Rev Caroline "Carrie" Julia Bartlett Crane was the daughter of Lorenzo Dow and Julia Ann (Brown) Bartlett. She was the wife of Dr. Augustus Warren Crane. They were married in 1896. Dr. Crane died in 1937. Caroline was a teacher, Unitarian minister, suffragist, traveler, civic reformer, journalist, newspaper editor and social gospel advocate. She was inducted into The Michigan Women's Historical Center and Hall of Fame in 1984 - Areas of Achievement: Religion and Suffrage. Rev. Crane died from intercranial injuries/received from fall down stairs/accident. Her death certificate was signed by Dr. Ralph G. Cool, coroner.
--Her correspondence, speeches, sermons, articles, travel journals, scrapbooks, autobiographical material and photographs are housed in the Caroline Bartlett Crane collection at Western Michigan University.
June 22, 1870
Hudson, St. Croix Co., WISCONSIN
L. D., age 43, b1827 NY, patent ___ht dealer
Julia age 35, b1835 IND
Carrie age 11, b1859 WISC
Charles age 10, b1860 WISC
January 6, 1920
South Rose, Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo Co, MICHIGAN
Augustus W., age 51, b1869 MICH, medical physician
Carolyn B., age 61, b1859 WISC, minister/lecturer
adopted son Warren B., age 6, b1914
adopted dau Juliana B., age 6, b1914
The History of the People's Church From 1889 to 1898, c1952
Fulford, Martha M.
People's Church During the Golden Era of Caroline Bartlett Crane, c1978
Tucker, Cynthia Grant
Prophetic Sisterhood: Liberal Women Ministers on the Frontier, 188O-193O, c199O
A Just Verdict: the Life of Caroline Bartlett Crane, c1994
1858 - 1935"
Augustus Warren Crane
Warren Bartlett Crane
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