5 edition of Thomas Lamb Eliot, 1841-1936 found in the catalog.
Thomas Lamb Eliot, 1841-1936
Earl Morse Wilbur
Published writings: p. 137-139.
|Statement||by Earl Morse Wilbur.|
|LC Classifications||BX9869.E38 W5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 139 p.|
|Number of Pages||139|
|LC Control Number||37020564|
Thomas Lamb Eliot ; Henry Ware Eliot ; Elizabeth Cranch Eliot ; Abby Adams Eliot ; Margaret Dawes Eliot ; Frank Andrew Eliot ; Sarah Glasgow Eliot ; Christopher Rhodes Eliot ; William Smith Eliot ; Edward Cranch Eliot ; John Eliot ; Rose Greenleaf. Eliot was a Unitarian minister, an educator, and assisted in the founding of Reed College in Oregon. From the description of Letters to Thomas Lamb Eliot, (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: From the description of Additional letters to Thomas Lamb Eliot, (Harvard University). WorldCat record id:
” [In April, Thomas Lamb Eliot (), uncle of T. S. Eliot arrives at Japan, dispatched by the Unitarian Association of America, to supervise the Unitarian mission in Japan (Narita, Eriotto ). Saichiro Kanda, the virtual leader of the Association, wields his power to drive away from the organization the Doshisha-related members. One last note: The family of the late Pietro Belluschi declined to have this building named after him. Thus, the privilege went to the late Thomas Lamb Eliot (), who many of you know was a city father and philanthropist who was instrumental in getting Reed College established. He was also the first minister of the nearby Unitarian Church.
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Thomas and Henrietta Eliot had eight children. Their oldest son, William G. Eliot Jr., became the pastor of Portland’s First Unitarian Church in When Thomas Lamb Eliot died in Portland on ApPortland residents had many reasons to celebrate the life of a man who had worked so diligently on behalf of his community.
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Thomas Lamb Eliot Cited by: 1. Thomas Lamb Eliot was born 13 October in St. Louis, Missouri. He was the third child of fourteen children born to William Greenleaf Eliot () and Abby Adams Cranch ().
He married Henrietta Robins Mack, daughter of Samuel Ely Mack and Rebecca Robins, 28 November They had eight children. He died in in Portland, Oregon. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Thomas Lamb Eliot, by Earl Morse Wilbur (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products. Thomas Lamb Eliot () By Dale E. Soden Thomas Lamb Eliot was one of the most influential clergymen in the history of Oregon.
He is an excellent example of the Social Gospel movement in the Pacific Northwest; as a result, he wielded significant influence on Portland civic and social life. Eliot is a good reminder that although the.
Thomas Eliot or Elliot may refer to. Thomas Elliot (organ builder) (–), English organ builder Thomas D. Eliot (–), US Representative from Massachusetts; Thomas Lamb Eliot (–), Oregon pioneer; Thomas Renton Elliott (–), British physician and physiologist.; T. Eliot (Thomas Stearns Eliot, –), modernist author and poet.
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With the marriage of Abby's oldest son Thomas Lamb Eliot (–) and Henrietta Robins Mack (‐), the scene shifts to Portland, OR, where the new pastor virtually replicates his father's career in St. Louis. Tom also tries to enforce the words on the Eliot coast of arms: Tace Et Face (“Keep Silent and Work”) but Etta, full‐throated and resolute, is : Cynthia Grant Tucker.
We are pleased to announce a new RDC collection: the Thomas Lamb Eliot Papers. T.L. Eliot () was an influential Unitarian minister in Portland, worked in education and jail reform, founded the Art Association and the Humane Society, helped develop the public library, worked for temperance and women’s suffrage, and played a large part.
Thomas Lamb Eliot Courtesy of Special Collections, Eric V. Hauser Library, Reed College. Thomas Lamb Eliot was born in St. Louis, Missouri, on October 13 and died in Portland, Oregon, on Ap at the age of ninety-four and after sixty-eight years “of.
Thomas Eliot (or Elliot or Elliott) is the name of. Thomas Eliot (), son of Sir John Eliot Thomas D. Eliot (–), US Representative from Massachusetts; Thomas H. Eliot (–), US lawyer, politician and academic; Thomas Lamb Eliot (–), Oregon pioneer; T. Eliot or Thomas Stearns Eliot (–), modernist author and poet; Tommy Elliot, alter ego of Hush, a.
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Earl Morse Wilbur’s most popular book is Unitarian Christianity.Call it the Clearing, Stumptown, City of Roses, P-Town, PDX, Ripcity, Bridgetown, or Little Beirut—Portland answers to them all. The city sits on the Willamette River, both sleepy and overwrought, dominating Oregon in population and voting trends.
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