Catharine Maria Sedgwick

By Catherine M. Sedgwick [ sic ] , Author of “ Hope Leslie , ” “ Redwood , ” “
Clarence , ” Etc. , Etc. Revised ed . New York ... 1853 Pleasant Words : Being
Pretty Little Stories ... London ... 1 1871 Life and Letters of Catharine M. Sedgwick
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Catharine Maria Sedgwick

Author: Lucinda L. Damon-Bach

Publisher: UPNE

ISBN: 9781555535483

Page: 328

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The essays in this volume examine the full breadth and complexity of the extensive oeuvre of American literary pioneer Catharine Maria Sedgwick (1789-1867).

American Lives

A Narrative of the Life of Mrs . Mary Jemison , ed . ... Truth Stranger Than Fiction :
Father Henson ' s Story of His Own Life . ... The Making of an American . 1902 .
Sedgwick , Catharine M . Life and Letters of Catharine M . Sedgwick . 1871 .

American Lives

Author: Robert F. Sayre

Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press

ISBN: 9780299142445

Page: 732

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American Lives is a groundbreaking book, the first historically organized anthology of American autobiographical writing, bringing us fifty-five voices from throughout the nation's history, from Abigail Adams, Abraham Lincoln, Jonathan Edwards, and Richard Wright to Quaker preacher Elizabeth Ashbridge, con man Stephen Burroughs, and circus impresario P.T. Barnum. Representing canonical and non-canonical writers, slaves and slave-owners, generals and conscientious objectors, scientists, immigrants, and Native Americans, the pieces in this collection make up a rich gathering of American "songs of ourselves." Robert F. Sayre frames the selections with an overview of theory and criticism of autobiography and with commentary on the relation between history and many kinds of autobiographical texts--travel narratives, stories of captivity, diaries of sexual liberation, religious conversions, accounts of political disillusionment, and discoveries of ethnic identity. With each selection Sayre also includes an extensive headnote providing valuable critical and biographical information. A scholarly and popular landmark, American Lives is a book for general readers and for teachers, students, and every American scholar.

The Bront s

... fed by the inferior vitality of others; and how well she conceives others! how
she daguerreotypes them! —Catharine M. sedgwick, letter to Dr. Dewey, April
1853, cited in Mary e. Dewey, Life and Letters of Catharine M. Sedgwick, 1871, p.
349 ...

The Bront  s

Author: Harold Bloom

Publisher: Infobase Publishing

ISBN: 0791096203

Page: 219

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A research and study guide for novels written by Charlotte and Emily Brontèe includes plot summaries, lists of characters, and critical views.

Working At Play

15. Catharine M. Sedgwick, Life and Letters of Catharine M. Sedgwick, ed. Mary
E. Dewey (New York: Harper & Bros., 1871), 129. 16. Catharine Sedgwick used
the term “grand tour” to describe her trip to Niagara in 1821. Sedgwick, Life and ...

Working At Play

Author: Cindy S. Aron

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0190281561

Page: 336

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In Working at Play, Cindy Aron offers the first full length history of how Americans have vacationed--from eighteenth-century planters who summered in Newport to twentieth-century urban workers who headed for camps in the hills. In the early nineteenth century, vacations were taken for health more than for fun, as the wealthy traveled to watering places, seeking cures for everything from consumption to rheumatism. But starting in the 1850s, the growth of a white- collar middle class and the expansion of railroads made vacationing a mainstream activity. Aron charts this growth with grace and insight, tracing the rise of new vacation spots as the nation and the middle class blossomed. She shows how late nineteenth-century resorts became centers of competitive sports--bowling, tennis, golf, hiking, swimming, and boating absorbed the hours. But as vacationing grew, she writes, fears of the dangers of idleness grew with it. Religious camp grounds, where gambling, drinking, and bathing on Sundays were prohibited, became established resorts. At the same time 'self improvement' vacations began to flourish, allowing a middle class still uncomfortable with the notion of leisure to feel productive while at play. With vivid detail and much insight, Working at Play offers a lively history of the vacation, throwing new light on the place of work and rest in American culture.

Bard of the Bethel

The Life and Times of Boston's Father Taylor, 1793-1871 Wendy Knickerbocker.
9James Silk Buckingham, America, ... 2, 1835, in Catharine M. Sedgwick, Life
and Letters of Catharine M. Sedgwick, ed. Mary E. Dewey (New York: Harper ...

Bard of the Bethel

Author: Wendy Knickerbocker

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 1443862320

Page: 515

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The Rev Edward T. Taylor (1793–1871), better known as Father Taylor, was a former sailor who became a Methodist itinerant preacher in southeastern New England, and then the acclaimed pastor of Boston’s Seamen’s Bethel. Known for his colorful sermons and temperance speeches, Father Taylor was one of the best-known and most popular preachers in Boston during the 1830s–1850s. A proud Methodist, Father Taylor was active within the New England Annual Conference for over fifty years, and there was no corner of New England where he was unknown. His career mirrored the growth of Methodism and the involvement of New England Methodists in the social issues of the time. In Boston, the Seamen’s Bethel was nondenominational, and Unitarians were its primary supporters. Father Taylor was loyal to his benefactors at a time when Unitarianism was controversial. In turn, he was respected and admired by many Unitarians, including Ralph Waldo Emerson. Father Taylor was a sailors’ missionary and reformer, a lively and eloquent preacher, a temperance advocate, an urban minister-at-large, and a champion of religious tolerance. His story is the portrayal of a unique and forceful American character, set against the backdrop of Boston in the age of revival and reform.

Clarence

or, A Tale of Our Own Times Catharine Maria Sedgwick Melissa J. Homestead,
Ellen A. Foster ... Dewey, ed., Life and Letters of Catharine M. Sedgwick (New
York: Harper & Brothers, 1871), but I cite the manuscript letters as more
authoritative.

Clarence

Author: Catharine Maria Sedgwick

Publisher: Broadview Press

ISBN: 1460400674

Page: 482

View: 119

Honorable mention recipient for the 2012 Society for the Study of American Women Writers Award. A pioneering American novel of manners first published in 1830, Catharine Sedgwick’s Clarence follows heiress Gertrude Clarence as she negotiates the perils of the marriage market in New York City. Giving Gertrude’s family English and Caribbean histories, Sedgwick aligns the United States in the 1820s with a larger Atlantic world. This edition of Sedgwick’s cosmopolitan novel will contribute to a rethinking both of the history of the American novel of manners and to the shape of Sedgwick’s career as one of the most important novelists of the first half of the nineteenth century. This Broadview edition offers a rich selection of contextual materials, including selections from Sedgwick’s correspondence and journals reconstructing the origins of the novel, engravings and lithographs of key sites in the novel, American and British reviews of the novel, and documentation of the author’s revised edition of 1849.

The Methodist Review

Life and Letters of Catherine M . Sedgwick . Edited by Mary E . DEWEY . 12mo . ,
pp . 416 . New York : Harper & Brothers . 1871 . Among the Huts in Egypt .
Scenes from Real Life . By M . L . WHATELEY , 12mo . , pp . 344 . London :
Seeley ...

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A New England Tale

In Sedgwick's construction of the new Republic, parents govern wisely and justly;
children learn to trust their own judgment by ... Mary Dewey, ed., Life and Letters
of Catharine M. Sedgwick (New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1871), 29.

A New England Tale

Author: Catharine Maria Sedgwick

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101176814

Page: 224

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Jane Elton, orphaned as a young girl, goes to live with her aunt Mrs. Wilson, a selfish and overbearing woman who practices a repressive Calvinism. In their rural New England village, Jane grows up yearning to break free from Mrs. Wilson's tyranny and find her place as a citizen of the evolving American Republic. She is helped by her encounters with characters who embody various shadings of moral, religious, and civic virtue: the affectionate servant Mary Hull, a pious Methodist; Mr. Lloyd, a kind Quaker; Crazy Bet, emotional, sympathetic, but deeply unstable; and Old John, bereaved but wise. Ultimately, A New-England Tale is about the connection between parenting and governing, and the key role women play in shaping a fledgling nation. For more than seventy years, Penguin has been the leading publisher of classic literature in the English-speaking world. With more than 1,700 titles, Penguin Classics represents a global bookshelf of the best works throughout history and across genres and disciplines. Readers trust the series to provide authoritative texts enhanced by introductions and notes by distinguished scholars and contemporary authors, as well as up-to-date translations by award-winning translators.

The Columbia Documentary History of Race and Ethnicity in America

Source: “Diary of Catherine Maria Sedgwick, June 1821,” in Mary E. Dewey, ed.,
Life and Letters of Catherine M. Sedgwick (New York: Harper and Row, 1871), p.
130; electronic version at http://www.lib.uchicago.edu/efts/ asp/NAWLD Here, ...

The Columbia Documentary History of Race and Ethnicity in America

Author: Ronald H. Bayor

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 0231508409

Page: 1104

View: 983

All historians would agree that America is a nation of nations. But what does that mean in terms of the issues that have moved and shaped us as a people? Contemporary concerns such as bilingualism, incorporation/assimilation, dual identity, ethnic politics, quotas and affirmative action, residential segregation, and the volume of immigration resonate with a past that has confronted variations of these modern issues. The Columbia Documentary History of Race and Ethnicity in America, written and compiled by a highly respected team of American historians under the editorship of Ronald Bayor, illuminates the myriad ways in which immigration, racial, and ethnic histories have shaped the contours of contemporary American society. This invaluable resource documents all eras of the American past, including black–white interactions and the broad spectrum of American attitudes and reactions concerning Native Americans, Irish Catholics, Mexican Americans, Jewish Americans, and other groups. Each of the eight chronological chapters contains a survey essay, an annotated bibliography, and 20 to 30 related public and private primary source documents, including manifestos, speeches, court cases, letters, memoirs, and much more. From the 1655 petition of Jewish merchants regarding the admission of Jews to the New Netherlands colony to an interview with a Chinese American worker regarding a 1938 strike in San Francisco, documents are drawn from a variety of sources and allow students and others direct access to our past. Selections include Powhatan to John Smith, 1609 Thomas Jefferson—"Notes on the State of Virginia" Petition of the Trustees of Congregation Shearith Israel, 1811 Bessie Conway or, The Irish Girl in America German Society in Chicago, Annual Report, 1857–1858. "Mark Twain's Salutation to the Century" W. E. B. DuBois, "Of Our Spiritual Strivings" NAACP on Black Schoolteachers'Fight for Equal Pay Malcom X speech, 1964 Hewy Newton interview and Black Panther Party platform Preamble—La Raza Unida Party Lee lacocca speech to Ethnic Heritage Council of the Pacific Northwest, 1984 Native American Graves and Repatriation Act, 1990 L.A. riot—from the Los Angeles Times, May 3, 15, 1992; Nov. 16, 19, 1992 Asian American Political Alliance President Clinton's Commission on Race, Town Meeting, 1997 Louis Farrakhan—"The Vision for the Million Man March"

Finding List May 1895

Mollett , J. W. Painters of BarWallace , William , Life of Arthur bizon ; Millet ,
Rousseau , Diaz . Schopenbauer . ... Dewey , Mary E. ed . Life and letters of Scott
, Leader , pseud . Andrea del Catharine M. Sedgwick . 1871 ..... B S448 Sarto .
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Finding List  May 1895

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The New Moulton s Library of Literary Criticism Mid Victorian

185 – 87 CATHARINE MARIA SEDGWICK 1789 - 1867 Catharine Maria
Sedgwick was born in Stockbridge , Massachusetts , on December 28 ... Mary E .
DEWEY , Life and Letters of Catharine M . Sedgwick , 1871 , p . 10 I had a great ...

The New Moulton s Library of Literary Criticism  Mid Victorian

Author: Harold Bloom

Publisher: Chelsea House

ISBN: 9780877547860

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Excerpts from the works of critics, from contemporaries of the authors covered through those of the Victorian era

1855 1874

Sedgwick's character, though we were too opposite in our natures, in many of our
views, and in some of our principles, ... BRYANT, WILLIAM CULLEN, 1871,
Reminiscences of Miss Sedgwick, Life and Letters of Catharine M. Sedgwick, ed.

1855 1874

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Frontiers

Addison , Lucy Larcom : Life , Letters , & Diary ( Boston : Houghton , Mifflin , 1894
) , 178 . 8 . Devanant , 76 . 9 . ... Mary E . Dewey , Life and Letters of Catharine M .
Sedgwick ( New York : Harper and Brothers , 1871 ) , 289 . 33 . L . Maud M ...

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A journal of women studies.

Love of Freedom

Black Women in Colonial and Revolutionary New England Catherine Adams,
Elizabeth H. Pleck ... For his undergraduate days see Life and Letters of
Catharine M. Sedgwick ed. Mary E. Dewey (New York: Harper and Brothers,
1871), 20 and Timothy Kenslea, The Sedgwicks in Love: Courtship, Engagement,
and Marriage ...

Love of Freedom

Author: Catherine Adams

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199779833

Page: 280

View: 463

They baked New England's Thanksgiving pies, preached their faith to crowds of worshippers, spied for the patriots during the Revolution, wrote that human bondage was a sin, and demanded reparations for slavery. Black women in colonial and revolutionary New England sought not only legal emancipation from slavery but defined freedom more broadly to include spiritual, familial, and economic dimensions. Hidden behind the banner of achieving freedom was the assumption that freedom meant affirming black manhood The struggle for freedom in New England was different for men than for women. Black men in colonial and revolutionary New England were struggling for freedom from slavery and for the right to patriarchal control of their own families. Women had more complicated desires, seeking protection and support in a male headed household while also wanting personal liberty. Eventually women who were former slaves began to fight for dignity and respect for womanhood and access to schooling for black children.