2 edition of literary societies in Old Miami from 1825 to 1873 found in the catalog.
literary societies in Old Miami from 1825 to 1873
Virgil Earl Davis
Written in English
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Old Main witnessed the founding of the Erodelphian Literary Society and the Union Literary Society in and later the founding of Beta Theta Pi, Delta Zeta, and Phi Kappa Tau. The collection contains an original and a microfilm copy of the Recording Secretary’s Book of the Union Literary Institute that dates from – This almost page book contains the minutes of the Board of Managers. There appears to be no minutes from September through July ; for and ; or for and File Size: 37KB.
Linguistic clarification • fraternity is from 14th century writing of the poet Gower, adapted from old french "fraternite", derived from Latin "frater" and related forms meaning "brother". sorority means sister. woman imitated mens organizations and called themselves "fraternities" to distinguish themselves from societies. traced back to indo-european languages. The first church building was erected about the year It was a frame building and remained until , when it gave place to a brick structure. The present building was dedicated Decem , and is located a short distance north of the site of the old Court House.
eighth annual report of the visiting agent of the board of state charities, Designed for the use of academies, schools, private classes, and the home circle; and especially adapted to the use of literary societies, exhibition - rooms, and other public occasions. By Nathaniel K. Richardson (Philadelphia: Published by P. Garrett & Co., ) [BrooksC,SeeingA].
Proceedings of the Symposium on Productivity through Technology, Harrogate 18th-20th October 1980.
Articles of incorporation and by-laws of the Mississippi and Iowa Central Railroad Company, October 20, 1854.
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A literary society is a group of people interested in this refers to a society that wants to promote one genre of literature, e.g. the World Science Fiction Society, or a specific writer-- see, for example, the list of poetry groups and societies typically engage in research about their chosen author or genre, publishing a newsletter and holding meetings to.
- The first literary societies at Miami University were the Erodelphian and the Union Literary Societies, both founded in These societies were the first student organizations on campus, and served purposes both academic and social.
Among their functions were hosting debates, hosting guest speakers, and collecting books pins. College literary societies in American higher education were a distinctive kind of social organization, distinct from literary societies generally, and they were often the precursors of college fraternities and sororities.
In the period from the late eighteenth century to the Civil War, collegiate literary societies were an important part of campus social life. When Old Miami closed its doors inthe societies' records were stored in their library shelves; the shades were drawn, the doors locked, the keys entrusted to Professor McFarland until the college literary societies in Old Miami from 1825 to 1873 book open again.
When New Miami began its first term inthe literary societies reorganized. But things were not the same. Men of old Miami, a book of portraits. on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.5/5(1). Old Miami is the time between to antebellum (pre-civil war) times in which this small frontier collegiate town harbored an impressive roster of magnificent men that founded universities, served in the US Congress, invented the Stock ticker, helped keep West Virginia and Kentucky in the union, was a US President, served as ambassadors, and 5/5(1).
Men of old Miami, ; a book of portraits by Havighurst, Walter, Publication date Topics Billings, John S. (John Shaw),Miami University (Oxford, Ohio), Famous Persons Publisher New York, Putnam Internet Archive Books.
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This building "Old Egypt" as generations of students called it, finally burned in By there were the Center Building, with its west wing, two residence halls, and the science laboratory; these comprised the campus buildings throughout the five decades of Old Miami, until the college closed in state and nation graduated from "Old Miami." The period of the Civil War, however, at length brought serious hard- ships upon the University, and owing to financial difficulty, Miami was closed in In 18S5, the era Of the "New Miami" was initiated, college- Classes were re- sumed, and the Board of Trustees once more assumed active Size: 2MB.
College literary societies today. The Philomathean Society () of the University of Pennsylvania is the oldest continuously-existing literary society in the United States.
The University of Georgia hosts two literary societies (both of which were temporarily disbanded during the Civil War and the subsequent Union occupation): the Demosthenian Literary Society, founded inand the Phi. First Presbyterian Church, Dayton, Ohio.
Presbyterian Cook Book () Compiled By The Ladies Of The First Presbyterian Church, Dayton, Ohio. From the MSU collection. Common Sense In The Household: A Manual Of Practical Housewifery () by Marion Harland [Pseud.]. From the. American Literary Annuals and Gift Books, Author Index 1 Abbot, Anne W., (ed.).
Autumn Leaves, Original Pieces in Prose and Verse. Cambridge, Mass: John Bartlett. (HCL) Printed for relief of the poor, according to preface. Articles are unsigned, but HCL copy has manuscript annotations indicating that Anne WalesFile Size: KB.
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This burgeoning field of inquiry investigates the social and cultural context of the act of literary creation by relating it to the modes of its production and distribution.Literary societies have been formed and organized, belonging to the Miami University.
The Erodelphian Society was organized in September,having for its professed object the cultivation of science, eloquence, and friendship.
The members were all students of Miami University.