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 Hail! all hail the day, The bright, glorious day, When the banner of Freedom unfurl'd: It was purchased with blood, And the tall standard stood As a beacon of light for the world. Song for the Fourth of July, 1862 Eliza Roxey Snow (1804-1887) Salt Lake City, Utah?, 1862? PS2885 S22 S6 1862Eliza Roxey...

"Both men and women are travellers in the great journey of life: as a species, their origin, their final destinies, their moral duties, are the same. Women, equally with men, to prepare themselves for the as yet unknown paths which they may be called to...

"I hope, speaking on the part of my companions and myself, that we have done all that we ought to do to prove our tenacity of purpose and devotion to the cause which we have undertaken. This attempt to escape by crossing the southern ice...