2 edition of Moses Sheppard: Quaker philanthropist of Baltimore. found in the catalog.
Moses Sheppard: Quaker philanthropist of Baltimore.
|Statement||With a foreword by Kenneth O. Walker.|
|LC Classifications||HV28.S48 F6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||317|
|LC Control Number||68028870|
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Moses Sheppard: Quaker Philanthropist of Baltimore. Bj Bliss Forbush. Phila-delphia: J. Lippincott Company. pages. $ Itis clearlydiscernible that theauthorof this scholarly and enjoyable book is very familiar with the historical background of Baltimore, with the history ofAuthor: Arthur E.
James. Moses Sheppard ( - ) was a Baltimore businessman, a Friend (Quaker), a philanthropist, and founder of the now Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital. Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania inSheppard's family, loyal to England, lost a great majority of its property during the Revolutionary War, and Sheppard had to fend for himself at a young age.
He. These are, however, minor shortcomings in an otherwise excellent study which is written with ease and clarity. Unfortunately the index is somewhat inadequate. Tulane UniversityHermann Wellenreuther Moses Sheppard: Quaker Philanthropist of Baltimore.
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Quaker History possible Moses Sheppard: Quaker philanthropist of Baltimore. book reconcile this action of the Yearly Meeting with Nash's statement that "the social and religious leaders of Quaker society were powerless to extend their control in the secular.
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Also includes a small collection of correspondence and papers of his wife, La Verne Hill Forbush. Repository. Also in this collection are the manuscripts of Elias Hicks, Quaker Liberal, and A History of Baltimore Yearly Meeting of Friends, and notes for Moses Sheppard, Quaker Philanthropist of Baltimore.
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As a publisher we focus on the preservation of historical literature. In Baltimore, meanwhile, Moses Sheppard, a Quaker philanthropist, learned about the moral-treatment philosophy and saw the need to provide it to Quakers and others in that city who had mental illness. To accomplish this goal, he obtained a charter from the Maryland legislature to build an appropriate facility in the Baltimore area.
Founded in by philanthropist Moses Sheppard. Sheppard Pratt Health System still abides by its Quaker traditions and values.
Sheppard Pratt regularly hosts renowned speakers from across the country at our headquarters in Towson. We provide educational opportunities on subjects including psychiatric disorders, issues of behavioral health.
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By Ulrich B. Phillips. Quaker philanthropist and MdHS member Moses Sheppard () had the book rebound in Russian leather inand at this date most likely combined the astronomical journal with some of Banneker’s loose manuscripts as well as a day book.
At some unknown date the astronomical journal left MdHS and returned to the hands of the Ellicott family. Hersey was also "outspokenly abolitionist" (pp. At a meeting with Quaker philanthropist Moses Sheppard and lawyer Benjamin LaTrobe, Hersey's "coarse" clothing contrasted with that of his wealthy hosts, and he insisted that Sheppard and LaTrobe kneel with him in prayer.
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Taylor: valiant for. Moses Sheppard died on 1 Februaryat the age of eighty-two. The provisions of his will provided the trustees with what amounted to $, in principal with which they could begin to build the necessary infrastructure. The trustees visited numerous farms, finally settling on Mt.
Airy, six miles north of Baltimore on the York Turnpike. See Jack Eckert, comp. Guide to the Records of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting (Haverford College, Records Committee of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, Swarthmore College, ) for a detailed description of the scope of holdings between the two institutions.
Please note that while Friends' Yearly Meeting records contain a wealth of information, Eckert's guide only describes. Quaker philanthropist and MdHS memberMoses Sheppard () had the book rebound in Russian leather inand at this date most likely combined the astronomical journal with some of Banneker’s loose manuscripts as well as a day book.
At some unknown date the astronomical journal left MdHS and returned to the hands of the Ellicott : November 9,Baltimore. This is a list of famous or notable people who were born in or lived in Baltimore, Maryland.
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Enoch Pratt (Septem Septem ) was born in North Middleborough, Massachusetts, the son of farmers, Issac Pratt and Naomi Keith. Though the family wasn't wealthy, their ancestry stretched back to the ’s, Issac Pratt’s family arriving in Massachusetts as early as and his mother’s family settling in the s.
Benjamin Banneker (November 9, – Octo ) was a free African-American almanac author, surveyor, naturalist, and in Baltimore County, Maryland, to a free African-American woman and a former slave, Banneker had little formal education and was largely is known for being part of a group led by Major Andrew Ellicott that Born: November 9,Baltimore.
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Sidebar The History of Sheppard Pratt. Moses Sheppard, a Quaker merchant of Baltimore, bequeaths his estate for the formation of an experimental institution where the “ratio of cures” among the mentally disturbed might be increased.
He says, “I wish everything done for the comfort of the patient to combine every feature that science and experience might indicate as. Quaker philanthropist and MdHS member Moses Sheppard () had the book rebound in Russian leather inand at this date most likely combined the astronomical journal with some of Banneker’s loose manuscripts as well as a day book.
At some unknown date the astronomical journal left MdHS and returned to the hands of the Ellicott : November 9,Baltimore. Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College College Avenue, Swarthmore, PA U.S.A.
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