold county soldiers' monument in the northeast corner of the court house square, erected to the memory of the men who gave their lives in defense of their country, was dedicted last Thursday, July 4, with appropriate exercises.
It was a fitting observance of Independence day. An address at the unveiling of the monument erected by the Commercial Exchange Association of Philadelphia (late Corn Exchange Association): to commemorate the heroic services of the Corn Exchange Regiment, th Penn’a Volunteers: delivered at Round Top on the Gettysburg Battlefield, September 8, Carnegie, Andrew, Official souvenir program of the exercises attending the unveiling of the monument erected to the memory of Col.
James Anderson by Andrew Carnegie. (Allegheny City, Pa., ) (page images at HathiTrust). The unveiling of The Great War Remembrance Monument in the Green Park, Ballina, took place on Saturday, June 20th, The monument was unveiled by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD before a large and representative gathering of local people, including public representatives, clergymen, relatives of some of those soldiers whose names are inscribed on the memorial.
Poets' Corner is the name traditionally given to a section of the South Transept of Westminster Abbey because of the high number of poets, playwrights, and writers buried and commemorated there.
The first poet interred in Poets' Corner was Geoffrey Chaucer. Over the centuries, a tradition has grown up of interring or memorialising people there in recognition of their.
when Atty. Harry C. James assumed the. position, having been elected November 3, BEDFORD (PA.) COURT HOUSE, BUILT The present town clock (in the Court House. Tower) was purchased in for the sum of $ The Soldiers' Monument was erected in Notes of Interest.
The highest point in the county is near Pavia, An Address on the Dedication of a Monument Erected to the Memory of the Rev. James Caldwell: Formerly Pastor of the Said Church, Who Fell by the Hand of an Assassin, November 24th,Delivered in the First Presbyterian Church in Elizabeth-town, N.J.
- Monument at Gettysburg - Monument at Blackford's Ford (Antietam) - References Cattell, Alexander G. An address at the unveiling of the monument erected by the Commercial exchange association of Philadelphia: th Regiment, Philadelphia: The Commercial list printing house, Donaldson, Francis Adams.
Parade to commence at Ahaphuca at pm led by the Thomas kent Pipe band and stopping to lay wreaths, in honour of the six brave young Irish Volunteers who gave their lives for Ireland during the War of Independence () at the Sraharla Monument and then continuing on to Kilclooney where Minister Sherlock will unveil the newly constructed Ardán Radhairce/Viewing.
(OPA) ‘‘to gather up the scattered materials and erect a monument to the pioneer mothers of Oregon.’’8 It took Oregonians another two decades to erect such a statue—one of the earliest pioneer monu-ments erected in the U.S. West. Erected by the Portland Woman’s Club for the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition Alice Coop-Author: Cynthia Culver Prescott.
His body lies in the cemetery at Lynchburg, and over his grave is erected a monument upon which is this inscription: Sacred be this Monument to the Memory of Edward J. Steptoe, Late Lieut. Colonel in the Army of the United States, who was born in. Handsome Monument Erected in Honor of Kentucky Heroes who Fell at the Battle of the River Raisin, JanuaryTragic Death of Col.
John Allen of Shelby County, who, with Capt. Bland Ballard, Engaged in Battle Col. Bennett Young‘s Eloquent Eulogy of those who Fought at. And so Bernard kept to his work.
Bernard’s loved ones have erected a fine stone here in his memory. But in a way, Bernard erected his own monument, in his works of scholarship. That monument is a groaning shelf of books in our libraries.
It is important here to distinguish between memory and legacy. Andrew Carnegie’s most popular book is Edwin M. Stanton. An Address: Delivered on the Official Souvenir Program of the Exercises Attending the Unveiling of the Monument Erected to the Memory of Col.
James Anderson by Andrew Carnegie, Allegheny City, Pa., J by. Andrew Carnegie. 1 A CONGREGATION OF STORM. The most pitiable among men is he who turns his dreams into silver and gold. —Khalil Gibran. Some years in Portland, Oregon, winter is a bully, spitting sleet and spewing snow in fits and starts as it violently wrestles days from spring, claiming some archaic right to remain king of the seasons—ultimately the vain attempt of another /5().Anderson County Confederate Monument - East money cane in by driblets but when at last there was enough, a committee to select the design was named which included Miss Hubbard, Mrs.
Bleckley, and Miss Ditma Gilmer from the Memorial Association, Mrs. C.S. Sullivan from the Robert E. Lee Chapter of the UDC, Mrs.
J.M. Patrick from the Dixie.(Unveiling announcements may be In-serted by mail or by calling The Jewish News office, WO. S Written an-nouncements must be accompanied by the name and address of the person making the insertion. There Is a standard charge of $2. for unveiling notices, measuring an Inch in depth).
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