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History of the Anti-saloon League.
Ernest Hurst Cherrington
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The Anti-Saloon League's primary product was the American Issue newspaper, but it issued number of other publications as well. At one point in its history, the League issued more than forty tons of anti-liquor publications every month. ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE. ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE. An interdenominational Protestant organization dedicated to advancing prohibition through political means. Founded in by Rev. H. H. Russell at Oberlin College, the Ohio Anti-Saloon League is credited with being the first nonpartisan, single-issue interest group in modern American politics. The.
What was the Anti-Saloon League? From to , the Anti-Saloon League was a major force in American politics. Influencing the United States through lobbying and the printed word, it turned a moral crusade against the manufacture, sale and consumption of alcohol into the Prohibition Amendment to the United States Constitution. The Anti-Saloon League Yearbook was first published in with Ernest Cherrington as its editor. Its annual publication as a hard bound book indexed with over pages tracked the temperance movement's progress year to year. It contained U.S. and individual state maps which followed the dry force's march across the country.
Anti-Saloon League Year Book , Ernest H. Cherrington, The Anti-Saloon League of America, 8vo, ( x cm), pp, in English, Softcover, Westerville, Ohio, Seller Inventory # y More information about this seller | Contact this seller The Anti Saloon League, founded in in Oberlin, Ohio began life as a state organization. Its first offices were in Columbus, Ohio; in , the League moved to nearby Westerville, Ohio where it also operated the American Issue Publishing Company. After , however, the League became a powerful national organization.
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Are Cited by: Anti-Saloon League, the leading organization lobbying for prohibition in the United States in the early 20th century. It was founded as a state society in Ohio inbut its influence spread rapidly, and in it became a national organization. It drew most of its support from Protestant.
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It was a key component of the Progressive Era, and was strongest in the South and rural North, drawing heavy support from pietistic Protestant ministers and their congregations, especially Methodists, Baptists, Disciples and Congregationalists.
History of the Anti-Saloon League by Ernest Hurst Cherrington,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. History of the Anti-Saloon League by Cherrington, Ernest Hurst, Publication date Topics Anti-saloon League of America Publisher Westerville, Ohio, American Issue Pub.
Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of Harvard University Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of. Dr. Schrad is the author of a forthcoming book about the global history of prohibition. Jan. 17, Members of the Anti-Saloon League of America gathered in Atlantic City, N.J., in It was the site of Underground Railroad activity, the Westerville Whiskey Wars and the printing headquarters of the worldwide recognized Anti-Saloon League of America.
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Organized for prohibition: a new history of the Anti-saloon League. [K Austin Kerr] -- Traces the history of the Anti-Saloon League, the political group most responsible for prohibition, and explains why prohibition failed.
The American Issue Publishing Company produced a great volume and variety of printed material for use in the campaigns of the Anti-Saloon League. The state-of-the-art printing facility produced tons of newspapers, magazines, books and fliers for distribution around the country and around the world.
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Westerville, Ohio, American Issue Pub. Co., The Anti-Saloon League wanted to expand the Enabling Act, which called for single statehood and prohibition in Indian Territory and the Osage Indian Reservation for twenty-one years, to include the entire state.
The league solicited the help of politicians, including Oklahoma's first governor, Charles N. Haskell. One of the most outstanding historians in the Anti-Saloon debate is Cherrington, the author of the Anti Saloon League year book documented a precise history of the controversial movement, he provided insights as to how the group was formed and what eventually led to its fall in his book titled History of the Anti-Saloon League.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text.
Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. edition. Excerpt: The Birth of the Anti-Saloon League THE year marked an epoch in the history of the temperance reform in the United Price Range: $ - $For decades, Westerville was the home of The Anti-Saloon League — the nation’s most powerful and effective prohibition organization.
Historians Beth Weinhardt and Ed Lentz explain how this.