He was now able to come with more or less regularity to Chautauqua, and gave the opening address of the season.
Among varieties, Concord reigns supreme in the Chautauqua belt.
The thirty-sixth session of Chautauqua was epoch making in the development of material resources.
So many questions about Chautauqua, so much to tell that delighted him.
It was typical, and twenty millions are reported to be listening to such addresses in Chautauqua tents the country over.
How do you interpret Professor James's reaction to the Chautauqua?
The success of the Chautauqua movement indicates how many there are that are bent upon improving themselves.
I guess there were as many as two hundred Chautauqua salutes after that touchdown.
Something should be said just here concerning the ticket-system of Chautauqua.
Chautauqua; any place outside the offices of the State Department.
"assembly for popular education," 1873, from town in New York, U.S., where an annual Methodist summer colony featured lectures. The name is from ja'dahgweh, a Seneca (Iroquoian) name, possibly "one has taken out fish there," but an alternative suggested meaning is "raised body."