Annah Soule

Annah May Soule (1859 - 1905)

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Annah May "Anna" Soule
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Biography

Anna was born in 1859. She is the daughter of Harrison Soule and Mary Parker. [1]

Professor of American History and Political Economy at Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts.

From Ann Arbor Argus: Personal, June 5, 1896[2]

Miss Annah M. Soule spent Wednesday in Lansing, where she read a paper on "The Indiana-Michigan Boundary" at the annual meeting of the Michigan Pioneer and Historical Society.

Author, Southern and Western Boundaries of Michigan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.[3]

On 14 January 1901, Susan B. Anthony wrote to Anna Soule regarding a book she had written. That letter can be found at Letter from Susan B. Anthony to Anna M. Soule.

Member: Appointment Committee, Mt. Holyoke College, 1903-1904[4]

From The Michigan Alumnus, Campus Calendar, April 1905, Pg. 338

Monday, 20: The funeral of Miss Annah M. Soule, '94, M.L. '95, lately professor of history at Mt. Holyoke College, was held at the home of her father, Major Harrison Soule, treasurer of the University.

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Sources

  • 1860 US Census: Albion, Calhoun County, MI, 28 Aug 1860, Pg. 119[5]
  • 1870 US Census: Jackson, Jackson County, MI, 23 Jun 1870, Pg. 34[6]
  • Find A Grave Memorial # 20316309; Annah May Soule, Forest Hill Cemetery, Ann Arbor MI, Plot: Block 70 Lot 10

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Footnotes

  1. Information from Beardsley family researcher Nick Dann, 3 Nov 2016.
  2. Old News, Ann Arbor, Michigan, www.oldnews.aadl.org
  3. Annals of American Academy of Political and Social Science, Vol. 8 (Sep., 1896), Published by: Sage Publications, Inc, Pg. 220
  4. Annual Catalogue of the Mt. Holyoke Seminary and College in South Hadley, Mass., Pg. 15, published by Press of Springfield Printing and Binding Company, Springfield, Mass. 1903
  5. NARA microfilm publication M653, 1,438 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.; Roll: M653_539; Page: 119; Image: 119; FHL microfilm: 803539
  6. NARA microfilm publication M593, 1,761 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.; Roll: M593_678; Page: 254A; Image: 260483; FHL microfilm: 552177


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