"Grace Greenwood," Philadelphia Inquirer, Nov 24, 1863

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Title

"Grace Greenwood," Philadelphia Inquirer, Nov 24, 1863

Subject

Lippincott, Sara Jane (pseudonym: Grace Greenwood), 1832-1904
Praise
Gossip--Lecture
Fame
Patriotism

Description

Grace Greenwood's work as a lecturer is praised.

Credit

Readex: America's Historical Newspapers

Publisher

W.W. Harding

Date

1863-11-24

Type

Reference

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GRACE GREENWOOD.--Grace Greenwood (Mrs. LIPPINCOTT, of this city), made an address on Tuesday night last, at the Tabernacle, in Jersey City, en[?] "The Silver Lining of the War Cloud." The lecturer is a thoroughly loyal woman, and her energetic treatment of the Rebellion, or slavery as its cause and strength, and or sympathizers with treason, carried away the feelings and excited the patriotism of her New Jersey audience, which not only declined to hiss or be silent, but gave loud and enthusiastic cheers. An eloquent allusion [?] to the President brought out rounds of applause, which, when they died away, were three times renewed before the lecturer could proceed. Nearly two thousand people[?] heard the address.

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Location

Philadelphia, PA, US

Geocode (Latitude)

39.9527237

Geocode (Longitude)

-75.1635262

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“"Grace Greenwood," Philadelphia Inquirer, Nov 24, 1863,” Archival Gossip Collection, accessed April 22, 2024, https://archivalgossip.com/collection/items/show/682.

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