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collected correspondence of Lydia Maria Child, 1817-1880

Lydia Maria Francis Child

collected correspondence of Lydia Maria Child, 1817-1880

by Lydia Maria Francis Child

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Published by KTO Microform in Millwood, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Child, Lydia Maria Francis, -- 1802-1880,,
  • Child, Lydia Maria Francis, -- 1802-1880.,
  • Abolitionists -- United States -- Correspondence.

  • Edition Notes

    Microfiche.

    Statementby arrangement with Patricia G. Holland and Milton Meltzer, editors.
    ContributionsHolland, Patricia G., Meltzer, Milton, 1915-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination97 sheets ;
    Number of Pages97
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21916179M

    The Collected Correspondence of Lydia Maria Child, The collection contains, 2, letters, 2, of which are from Lydia Maria Child. Coffin, a member of the American Anti-Slavery Society, writes to author and abolitionist Lydia Maria Child about Harriet Jacobs. "I hope you will call & see, if she is now in the city, one of the most interesting Lydia Maria Child Papers, The Collected Correspondence of Lydia Maria Child, , ed.

    From the guide to the The collected correspondence of Lydia Maria Child, (inclusive), [microform]., , (American Philosophical Society) Charles Dickens was a British novelist, short story writer, essayist and journalist. From the guide to the Charles Dickens collection of papers, ]-[, , (The New York Public Library. The Collected Correspondence of Lydia Maria Child, The micropublication of The Collected Correspondence of Lydia Maria Child makes Journal Microform & Digitization Review – de Gruyter.

    Letters of Lydia Maria Child, with a biographical introduction by John G. Whittier and an appendix by Wendell Phillips, (edited by Harriet Winslow Sewall). Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, The Collected Correspondence of Lydia Maria Child, (edited by Patricia G. Holland, Milton Meltzer, and Francine Krasno). Child, Lydia Maria Francis. The coronal. A collection of miscellaneous pieces, written at various times. Boston: Carter and Hendee, Child, Lydia Maria Francis. Correspondence between Lydia Maria Child and Gov. Wise and Mrs. Mason, of Virginia. Boston: Published by the American anti-slavery society, Child, Lydia Maria Francis.


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Collected correspondence of Lydia Maria Child, 1817-1880 by Lydia Maria Francis Child Download PDF EPUB FB2

Lydia Maria Child (nee Francis) ( –), was an American abolitionist, women's rights activist, Native American rights activist, novelist, journalist, and opponent of American expansionism.

Her journals, both fiction and domestic manuals, reached wide audiences from the s through the s. The collection contains, 2, letters, 2, of which are from Lydia Maria Child. Topics include antislavery, politics, Childs' professional writing experience, her work as an editor of a children's magazine, her financial assistance to musicians and artists, feminism, and Child's personal life.

Recipients include Ralph Waldo Emerson, George Eliot, Margaret Fuller, Charles Dickens, collected correspondence of Lydia Maria Child.

Child, Lydia Maria Francis, Lydia Maria Child, selected letters, Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Lydia Maria Child; Lydia Maria Child; Lydia Maria Francis Child: Material Type: Biography, Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book.

The collected correspondence of Lydia Maria Child, guide and index to the microfiche edition by Patricia G Holland (Book) Over the river life of Lydia Maria Child, abolitionist for freedom, a companion book to the epic documentary of the same name by Constance L Jackson (Book).

The Heart is Like Heaven: The Life of Lydia Maria Child (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, ). The Collected Correspondence of Lydia Maria Child,ed. Patricia G.

Holland, Milton Meltzer, and Francine Krasno (New York: Kraus, ). Osborne, William S. Lydia Maria Child (Boston: Twayne, ). PS Z5 O8 Robarts. From the guide to the The collected correspondence of Collected correspondence of Lydia Maria Child Maria Child, (inclusive), [microform].,(American Philosophical Society) Epithet: née Francis; American author.

British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue: Person: Description: ark://vdc_x Full text of "Correspondence between Lydia Maria Child and Gov. Wise and Mrs. Mason, of Virginia" See other formats ANTI-SLAVERY TRACTS. New Series. CORRESPONDENCE LYDIA MARIA CHILD, AJTO GOV. WISE AND MRS.

MASON, OF VIRGINIA. NEW YORK: PUBLI8HED BY THE AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETT. The Collected Correspondence of Lydia Maria Child, – Millwood, New York: Kraus Microform, Millwood, New York: Kraus Microform, In Notes, referenced as CC ; and Maria Child referenced as LMC.

Most of her correspondence is published on microfiche in The Collected Letters of Lydia Maria Child, edited by Patricia G. Holland, Milton Meltzer, and Francine Krasno (). A smaller version of this is available: Milton Meltzer and Patricia B. Holland, eds., Lydia Maria Child: Selected Letters, ().

The Collected Correspondence of Lydia Maria Child(Microfiche Edition). Kraus Microform, New York. Jacobs, Harriet. ) Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl: Written by Herself, (L. Maria Child, ed). Harcourt Brace, New York. Meltzer, Milton and Patricia G. Holland, eds. Lydia Maria Child Selected Letters,   Ina reviewer for the Southern Quarterly Review was evaluating the writings of one of the United States’ most prolific authors, a woman named Lydia Maria appraising Child’s extensive output, which ranged from political treatises to self-help books to novels and poetry, the reviewer made a striking pronouncement.

“Mrs. that she would welcome correspondence between them "just as it bubbles up—gas, steam, or dia­ mond water drops" (p. Fortunately for us, thanks to the painstaking and judicious editing work of Milton Meltzer and Patricia G.

Holland, readers of Lydia Maria Child: Selected Letters,now have the opportunity to savor. Lydia Maria Child (Collected Correspondence, letter ) When Lydia Maria Child wrote this account in an letter to Rufus Wilmot Griswold, she was forty-four years of age and at the height of her career as a writer and reformer.

Her correspondent was a well-known literary critic who was compiling an anthology, Prose Writers of America. The Collected Correspondence of Lydia Maria Child, – Millwood, New York: Kraus Microform, In Notes, referenced as CC; and Maria Child referenced as LMC.

Karcher, Carolyn. The First Women in the Republic: A Cultural Biography of Lydia Maria Child. Durham: Duke University Press, Child, Lydia Maria () The collected correspondence of Lydia Maria Child, KTO Microform, Firestone Microforms Services (Film) MICROFICHE For The collected correspondence of Lydia Maria Child, guide and index to the microfiche edition, see Firestone Microforms Services (FilmB) EC H Lydia Maria Child – Correspondence About Slavery.

This series of letters, published by William Lloyd Garrison, were used as part of the anti-slavery campaign just before the U.S. Civil War. In the collection: an interchange between Lydia Maria Child and Gov.

Wise of Virginia, on the topic of John Brown. (At the time, what was to become West Virginia was still part of the. Lydia Maria Child: Selected Letters,edited by Holland, Meltzer, and Krasno (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, ).

See also the Child entries in DLB 1: American Renaissance in New England and DLB American Short-Story Writers Before Lydia Maria Child: Selected Letters, (). Aside from the works mentioned in the article above Child wrote Anti-Slavery Catechism (), Philothea, a Romance (), The Evils of Slavery and the Cure of Slavery (), Duty of Disobedience to the Fugitive Slave Act (), Isaac T.

Hopper: A True. Lydia Maria Francis Child has books on Goodreads with ratings. Lydia Maria Francis Child’s most popular book is The American Frugal Housewife: D. The Collected Correspondence of Lydia Maria Child, Millwood, NY: Kraus Microform, 97 microfiche sheets and guide Olin Microfiche Lydia Maria Child () was an author an reformer.

The Collected Correspondence of Lydia Maria Child, The collection contains, 2, letters, 2, of which are from Lydia Maria Child. Topics include antislavery, politics, Childs’ professional writing experience, her work as an editor of a children’s magazine, her financial assistance to musicians and artists, feminism, and Child’s personal life.Books to Borrow.

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