1 edition of The eloquence of Edward Everett found in the catalog.
The eloquence of Edward Everett
Richard A. Katula
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Richard A. Katula|
|LC Classifications||E340.E8 K38 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010000445|
Edward Everett Root Publishers Co. Ltd. A SPECTATOR BOOK OF THE YEAR. More information NEW RELEASES and newly announced titles. Name: * More information More information To see all our titles click Catalogue. To subscribe to the quarterly. Edward Everett (Ap – Janu ) was an American politician, religious leader and educator from was a served as U.S. Representative, and U.S. Senator, the 15th Governor of Massachusetts, Minister to Great Britain, and United States Secretary of also taught at Harvard University and was as president of nant: George Hull.
Edward Everett was born on Ap in Dorchester, Massachusetts (then independent from Boston), the fourth of eight children, to the Rev. Oliver Everett and Lucy Hill Everett, the daughter of Alexander Sears father was a direct descendant of early colonist Richard Everett, and his mother's family also had deep colonial roots. His father had served as pastor of New South Church Born: Ap , Dorchester, Massachusetts, U.S. Although most of the Edward Everett papers are included in this microfilm edition, the papers of Everett's daughters Anne Gorham Everett and Charlotte Everett Wise (Vol. ) have not been microfilmed. Use the call number Ms. N to request these items.
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Edward Everett () was America’s first Ph.D., a United States Congressman, Governor of Massachusetts, Ambassador to England, President of Harvard University, Secretary of State, a United States Senator, and a Vice-Presidential candidate.
In the midst of this distinguished career, he was also a famous and profound orator, delivering 5/5(1). Edward Everett () was America's first Ph.D., a United States Congressman, Governor of Massachusetts, Ambassador to England, President of Harvard University, Secretary of State, a United States Senator, and a Vice-Presidential candidate.
In the midst of this distinguished career, he was also a famous and profound orator, delivering hundreds of orations across the nation, and at least. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Eloquence of Edward Everett: America's Greatest Orator First edition by Richard A.
Katula () Paperback at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5(4). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Edward Everett: an American life --Edward Everett: a full life, well lived --Remembering Edward Everett --Edward Everett's place in history --Edward Everett: orator and statesman --The golden age of American oratory --A culture built on oratory.
Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Edward Everett was born on Ap in Dorchester, Massachusetts (then independent from Boston), the fourth of eight children, to the Rev.
Oliver Everett and Lucy Hill Everett, the daughter of Alexander Sears father was a direct descendant of early colonist Richard Everett, and his mother's family also had deep colonial roots. His father had served as pastor of New South Church Education: Harvard University (BA, MA), University.
Edward Everett, American statesman and orator who is mainly remembered for delivering the speech immediately preceding President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address (Nov. 19, ) at the ceremony dedicating the Gettysburg National Cemetery (Pa.) during the American Civil War (–65).
By Richard A. Katula, whose book The Eloquence of Edward Everett, America's Greatest Orator will be published this spring, is participating in a program at the Dorchester Historical Society on Febru at 2 pm.
The following is adapted from his book. In this book, Everett's training as an orator and his career on the public stage are reviewed in the context of his times, often referred to as the Golden Age of American oratory." --Book Jacket.
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Dorchester Historical Society members may order the book for only $18 total including shipping and handling. a $6 savings. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Edward Everett (Everett, Edward, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available. Everett, Edward, A Defence of Christianity, Against the Work of George B.
English, A.M., Entittled The Grounds of Christianity Examined, by Comparing the New Testament With the Old (Boston: Cummings and Hilliard; Cambridge: Hilliard and Metcalf. Description: Edward Everett () was America’s first Ph.D., a United States Congressman, Governor of Massachusetts, Ambassador to England, President of Harvard University, Secretary of State, a United States Senator, and a Vice-Presidential candidate.
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But the orator who remembered so many others is not entirely forgotten. When the Lincoln Memorial was finished init was adorned in a way that felt right to Americans – as a temple, with a. "This volume has been prepared, under the direction of a Committee of the City Council, for the purpose of preserving, in a permanent form.
some of the numerous tributes of respect to the memory of Edward Everett. whose great accomplishments and unsurpassed eloquence were always devoted to the cause of good morals, to the elevation of the human race, and to creating in the hearts of his.
edward everett, of massachusetts. (borndied ) on the kansas-nebraska bill; senate of the united states, february 8, Edward Everett (Ap – Janu ) was an American politician, pastor, educator, diplomat, and orator from Massachusetts.
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Others, like Patrick Henry, Daniel Webster, Edward Everett, John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr., and Ronald Reagan, undoubtedly were gifted and powerful speakers, yet none of these men have produced a body of work—both written and spoken—that has so .Edward Everett’s arrival opened a year span of five presidencies and one acting presidency in which death and resignation left no one in office much longer than seven years.
With his many years of experience in high-level state, national, and international affairs, Everett () did not relish the prospect of running a university.