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Graduation Speech, 20 women and 1 man graduating, Women's rights, educational improvement, advancement in general, used several examples from the World's Columbian Exposition at Chicago, advancement in all areas, development of society, revolution, advancement, and progress, selfishness in society can ruin societies, congratulations.

Date

5-25-1894

Time Period

1880-1899

Object Type

text

Format (Original)

document

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PDF

Digital ID

1JMS_V1_p093_thru_p104

Repository

Congressional Political Research Center. Mississippi State University Libraries.

Digital Publisher

Mississippi State University Libraries (electronic).

Source

John Marshall Stone Letter Book, Volume 1, page 93-104

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Letter to Graduating class of Graded school at Meridian, May 25, 1894

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