Sarah Powers Bradish
|Sarah Powers Bradish|
|Born||Sarah E. Powers
|Alma mater||Ripon College, (B. A., 1871)|
|Occupation||Writer, temperance activist|
|Known for||Writing on Norse mythology|
|Spouse(s)||James H. Bradish|
|Children||Bertha and Herman|
|Parent(s)||Moses H. Powers of Green Lake, Wisconsin|
Sarah Powers Bradish is also known for her service as Wisconsin State Secretary of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union.
She was a graduate of Ripon College and traveled extensively in Europe. She traveled in England and France from 1872–73. She resided in Dartford, Wisconsin from 1873–74; in Ripon, Wisconsin from 1874–75; and in Minneapolis, Minnesota from 1875–94.
Her husband, James H. Bradish, also attended Ripon College. He became assistant general solicitor of the Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Railroad Company, and a Minneapolis alderman. The couple had two children, Bertha and Herman.
- Sarah Powers Bradish (1900). Old Norse Stories. American Book Company (at Google Books). Retrieved January 12, 2013.
- Ripon College. General catalogue of Ripon College, 1851 to 1894. p. 21. Retrieved October 24, 2013.
- "James H. Bradish". Progressive Men of Minnesota. pp. 478–479. Retrieved October 24, 2013. (Subscription required (. ))