ⓘ St. Louis Ladies' Union Aid Society

                                     

ⓘ St. Louis Ladies Union Aid Society

St. Louis Ladies Union Aid Society was formed on August 2nd, 1861. During the American Civil War, ladies aid societies formed across the country to provide medical services and supplies to soldiers. In St. Louis, they partnered with the Western Sanitary Commission in bringing aid to Union soldiers across the state.

                                     
  • Societies, like the Colored Ladies Soldiers Aid Society of St Louis Missouri, headed by Mary Meachum, which tended to black Union soldiers at the local hospital
  • Anna L. Clapp 1814 1889 was the only president of the St Louis Ladies Union Aid Society and helped supply for those wounded during the American Civil
  • The history of Jews in St Louis goes back to at least 1807. St Louis has the largest Jewish population in Missouri and is the largest urban area in the
  • they settled in St Louis in 1844. During the American Civil War, Minor was an active member of the St Louis Ladies Union Aid Society In 1867, Minor
  • Population: 160, 773. 1861 Western Sanitary Commission and Ladies Union Aid Society established. 1862 Hoelke and Benecke photo studio in business
  • the Ladies Union Aid Society of St Louis She spent most of her career as a nurse during the Civil War on hospital ships that tended to Union and Confederate
  • people. The Society s first Conference in the United States was established in 1845 in St Louis Missouri, at the Basilica of St Louis King of France
  • Forest Park is a public park in western St Louis Missouri. It is a prominent civic center and covers 1, 326 acres 5.37 km2 Opened in 1876, more than
  • Colored Ladies Soldiers Aid Society in St Louis This organization of free black women, also called the Colored Ladies Contraband Society was formed
  • Daughters of Mary Martha Society The Daughters of Mary and Martha Society was a mutual - aid society started by the ladies of St Mary AME Church in the
  • Orleans at about the age of 15. In 1874 in St Louis Missouri, Alice married Samuel A. Risley, a former Union soldier whom she had nursed. He founded the