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1 The Gold Star Mothers Pilgrimages ... - Vanderbilt University
MOURNING AND THE MAKING OF A NATION: The Gold Star Mothers Pilgrimages, 1930-1933 On May 6, 1930, the S.S. America steamed out of Pier 4 from Hoboken, New Jersey, with 231

2 A Female Sanctuary On The Former Western Front: The Gold ...
52 | allison s. finkelstein A Female Sanctuary on the Former Western Front The Gold Star Pilgrimage Rest Houses in France, 1930–33 abstract The U.S. Army’s Quartermaster Corps erected temporary rest houses for the Gold Star Mothers and

3 And The Pilgrimages After World War I -
Gold Star mothers pilgrimages of 1930–33 upon acquiring the memorabilia of her great-grandmother, Anna Gilbertson, and interviewing her mother, Lois Prokopec Schrader.

4 A Mother’s Trip To Her Son’s Grave In France – Roscoe E. Busch
traveled to France with her daughter-in-law, lanche usch, and two hundred oth- er “Gold Star Mothers” on the US George Washington to see the last resting place of their sons and daughters.

5 California Ephemera Collection, -
California ephemera collection, 1860-200 3 The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.

6 For God And Country -
Gold Star Mothers’ Day Excerpt from: Gold Star Moms Inc. hospitals far from home. When the United States entered World War I in 1917, George Vaughn Seibold, 23, volunteered, requesting

7 · Knopf Q & A -
· KNOPF Q & A · A conversation with April Smith author of A STAR FOR MRS. BLAKE Q: What initially drew you to the story of the American Gold Star Mothers and their pilgrimage to

8 Department Of France - American Legion
Star mothers, student veterans, military recruiters, members of the National Guard and reserve along with their families, veterans in local care facilities or

9 Establishing The American Way Of Death: World War I And ...
buried in France and surrounding countries at the conclusion of the First World War in 1918 propelled the United States to solve many social, political, and military problems that arose over the final disposition of those remains.

10 Knopf Catalog -
American women--Gold Star Mothers--who travel to France to visit the graves of their World War I soldier sons: a pilgrimage that will change their lives in unforeseeable and indelible ways.

11 National World War I Museum At Liberty Memorial 2013 ...
From the Gold Star Mothers’ pilgrimage to France of Julia “Carrie” Underwood made in 1932 in honor of her son Pvt. Henry A. Underwood, Co. D, 26 th Inf., 1 st Div., AEF: Medal, Gold Star Pilgrimage, 1932; with ribbon and box

12 U.s. World War I (1917-1918) Centennial
Gold Star Mothers and Gold Star Families are those who suffered the loss of their loved ones in military service; and this recognition continues today. According to the Department of Veterans Affairs factsheet on America's Wars, from 1917 to 1918, a total of 4,734,991

13 S E Tgwc P “the Long Shadow: “world War I And T E M B E V ...
Based at Hotel du Commerce in Auberville, Lorraine, France. Return to Paris for four days to Hospital #1 to research a Great War nurse from Memphis. The Great War,” ...

14 Veterans Day Ceremony 2013 Program - Bay Pines
Placement of Ceremonial Wreath Gold Star Mothers Annette Kirk , mother of U.S. Army Pfc. Paul O. Cuzzupe II, OEF Lorrie Fleming, mother of U.S. Army Sgt. Terry M. Lisk, OIF

15 Wtvp -
service inspired her to become actively involved with Gold Star Mothers. Now she is helping other mothers with their loss, grief and healing as they move forward with their lives. And as the world prepares to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the D-Day invasion of the Normandy beaches of France, a seminal moment that turned the tides of war in favor of the Allies, the concert will also honor ...

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