The Washingtonians


1. Hawkins, W.G. Life of John Hawkins. Boston; Dutton; 1863.

2. Maxwell, M.A. The Washingtonian Movement. Q.J. Stud. Alcohol 11: 410-451, 1950.

3. Arthur, T.S. Strong Drink; the curse and the cure Philadelphia; Hubbard; 1877.

4. Washingtonian Home. Annual Reports. Boston; 1860-.

5. First quarterly report of the auditor of the [Parent] Washington Total Abstinence Society with address of the president. Boston; Lewis; 1841.

6. Journal of the American Temperance Union, 22 April 1858.

7. Journal of the American Temperance Union, 23 April 1859.

8. Clapp, 0. Prevention, as a means of reducing the material, social and moral burdens and devastations of intemperance; address to the Corporation of the Washingtonian Home at the annual meeting. 29 April 1872. Boston; Wright & Potter; 1872.

9. Duis, P. The saloon and the public city; Chicago and Boston, 1880 - 1920. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Chicago; 1975.

10. Sosensky, I. The problem of quality in relation to some issues in social change. Boston; Houghton Mifflin; 1964.

11. Graduates and Inmates of the Washingtonian Home, Boston. Address to the inmates of the Washingtonian Home, Chicago, with a response. 1884.

12. Godwin Association of the Franklin Reformatory Home of Philadelphia. The life of Samuel P. Godwin. Philadelphia; Traegar & Laub; 1889.

13. Mason, T.L. Anniversary address. Q.J. Inebr. 1: 1-24, 1876.

14. Massachusetts Home for Inebriate Women. Annual reports. Boston; 1881-.

15. Sophia Little Home. Annual reports. Providence, R.I.; 1886-.

The Institutional Phase of the Washingtonian Total Abstinence Movement
Sources of Information Significance of The Alcohol Prohibitionists

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