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[SR: 1350266], Paperback, [EAN: 9780826216281], University of Missouri, University of Missouri, Book, [PU: University of Missouri], University of Missouri, When Sen. Thomas Hart Benton, one of Missouri’s first two senators and the great-uncle of the famous regionalist painter of the same name, was expecting his second child in 1824, he hoped it would be a boy. Although he was graced instead with a second girl, he named her Jessie (in honor of his father, Jesse) and raised her more like a son than a nineteenth-century daughter, introducing her to the leading politicians of the day and making sure she received an education that emphasized history, literature, and languages. Jessie and her father were close; Senator Benton was the main influence in her life until 1841, when, at the age of seventeen, she married army explorer John Charles Frémont against her parents’ wishes.            Some degree of reconciliation occurred when Benton promoted Frémont’s famous explorations of the Great West. Jessie remained in Missouri with the couple’s young daughter, Lily, but she later helped to write and edit reports of her husband’s adventures, and these narratives spread the lure of the West to nineteenth-century America.            In 1849 Jessie and Lily made a harrowing and treacherous journey across the Isthmus of Panama to rendezvous with Frémont in San Francisco. With income from their gold mines, the Frémonts established a home in California. In 1856, with the country on the brink of civil war, Frémont’s antislavery position was instrumental in his being chosen as the Republican Party’s first presidential nominee. Jessie was a staunch campaigner for her husband’s unsuccessful presidential bid, which her father, a lifelong Democrat, refused to endorse.            When President Lincoln appointed Frémont as the commander of the Department of the West in 1861, Jessie served as his unofficial aide and closest adviser. In a particularly dramatic incident, she rushed to Washington, D.C., for a meeting with Lincoln in which she argued passionately for her husband’s proposal to emancipate the slaves in Missouri.            After the Civil War, the Frémonts’ financial situation took a downturn. Undaunted, Jessie supported the family by writing about her adventures in the American West in such works as A Year of American Travel and Souvenirs of My Time. Like many women of her era, Jessie lived her ambitions largely through her husband’s career, but she also made a name for herself as a writer and a firm opponent of slavery., 2330, Authors, 2327, Arts & Literature, 2, Biographies & Memoirs, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 2395, United States, 9681303011, American Revolution, 465246, Civil War, 9681307011, US Presidents, 2376, Historical, 2, Biographies & Memoirs, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 2445, Women, 2437, Specific Groups, 2, Biographies & Memoirs, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 14278871, State & Local, 4853, United States, 4808, Americas, 9, History, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 15812211, Women in History, 5035, World, 9, History, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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[SR: 1350266], Paperback, [EAN: 9780826216281], University of Missouri, University of Missouri, Book, [PU: University of Missouri], University of Missouri, When Sen. Thomas Hart Benton, one of Missouri’s first two senators and the great-uncle of the famous regionalist painter of the same name, was expecting his second child in 1824, he hoped it would be a boy. Although he was graced instead with a second girl, he named her Jessie (in honor of his father, Jesse) and raised her more like a son than a nineteenth-century daughter, introducing her to the leading politicians of the day and making sure she received an education that emphasized history, literature, and languages. Jessie and her father were close; Senator Benton was the main influence in her life until 1841, when, at the age of seventeen, she married army explorer John Charles Frémont against her parents’ wishes.            Some degree of reconciliation occurred when Benton promoted Frémont’s famous explorations of the Great West. Jessie remained in Missouri with the couple’s young daughter, Lily, but she later helped to write and edit reports of her husband’s adventures, and these narratives spread the lure of the West to nineteenth-century America.            In 1849 Jessie and Lily made a harrowing and treacherous journey across the Isthmus of Panama to rendezvous with Frémont in San Francisco. With income from their gold mines, the Frémonts established a home in California. In 1856, with the country on the brink of civil war, Frémont’s antislavery position was instrumental in his being chosen as the Republican Party’s first presidential nominee. Jessie was a staunch campaigner for her husband’s unsuccessful presidential bid, which her father, a lifelong Democrat, refused to endorse.            When President Lincoln appointed Frémont as the commander of the Department of the West in 1861, Jessie served as his unofficial aide and closest adviser. In a particularly dramatic incident, she rushed to Washington, D.C., for a meeting with Lincoln in which she argued passionately for her husband’s proposal to emancipate the slaves in Missouri.            After the Civil War, the Frémonts’ financial situation took a downturn. Undaunted, Jessie supported the family by writing about her adventures in the American West in such works as A Year of American Travel and Souvenirs of My Time. Like many women of her era, Jessie lived her ambitions largely through her husband’s career, but she also made a name for herself as a writer and a firm opponent of slavery., 2330, Authors, 2327, Arts & Literature, 2, Biographies & Memoirs, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 2395, United States, 9681303011, American Revolution, 465246, Civil War, 9681307011, US Presidents, 2376, Historical, 2, Biographies & Memoirs, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 2445, Women, 2437, Specific Groups, 2, Biographies & Memoirs, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 14278871, State & Local, 4853, United States, 4808, Americas, 9, History, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 15812211, Women in History, 5035, World, 9, History, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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When Sen. Thomas Hart Benton, one of Missouri's first two senators and the great-uncle of the famous regionalist painter of the same name, was expecting his second child in 1824, he hoped it would be a boy. Although he was graced instead with a second girl, he named her Jessie (in honor of his father, Jesse) and raised her more like a son than a nineteenth-century daughter, introducing her to the leading politicians of the day and making sure she received an education that emphasized history, literature, and languages. Jessie and her father were close; Senator Benton was the main influence in her life until 1841, when, at the age of seventeen, she married army explorer John Charles Fremont against her parents' wishes. Some degree of reconciliation occurred when Benton promoted Fremont's famous explorations of the Great West. Jessie remained in Missouri with the couple's young daughter, Lily, but she later helped to write and edit reports of her husband's adventures, and these narratives spread the lure of the West to nineteenth-century America. In 1849 Jessie and Lily made a harrowing and treacherous journey across the Isthmus of Panama to rendezvous with Fremont in San Francisco. With income from their gold mines, the Fremonts established a home in California. In 1856, with the country on the brink of civil war, Fremont's antislavery position was instrumental in his being chosen as the Republican Party's first presidential nominee. Jessie was a staunch campaigner for her husband's unsuccessful presidential bid, which her father, a lifelong Democrat, refused to endorse. When President Lincoln appointed Fremont as the commander of the Department of the West in 1861, Jessie served as his unofficial aide and closest adviser. In a particularly dramatic incident, she rushed to Washington, D.C., for a meeting with Lincoln in which she argued passionately for her husband's proposal to emancipate the slaves in Missouri. After the Civil War, the Fremonts' financial situation took a downturn. Undaunted, Jessie supported the family by writing about her adventures in the American West in such works as "A Year of American Travel" and "Souvenirs of My Time." Like many women of her era, Jessie lived her ambitions largely through her husband's career, but she also made a name for herself as a writer and a firm opponent of slavery. Jessie Benton Fremont: Missouri's Trailblazer Stone, Ilene / Grenz, Suzanna M., University of Missouri Press

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When Senator Thomas Hart Benton, one of Missouri's first two senators, was expecting his second child in 1824, he hoped it would be a boy. Although he was graced instead with a girl, he named her Jessie and raised her more like a son than a nineteenth-century daughter. Senator Benton was the main influence in her life until 1841, when, at the age of seventeen, she married army explorer John. When Senator Thomas Hart Benton, one of Missouri's first two senators, was expecting his second child in 1824, he hoped it would be a boy. Although he was graced instead with a girl, he named her Jessie and raised her more like a son than a nineteenth-century daughter. Senator Benton was the main influence in her life until 1841, when, at the age of seventeen, she married army explorer John Charles Fremont against her parents' wishes. Some degree of reconciliation occurred later, when Senator Benton promoted Fremont's famous explorations of the Great West. Jessie remained in Missouri with the couple's young daughter, Lily, during these explorations, but she later helped to write and edit reports of her husband's adventures, and these narratives spread the lure of the West to nineteenth-century America. In 1849, the Fremonts moved to California, and in 1850 Fremont followed in his father-in-law's footsteps to become one of California's first senators. In 1856, Fremont's anti-slavery position was instrumental in his being chosen as the Republican Party's first presidential nominee. Jessie served as a behind-the-scenes campaign manager for her husband's unsuccessful presidential bid. When Abraham Lincoln appointed Fremont as the commander of the Department of the West in 1861, Jessie served as his unofficial aide and closest adviser. After the Civil War, the Fremonts' financial situation took a down turn. Undaunted, Jessie supported the family by writing "A Year of American Travel" and "Souvenirs of My Time". Although Jessie lived her ambitions largely through her husband's career, she also made a name for herself as a writer and a firm opponent of slavery. Books, History and Transport~~History~~Regional & National History, Jessie Benton Fremont~~Book~~9780826216281~~Ilene Stone, Suzanna M. Grenz, , , , , , , , , ,, [PU: University of Missouri Press]

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[EAN: 9780826216281], Neubuch, [PU: University of Missouri Press], History|United States|State & Local|General, Biography & Autobiography|General, Biography & Autobiography|Women, BRAND NEW, Jessie Benton Fremont: Missouri's Trailblazer, Ilene Stone, Suzanna M. Grenz, When Senator Thomas Hart Benton, one of Missouri's first two senators, was expecting his second child in 1824, he hoped it would be a boy. Although he was graced instead with a girl, he named her Jessie and raised her more like a son than a nineteenth-century daughter. Senator Benton was the main influence in her life until 1841, when, at the age of seventeen, she married army explorer John Charles Fremont against her parents' wishes. Some degree of reconciliation occurred later, when Senator Benton promoted Fremont's famous explorations of the Great West. Jessie remained in Missouri with the couple's young daughter, Lily, during these explorations, but she later helped to write and edit reports of her husband's adventures, and these narratives spread the lure of the West to nineteenth-century America. In 1849, the Fremonts moved to California, and in 1850 Fremont followed in his father-in-law's footsteps to become one of California's first senators. In 1856, Fremont's anti-slavery position was instrumental in his being chosen as the Republican Party's first presidential nominee. Jessie served as a behind-the-scenes campaign manager for her husband's unsuccessful presidential bid. When Abraham Lincoln appointed Fremont as the commander of the Department of the West in 1861, Jessie served as his unofficial aide and closest adviser. After the Civil War, the Fremonts' financial situation took a down turn. Undaunted, Jessie supported the family by writing "A Year of American Travel" and "Souvenirs of My Time". Although Jessie lived her ambitions largely through her husband's career, she also made a name for herself as a writer and a firm opponent of slavery.

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Jessie Benton Fremont: Missouri's Trailblazer

Jessie Benton Fremont who was raised more like a son by her father Thomas Hart Benton (one of Missouri's first two senators), married army explorer John Charles Fremont against her parents' wishes. Although she lived her ambitions largely through her husband's career, she made a name for herself as a writer and a firm opponent of slavery.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780826216281
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0826216285
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2005
Herausgeber: UNIV OF MISSOURI PR
122 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,231 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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