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The temperance movement in Aberdeen, Scotland, 1830-1845

Aaron Hoffman

The temperance movement in Aberdeen, Scotland, 1830-1845

distilled death and liquid damnation

by Aaron Hoffman

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Published by Edwin Mellen Press in Lewiston [N.Y.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social conditions,
  • History,
  • Temperance,
  • Societies

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementAaron Hoffman ; with a foreword by David M. Fahey
    ContributionsFahey, David M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV5450.A24 H64 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25087564M
    ISBN 100773425829
    ISBN 109780773425828
    LC Control Number2011044685

    Whilst in Scotland the fiendish River 68’s will kick things off in Glasgow and Aberdeen. Nick T+ April 15th, | Summer Festivals Announced! Watch ‘The Temperance Movement’ on Vevo Discovery! Northern Scotland. Publisher: Books and their Readers in Provincial Scotland, – By Mark R. M. Towsey. The Temperance Movement in Aberdeen, Scotland, – ‘Distilled.

    A gig has been forced to move venue following the announcement an Aberdeen nightclub will close. The Temperance Movement had originally been due to play at The Garage, on Windmill Brae, earlier. Hoffman, Aaron pages A first time historical analysis and case study of the Temperance Movement in the midth century Scotland, focusing on Aberdeen. The main focus of the book is to examine who the temperance reformers were but also what motivated them.

    Posts about Temperance written by ronroizen9, efcannon, jspillane, charlesambler, and atepperm. Blaikie is a Scottish surname. It is from "blaik" (adj.), a Scots language form of "black" plus the common Scots diminutive "-ie".The Dictionar o the Scots Leid ("Dictionary of the Scots Language") gives its etymology as: "Blaik, a.[e.m.E. and ME. blake, ME. blaak(e, OE. blace, blaca, etc., declensional forms of blæc Blak a.] Black. ". Into the 20th century the name has appeared in Variant form(s): Blackie (surname).


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The temperance movement in Aberdeen, Scotland, 1830-1845 by Aaron Hoffman Download PDF EPUB FB2

By the end of the nineteenth century temperance politics was well-established in Scotland. This book narrates its far more fragile beginnings.

It is a story of success, stagnation and re-invention, beginning in Aberdeen with an anti-spirits society, founded in Author: David Beckingham.

The temperance movement in Aberdeen, Scotland, 'distilled death and liquid damnation'. [Aaron Hoffman] -- A first time historical analysis and case study of the Temperance Movement in the midth century Scotland, focusing on Aberdeen. The Temperance Movement in Aberdeen, Scotland, – ‘Distilled Death and Liquid Damnation ’.

anti-temperance opposition. The Aberdeen Temperance Society, with an anti-spirits platform, was founded in but it was the Aberdeen Total Abstinence Society, from Septemberwhich had the strongest impact on The temperance movement in Aberdeen society and drinking habits.

Scotland The book is a true local history, rich in details of names, places, dates. Another unpublished dissertation (over pages long) for a Scotland period and place is Aaron Hoffman, “Distilled Death and Liquid Damnation”: the Temperance Movement in Aberdeen, Scotland, ″ (Aberdeen University, ).

An American, he now teaches at the Community College of Allegheny County in Pennsylvania. He establishes the scale of the drink trade in Scotland, and consumption of whisky, beer, and water in Aberdeen; and then goes on to give the context of temperance arguments and anti-temperance opposition.

The Aberdeen Temperance Society, with an anti-spirits platform, was founded in but it was the Aberdeen Total Abstinence Society, from Septemberwhich had the strongest impact Author: Annemarie McAllister. This dissertation will examine the temperance movement in Aberdeen, Scotland, from to The main focus will be on the members of the temperance societies; specially, it will highlight their place of birth, age, occupation, religion, political affiliation, whether they were elected to civic office, and their participation in anti-slavery and Chartism.

The Scottish Temperance League was founded in Glasgow, Scotland, in The League believed in using the power of temperance propaganda and education to change the attitude of the electorate rather than legislative prohibition.

Full text of "Temperance and the Scottish Churches, " See other formats Temperance and the Scottish Churches, N. DENNY, M.A.,Ph.D. Bythe “drink question” had been debated in Scottish society by various groups, drink trade, temperance, clerical and more especially lay, for nearly 40 years.

The Temperance Movement in Aberdeen, Scotland, – ‘Distilled Death and Liquid Damnation’. The 4th Lecture in the Glasgow and West of Scotland Branch. Irene Maver on "Ardent Spirits" - ‘The history of the Scottish Temperance Movement in 19 th century Glasgow and its founder John Dunlop of Maryhill.'.

Irene Maver charted the rise of the organised temperance movement and its impact on Glasgow society from its origins in Maryhill to the phenomenon of total abstinence.

History of the temperance movement in Great Britain and Ireland League National Temperance Society October perance persons president Preston principle of total promote public meeting resolution Scotland Scottish Temperance League secretary short pledge signed the pledge success Sunday T.

Smith teetotaler teetotalism temperance cause 5/5(1). The Temperance (Scotland) Act is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom under which voters in small local areas in Scotland were enabled to hold a poll to vote on whether their area remained "wet" or went "dry" (that is, whether alcoholic drinks should be permitted or prohibited).

Established by the Marchioness of Ailsa, whose philanthropic interests included supporting the temperance movement among the working classes. Patients could obtain admission for a small weekly sum and on the recommendation of a doctor.

This was not a well-known or large convalescent home and may have closed down when the Marchioness died in Watering Down the Whisky: Alcohol, Abstinence and Temperance in the Scottish Highlands and Islands, temperance movement in the north of Scotland from the s.

The formation The Temperance Movement in Aberdeen, Scotland, – ‘Distilled Death. 11 Children and the temperance movement: The Band of Hope The temperance movement in Scotland began in earnest in about Its main were biased, and a few mentions in local history books.

Clearly some in the Hillfoots felt the need to campaign against drink, otherwise the various local societies would not have come File Size: 3MB. The temperance movement in Aberdeen, Scotland, distilled death and liquid damnation / by: Hoffman, Aaron, Published: () American temperance movements: cycles of reform / by: Blocker, Jack S.

Published: (). The nineteenth century saw the rise of the temperance movement. The founding figure in Scotland is generally considered to be John Dunlop of Maryhill, who established a society to campaign against "ardent spirits", advocating the consumption of less alcoholic drinks instead.

Temperance Association (BWTA) and the New Zealand Women’s Christian Temperance Union (NZWCTU) respectively. The British Women, as they called themselves both in Scotland and in England, cooperated with constitutionalist suffragists.

The suffrage question was taken up in part as a response to the temperance movement’s stress on. Northern Scotland is an established scholarly journal that has been in existence sincealso available in book format.

While it carries material of a mainly historical nature, from the earliest times to the modern era, it is a cross-disciplinary publication, which also addresses cultural, economic, political and geographical themes relating to the Highlands and Islands and the north-east.

texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Full text of "The Temperance Movement and Its Workers: A Record of Social, Moral, Religious, and Political.Arts and Culture Books Book review: Imagine a Country, Edited by Val McDermid & Jo Sharp The title of this book comes from Alasdair Gray’s well-known line, itself, as he said, paraphrased from Author: Allan Massie.Don’t miss out on your chance to join us.

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