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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Temperance reform. (search)
all, N. Y......Sept. 6-10, 1853 Spirit rations in the navy of the United States abolished after......Sept. 1, 1862 National Temperance Society and publication house, with headquarters at New York, organized......1865 National Prohibition party organized at Chicago, Ill......Sept. 1-2, 1869 National Prohibition party nominates James Black (Pa.) for President and John Russell (Mich.) for Vice-President, who receive 5,608 popular votes......1872 Blue-ribbon movement begun by Francis Murphy, of Maine......1873 Woman's temperance crusade begins in Hillsboro, O.......December, 1873 National Woman's Christian Temperance Union organized......Nov. 18-20, 1874 Women's international temperance congress in Philadelphia, Pa.......June 12, 1876 International temperance congress in Philadelphia, Pa.......June 13-14, 1876 Department of scientific temperance in public schools created in connection with the Women's Christian Temperance Union......1880 World's Christian