George F Hoar

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Oration Delivered by George F Hoar of Massachusetts April 7 1888

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THE NORTHWEST , AT MARIETTA , OHIO . ( SIXTH EDITION ) . WORCESTER ...

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A Letter by U S Senator George F Hoar of Massachusetts Jan 11 1900

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George F Hoar

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Letter From the Hon George F Hoar March 29 1899

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George F Hoar

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Author: 3d Session United States 58th Congress

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Autobiography of Seven Years

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Letter from the Hon George F Hoar March 29 1899 Declining Invitation to a Public Reception in B

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George F Hoar

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Speech of Hon George F Hoar in the Senate of the United States April 17 1900

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Oration Delivered by George F Hoar of Massachusetts April 7 1888

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Political Condition of the South Speech of Hon George F Hoar of Massachusetts in the House of R

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Oration Delivered by George F Hoar of Massachusetts April 7 1888

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Autobiography of Seventy Years

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An Open Letter to Hon George F Hoar Jan 10 1899

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The Fisheries Treaty

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George F Hoar late a Senator from Massachusetts Memorial Addresses Delivered in the Senate and House of Representatives Third Session of the Fifty eighth Congress

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Pamphlets Speeches and Periodicals on Woman Suffrage

Description: Various items including leaflet "Women in the state", by George F Hoar; pamphlet, "Hearing of the woman suffrage association with an address of Mrs Elizabeth Cady Stanton"; pamphlet, "Woman suffrage: reasons for and against" by ...

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Description: Various items including leaflet "Women in the state", by George F Hoar; pamphlet, "Hearing of the woman suffrage association with an address of Mrs Elizabeth Cady Stanton"; pamphlet, "Woman suffrage: reasons for and against" by Reverend Dr James Freeman Clarke; "Woman suffrage leaflet" published by NAWSA, including an article on woman suffrage in Wyoming; and pamphlet, "Eminent opinions on woman suffrage."

The Fisheries Treaty

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Speech of Hon George F Hoar of Massachusetts December 22 1902 at the Banquet of the New England Society of Pennsylvania at Philadelphia Classic Reprint

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Excerpt from Speech of Hon. George F. Hoar, of Massachusetts, December 22, 1902, at the Banquet of the New England Society, of Pennsylvania, at Philadelphia The chief sorrow and suffering of the Pilgrim came from the fact that he was an exile. I do not believe that any man or woman who stayed at home in England, loved her with a more intense affection than these men who had left her for conscience's sake. Her beautiful fields, her hills and valleys, her rivers, with their very names so full of music, her stately homes, were dear to these men. They had been born and bred to a gentle life. There were more college-bred men in Massachusetts, and in Plymouth, by far, than could be found in any territory of like extent and population in England. The suffering that they encountered, that their children might live free, was suffering of the spirit and not of the body. It once occurred to me that we could not be sure that it is an undiluted honor to be invited to speak in eulogy of our Pilgrim fathers and mothers on an occasion like this. Have you ever reflected, Mr. President, that the chief eulogists of the Pilgrim, since we began to celebrate this anniversary, have been, almost without exception, the men who had the least of the Pilgrim or the Puritan element in them, men who would not have been exiles, or reformers, or Pilgrims, under any provocation whatever. Webster and Choate, and Everett and Winthrop have paid tribute to the Pilgrims better than any one else. They were great and useful men in their time. But they were all absolutely devoted to maintaining the existing order of things. But would not the Pilgrim have been a failure if that were not true? The social order which was the result of the suffering the Pilgrim endured was a social order fit to be maintained. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.