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Rabble Rousers and Reformers

A showcase of historical one person shows for schools, historical societies, and professional associations


January 19, 2007

3 pm - 5 pm
Goddard-Daniels House
190 Salisbury Street
Worcester, MA 01609

Snow date:
January 26, 2007

Presented by AAS and the New England History Teachers Association

Refreshments will be served.
Free and open to the public.

Rabble Rousers

"Isaiah Thomas" (1749-1831), "Abby Kelley Foster" (1811-1887), and "John B. Gough" (1817-1886)

Photo courtesy of Worcester Telegram & Gazette and Worcester Quarterly

About the Productions:

Isaiah Thomas - Patriot Printer
Isaiah Thomas (1749-1831)
was instrumental in starting the American Revolution and as the foremost publisher in the Early Republic, created a uniquely American literature and culture. He founded the American Antiquarian Society in 1812. Produced by the American Antiquarian Society.

Yours for Humanity - Abby
Abby Kelley Foster (1811-1887)
was a leading nineteenth-century abolitionist and women's rights activist. Abby dedicated her life to social justice, working relentlessly to end both race and gender prejudice. At a time when society demanded that women be silent, submissive and obedient, Abby was none of these. Sponsored the Worcester Women's History Project.

Beating the Demon
John B. Gough (1817-1886)
, temperance reformer, was known in the nineteenth century as the "Apostle of Cold Water." Gough was a recovering alcoholic whose dramatic lectures about his own fight for sobriety made him an international celebrity. Produced by Damora Productions and sponsored the Hillside Restoration Project.

Please RSVP by January 12, 2007, to Amy Sheridan at 508-471-2134 or asheridan[at]mwa.org.

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