Hannah Johnston Bailey: Publicist for Peace

  title={Hannah Johnston Bailey: Publicist for Peace},
  author={John M. Craig},
  journal={Quaker History},
  pages={16 - 3}
  • J. Craig
  • Published 4 April 2012
  • Political Science
  • Quaker History
In 1897, Hannah Johnston Bailey attended the third annual Lake Mohonk Conference on International Arbitration, held at fellow Quaker Albert Smiley's Catskill Mountain resort. In Bailey's address to the group, the superintendent of the Women's Christian Temperance Union's (wctu) department ofpeace and arbitration talked about the relationship ofwomen and war. Observing that "The subject ofpeace is one ofvital importance to women," she explained: It is her mission to bring life, not death, to… 
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