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Individual speeches

From our databases (you will need the username/password for remote access):

Liberty or Death Speech by Patrick Henry -- 1775 (Salem Press)

Constitutional Equality by Victoria Woodhull -- 1871 (Salem Press)

Antiwar Speech by Eugene Debs -- 1918 (Salem Press)

Speech on Mexican Immigration by John C. Box -- 1928 (Salem Press) 

Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech by William Faulkner -- 1950 (Annals of American History)

Undelivered Dallas Speech by John F.  Kennedy -- 1963 (Annals of American History)

The Emperor Has No Clothes Speech by Senator Robert Byrd -- 2003 (Salem  Press)

The Hill We Climb by Amanda Gorman -- 2021 (EBSCOHost)

 

 

Library Information

 


Erin Fitzpatrick-Bjorn, Librarian
efitzpatrick@jesuitportland.org
503.292.2663 ext. 7403

Shannon Dickinson, Librarian
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503.292.2663 ext. 7403

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