George Frisbie Hoar

  • American

George Frisbie Hoar was a notable American United States Senator from Massachusetts. - AsNotedIn


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Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1879/02/01 Senator George Hoar, from the Committee on Privileges and Election, submits an argument for the extension of the right of Suffrage for Women. US Senator United States Capitol Washington, DC American Suffrage
1882/00/00 US Senator George Frisbie Hoar calls the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 "nothing less than the legalization of racial discrimination". US Senator United States Capitol Washington, DC Chinese Exclusion Act (1882)
1889/00/00 Several prominent Bostonians urge Massachusetts Senator George F Hoar to present a petition before the US Senate requesting that the government take steps to repair and protect the Casa Grande Ruins. US Senator Casa Grande National Monument Coolidge
1889/00/00 Several prominent Bostonians urge Massachusetts Senator George F Hoar to present a petition before the US Senate requesting that the government take steps to repair and protect the Casa Grande Ruins. US Senator United States Capitol Washington, DC
1897/00/00 Supported by the Pilgrim Society, the American Antiquarian Society and the New England Society of New York, Senator George Frisbie Hoar request the return "Of Plymouth Plantation" to Massachusetts. US Senator Of Plymouth Plantation
1897/05/26 The Bradford manuscript is presented to the Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts during a joint session of the legislature. It is on deposit in the State Library of Massachusetts in the State House in Boston. US Senator Of Plymouth Plantation Massachusetts Statehouse Boston
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