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  1. Lucy Ware Webb Hayes fue la esposa del presidente Rutherford B. Hayes, sirviendo como Primera dama de los Estados Unidos de 1877 a 1881. Hayes fue la primera primera dama en tener un título universitario. Fue también una anfitriona más igualitaria que las primeras damas anteriores. Defensora de los afroamericanos tanto antes como después de la Guerra Civil, Lucy fue la primera en invitar a un músico profesional afroamericano a actuar en la Casa Blanca. Perteneció a la Logia Lincoln ...

  2. Lucy Ware Hayes was the wife of President Rutherford B. Hayes and served as first lady of the United States from 1877 to 1881. Hayes was the first First Lady to have a college degree. She was also a more egalitarian hostess than previous First Ladies. An advocate for African Americans both before and after the American Civil War, Lucy invited the first African-American professional musician to appear at the White House. She was a Past Grand of Lincoln Rebekah Lodge of the ...

  3. Lucy - Wife, Mother, and Advocate. Lucy Webb Hayes was born in Chillicothe, Ohio, to Dr. James Webb and Maria Cook on August 28, 1831. Two years later, Dr. Webb died during a cholera epidemic in Kentucky, where he had gone to free slaves he had inherited. In 1844, the Webb family moved to Delaware, Ohio.

  4. Rutherford B. Hayes: Predecesor: Julia Grant: Sucesor: Lucretia Garfield: Datos Personales; Nombre: Lucy Ware Webb Hayes: Nacimiento: 28 de agosto de 1831 Chillicothe Estados Unidos: Fallecimiento: 25 de junio de 1889 Fremont Estados Unidos: Causa de la muerte: Accidente cerebrovascular: Ocupación: Política: Partido político: Partido Republicano: Creencias religiosas: Metodismo

  5. Lucy Webb Hayes A selection of photographs of the wife of 19th U.S. President Rutherford B. Hayes. A wedding day photograph of Rutherford B. and Lucy Webb Hayes. Lucy Ware Webb before her marriage. Lucy Webb Hayes holds her first child Birchard. An oil painting shows Lucy Hayes nursing wounded Civil War soldiers during her camp visits.

  6. Lucy Webb Hayes (1831-1889) was First Lady of the United States and the wife of President Rutherford B. Hayes, but prior to his presidency, Hayes was a general in the Union Army during the Civil War. Lucy’s kindness and great moral courage contributed greatly to her husband’s successful military and political careers.

  7. This review, by reexamining letters to and from Lucy Webb Hayes along with various other accounts in diaries, memoirs, and newspapers, seeks to dispel these false images. It reveals Lucy Hayes as she really was--an intelligent, warm-hearted, very human woman--influential and also influenced by her associates; and because of her husband's position, able to extend her influence beyond personal family and friends.