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Sarah Josepha Hale - Women's History - About.com
Sarah Josepha Hale, editor of Godey's Lady's Book for fifty years, was a major influence in American popular culture of the 19th century.
Our National Thanksgiving - 1858 - Sarah Josepha Hale
Sarah Josepha Hale, editor of Godey's Lady's Book, deserves recognition as the Mother of the American Thanksgiving. The following editor's column was part of ...
Sarah Josepha Hale Picture Gallery - Women's History - About.com
Sarah Josepha Hale ruled the 19th century women's magazine world in America, with her long-term editorship of Lady's Magazine. She's known for such other ...
Sarah Josepha Hale Letter about Thanksgiving to Lincoln, 1863 (2)
Page 2 of a letter from editor Sarah Josepha Hale to Abraham Lincoln urging him to proclaim a national Day of Thanksgiving.
Mary Had a Little Lamb by Sarah Josepha Hale - Poetry - About.com
Classic Nursery Rhymes: “Mary Had a Little Lamb” by Sarah Josepha Hale (1830 )
Sarah Josepha Hale Letter to Abraham Lincoln About Thanksgiving
Copy of a letter sent by Sarah Josepha Hale, magazine editor, to President Abraham Lincoln, credited with inspiring him to declare a national day of ...
Godey's Lady's Book and Sarah Hale - Women's History - About.com
Sarah Josepha Hale, editor of Godey's Lady's Book, not only influenced American popular culture for most of the 19th century, but helped establish Thanksgiving ...
Thanksgiving Holiday – Creating a National Thanksgiving Holiday
Sarah Josepha Hale is an important figure in gaining a national holiday for Thanksgiving. Hale wrote the novel Northwood ; or Life North and South in 1827 ...
Abraham Lincoln's 1863 Thanksgiving Proclamation
A campaign by editor Sarah Josepha Hale to make Thanksgiving an official federal holiday succeeded in 1863 when President Lincoln issued a proclamation.
Godey's Lady's Book - Women's Fashions, September 1865
Read more about Sarah Josepha Hale, and her editorship of Godey's Lady's Book, including her campaign to establish Thanksgiving as a national holiday.