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Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||ed. by Andrew Hilen.|
|LC Classifications||PS2281 .C7 1956|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||XXXV, 304 p. :|
|Number of Pages||304|
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Get this from a library. The diary of Clara Crowninshield: a European tour with Longfellow, [Clara Crowninshield; Andrew R Hilen] -- Observations and reflections of Clara (Clarissa) Crowninshield of her tour of Europe with renowned poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Clara was born Clarissa Crowninshield in Salem, Massachusetts, the. Get this from a library. The diary of Clara Crowninshield: a European tour with Longfellow, [Clara Crowninshield; Andrew Hilen]. The diary of Clara Crowninshield: a European tour with, Longfellow, / Author: edited by Andrew Hilen.
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Price, $ Reviewed by Richard B. Vowles, University of Florida. In Henry Wadsworth Longfellow embarked on his sec-ond European tour, with the assurance that the linguistic profit. Diary: a European tour with Longfellow, by Crowninshield, Clara, ; Hilen, Andrew R., ed.
Publication date Topics Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth,Americans Publisher Seattle, University of Washington Press Internet Archive Books. Scanned in : THE DIARY OF CLARA CROWNINSHIELD: A EUROPEAN TOUR WITH LONGFELLOW Edited by Andrew Hilen.
Seattle: University of Washington Press, xxxvi, p. The Diary of Clara Crowninshield is a nicely edited book of some three hundred pages, from which the diarist herself and her voyage emerge with impressive clarity.
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Ethel Crowninshield (fl. ss) was an American children's songwriter. Her Sing & Play songs were used to teach children to sing till the s and s. The song "The Big Crocodile" is still taught today. Works. Mother Goose Songs for Little Ones ; Robert Louis Stevenson Songs, ; The Sing & Play Book first edition,The Boston Music Company / Clarendon Press OxfordAuthority control: ISNI:.
The diary reveals a woman who took it for granted that she should do everything possible to aid the war effort and details her care of the sick and wounded at No.
3 Canadian General Hospital (McGill), forty miles behind the trenches, as well as at No. 2 Canadian Casualty Clearing Station, Author: Clare Gass. CLARA ENDICOTT SEARS () Clara Endicott Sears was the founder of Fruitlands Museum in Harvard, Massachusetts.
She was a descendent of the Peabody, Smith, Crowninshield, Endicott, Winthrop, Shaw, and other prominent Massachusetts families. Her maternal grandparents were George Peabody () and Clarissa.
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It is a n original contribution to the subject which might more. Collection Summary: Repository: The Phillips Library at the Peabody Essex Museum Essex Street Salem, MA Phone: Fax: Being the Fourth Book (English) (as Author) Neighbor Nelly Socks Being the Sixth and Last Book of the Series (English) (as Author) Red, White, Blue Socks, Part First Being the First Book (English) (as Author) Red, White, Blue Socks.
Part Second Being the Second Book of the Series (English) (as Author) Barrows, David P. He married Mary Crowninshield on 31 January She bore four children and died on 13 March Inhe married Harriet French Peabody. He owned homes in Milford, N.H. and Salem where he died on 11 March William C.
Endicott, Sr. was born 23 November in Salem, the son of William Putnam and Mary Crowninshield Endicott. Reread lines Based on these lines from her diary, what kind of person is Clara Barton.
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General Search Information The search results are determined by the combination of information entered into the search fields. The more information you enter, the fewer search results that will be returned. Louise du Pont Crowninshield () was the daughter of Col.
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Sarah G. Putnam kept her twenty-seven volume diary from 26 November until 10 April The diary contains both daily and monthly entries, some written in the form of letters sent home while traveling.
In addition to her diary entries, the volumes contain Putnam's artwork, beginning with sketches done as a child.
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At least so Clara Barton often thought. She was a strong-minded woman, and a bit inclined to think the worst of her superiors and associates.