In Her Own Right

'Peace Meeting, The Hague Conference'' notes

Date created 1902-08-12
Creators Lockwood, Belva Ann, 1830-1917
Description Lists the addresses given at the conference and includes the address delivered by Lockwood at the conference titled ''Peace versus Militarism.'' In her speech, Lockwood gives a scathing attack on the practice of war, highlighting the high cost both literally and figuratively. She rebukes the recent Philippine-American War and the Boer War. She discusses the international peace conference held in The Hague in 1899 and expresses her hopes that the world powers will turn to arbitration rather than war.
Size 28 pages
Type text
Subjects Monroe doctrine | Arbitration (International law) | Philippine American War (Philippines : 1899-1902) | South African War (1899-1902) | War, Cost of | Permanent Court of Arbitration | Peace movements | Cleveland, Grover, 1837-1908 | Harrison, Benjamin, 1833-1901 | Imperialism | United States--History--1865-1921 | Women orators
Geographical location Washington (D.C.)
Language English
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Contributing institution Friends Historical Library: Swarthmore College
Rights Please cite appropriately, crediting Belva Ann Lockwood Papers, SCPC-DG-098, Swarthmore College Peace Collection as the source and indicating the identifier of the item, Lockwood-0093. This work is believed to be in the Public Domain under the laws of the United States. For more information, see