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Historical sketch of Ann Pamela Cunningham

"The Southern matron," founder of "The Mount Vernon Ladies" Association."

by Mount Vernon Ladies" Association of the Union.

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Published by Printed for the Association at the Marion Press in Jamaica, Queensborough, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mount Vernon (Va. : Estate)
    • Subjects:
    • Cunningham, Ann Pamela, 1816-1875,
    • Mount Vernon (Va. : Estate)

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE312.5 .C97
      The Physical Object
      Pagination49 p.
      Number of Pages49
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6955914M
      LC Control Number05016551
      OCLC/WorldCa1449846

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Historical Sketch of Ann Pamela Cunningham, the Southern Matron, Founder of the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association. book. Read reviews from world’s largest Ratings: 0. The founder of the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association (MVLA), Ann Pamela Cunningham created the organization responsible for saving and restoring Mount doing so, she established one of the earliest preservation and heritage organizations in the United States.

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Jamaica, Queensborough, N.Y., Printed for the Association at the Marion Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Ann Pamela Cunningham; Ann Pamela Cunningham: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mount Vernon Ladies' Association of the Union.

OCLC Number. Ann Pamela Cunningham (Aug in Rosemont Plantation, South Carolina – May 1, ) was an early activist in historic preservation who founded The Mount Vernon Ladies' Association in and served for years as its first regent. She gained participation by women leaders from all 30 states of the Union at that time.

The Association raised all the capital needed to complete its. Historical sketch of Ann Pamela Cunningham, "the southern matron," founder of "The Mount Vernon ladies' association." Author: Mount Vernon Ladies' Association of the Union.

Ann Pamela Cunningham remained the Regent of the Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association for 21 years until she resigned in She died on May 1, at the age of 59, at her home, Rosemont.

Ann is buried in the churchyard of the First Presbyterian Church in Columbia, South Carolina. “Ladies, the home of Washington is in your charge. Historical sketch of Ann Pamela Cunningham, "The Southern matron," founder of "The Mount Vernon Ladies' Association." by Mount Vernon Ladies' Association of the Union.

Publication date Topics Cunningham, Ann Pamela, Publisher Jamaica, Queensborough, New York, Printed for the Association at the Marion Press. Looking for books by Mount Vernon Ladies Association. See all books authored by Mount Vernon Ladies Association, including The Mount Vernon Cookbook, and Historical Sketch of Ann Pamela Cunningham, the Southern Matron, Founder of the Mount Vernon Ladies Association., and more on Historical Sketch of Ann Pamela Cunningham.

Mount Vernon Ladies Association, ——. Mount Vernon and Its Preservation, – NY: Knickerbocker Press, suggested reading: Hosmer, Charles. The Presence of the Past: A History of the Preservation Movement in the United States Before Williamsburg. NY: Putnam, Kammen, Michael.

Ann Pamela Cunningham was an early leader in historic preservation. She is often credited with saving President George Washington’s estate, Mount Vernon.

To preserve Mount Vernon, Cunningham helped organize the Mount Vernon’s Ladies Association. Still in existence today, it was one of the first historic preservation organizations.

Ann Pamela Cunningham Image from the Historical Sketch of Ann Pamela Cunningham by the Mount Vernon Ladies Association. () Born in Laurens County, SC, Ann Pamela Cunningham was the founder of the Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association that purchased and preserved Mount Vernon, the home of George Washington.

Ann Pamela Cunningham was the grandniece of Mark Bird () and Mary Ross () Ann Pamela Cunningham was born Augat her father's Rosemont Plantation, in Laurens County, South Carolina. Ann died May 1,at Rosemont Plantation. Historical Sketch Of Ann Pamela Cunningham, The Southern Matron, Founder Of The $ Nancy Ann Doll, American Girl Series, Southern Belle, 57, BoxVintage.

Ms Cunningham’s original intention was to raise the necessary funds ($,) and purchase acres of the property – to include the mansion itself and the Washington’s tomb – and open it to the public. The Ladies’ Association would oversee the property and “adorn it” –.

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Born inAnn Pamela Cunningham was raised at Rosemont, a plantation on the Saluda River in Laurens County, South Carolina. At the age of seventeen, she suffered an injury to her spine when she was thrown from a horse and was crippled for the rest of her life.

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