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The Chautauqua Movement sought to bring learning, culture and, later, entertainment to the small towns and villages of America during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Pre-Civil War roots of the effort existed in the lyceum movement, which paid prominent personalities handsomely to give speeches on religious, political and scientific topics to gatherings in the hinterlands. Mar 28, · History of the Chautauqua Movement. In , John Heyl Vincent and Lewis Miller rented the site of a Methodist camp meeting to use as a summer school for Sunday school teachers; the site became known as the Chautauqua Institution. This reflected a nation-wide interest in teaching.
According to Gay McLaren in her book, Morally We Roll Along (), circuit Chautauqua was the "greatest aggregation of public performers the world has ever known." The speakers in the Chautauqua tents and on the platforms, and their messages of public concern in the early s, can easily be identified with current headliners and headlines. as the father of the Chautauqua Movement), wrote multiple books, including a firsthand recollection titled The Chautauqua Movement (). Dr. Mary Lee Talbot published multiple works about the movement but mostly focused on how the Chautauqua Movement .
Feb 01, · Chautauqua movement: led for the past ten years by Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux and Patricia McBride, the summer program at Chautauqua provides up-to-the minute training in a genteel, nineteenth-century setting. The Pennsylvania Chautauqua is located in the borough of Mount Gretna, a small Victorian community founded in the late ’s as a summer caistab-gabon.comlly the only way for residents to reach their cottages in the tree-covered rolling hills of south central Pennsylvania was to travel by train.
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Drawing upon the rich collections of ephemera left by several chautauqua bureaus, this study profiles several famous musicians and introduces the reader to lesser-known musical acts that traveled the 5/5(3).
Chautauqua movement, development in adult education somewhat similar to the lyceum movement. It derived from an institution at Chautauqua, N.Y. There, inJohn Heyl Vincent and Lewis Miller proposed to a Methodist Episcopal camp meeting that secular as well as religious instruction be included in the summer Sunday-school institute.
Established on that basis inthe institute evolved into an. The following account of the Pacific Coast Assembly of the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle (CLSC) introduces the reader to California's first summer school of science.
Positioned along the shoreline of southern Monterey Bay, the Chautauqua Assembly program placed. The Chautauqua Movement, with which the Chautauqua Institution has had a maternal interest but never a formal relationship, grew out of that Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle.
As its members and graduates spread the Chautauqua idea, many towns—especially in rural areas where opportunities for secondary education were limited—established "chautauquas.".
Written By: Chautauqua movement, popular U.S. movement in adult education that flourished during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The original Chautauqua Lake Sunday School Assembly in western New York, founded in by John H.
Vincent and Lewis Miller, began as a program for the training of Sunday-school teachers and church workers. The Chautauqua Movement, with which the Chautauqua Institution has had a maternal interest but never a formal relationship, grew out of that Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle. Engage.
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Nov 01, · The Chautauqua movement began in on t | CUP This book traces the rise and decline of what Theodore Roosevelt once called the "most American thing in.
With a history steeped in the literary arts, Chautauqua Institution is the home of the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle, founded inwhich honors at least nine outstanding books of fiction, nonfiction, essays and poetry every summer.
Further literary arts programming at Chautauqua includes summer-long interaction of published and. Nov 12, · Chautauqua Movement Item Preview remove-circle From the Brittle Books digitization program at the Ohio State University Libraries.
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Be the first one to write a. Read this book on Questia. In The Chautauqua Movement I have tried to set forth the beginnings of the most significant venture in popular education in the United States, and to place it in its proper setting in the history of our country.
Through the activities of the Chautauqua Institution, the great world was opened up to the incredibly isolated communities of our then new Middle West.
Several popular educational things came out of the Chautauqua Institution and the CLSC, including the first summer school, guided home reading, the first correspondence and extension courses with the establishment of Chautauqua University inand with the establishment of the Chautauqua Press inthe first book-a-month club.
Robert M. Pirsig´s Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance and the term ´Chautauqua´. Contents. Introduction. A short history of the Chautauqua movement. Reconstructing Phaedrus. Sources. Introduction. The book describes a seventeen-day journey of father and son across the United States from Minneapolis, Minnesota to California.
A non-profit community sponsor can purchase reduced-cost Kentucky Chautauqua programs for $ each. Chautauqua is intended for audiences of 40 or more. Please do not schedule for smaller groups. For-profit organizations wishing to book Kentucky Chautauqua performances may purchase them at full cost—$ per program.
The Chautauqua movement as conceived by its leaders is a great movement for cultivating an avocation apart from the main business of life, not only giving larger vision, better intellectual training, but giving more earnest desire and greater ability to serve and grow through the vocation.
Jun 24, · Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Skip to main content. This The Chautauqua Movement by John Heyl Vincent, Lewis Miller.
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This book traces the rise and decline of what Theodore Roosevelt once called the "most American thing in America." The Chautauqua movement began in on the shores of Chautauqua Lake in western New York. More than a college or a summer resort or a religious assembly, it was a composite of all of.
The Chautauqua Movement by John Heyl Vincent starting at $ The Chautauqua Movement has 13 available editions to buy at AlibrisPrice Range: $15 - $CHAUTAUQUA MOVEMENT. CHAUTAUQUA MOVEMENT. The institution that Theodore Roosevelt once called "the most American thing in America" occupies an honored place in American cultural mythology.
From its inception inChautauqua tailored its appeal to the patriotic, churchgoing, white, native-born, mostly Protestant, northern and Midwestern middle classes—a group whose claim to .The Chautauqua Movement's mix of education and entertainment was the predecessor of today's NPR, TED talks, and influenced modern journalism, television, and politics.
Chautauquas were always set in an idyllic setting, among the trees, by a shore, or in a park (which is .