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The Resource Nineteenth-century American women writers : an anthology, edited by Karen L. Kilcup

Nineteenth-century American women writers : an anthology, edited by Karen L. Kilcup

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Nineteenth-century American women writers : an anthology
Title
Nineteenth-century American women writers
Title remainder
an anthology
Statement of responsibility
edited by Karen L. Kilcup
Title variation
19th-century American women writers
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eng
Summary
Reflects the latest scholarship on both traditional and unfamiliar writing and provides an unequaled view of the breadth of American women's work
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810.809287
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PS508.W7
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N56 1997
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non fiction
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Kilcup, Karen L
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Blackwell anthologies
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  • Women
  • American literature
  • American literature
  • Femmes
  • Littérature américaine
  • Écrits de femmes américains
  • American literature
  • American literature
  • Women
  • United States
  • Amerikaans
  • Vrouwelijke auteurs
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Nineteenth-century American women writers : an anthology, edited by Karen L. Kilcup
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Native American myths.
  • The woman who fell from the sky (Iroquois)
  • The origin of corn (Eastern Cherokee)
  • The chief's daughters : an Otoe tale (Otoe)
  • The ghost wife (Pawnee)
  • Changing woman and white shell woman (Navajo)
  • Bluejay and the well-behaved maiden (Nez Percé)
  • Now while my needle does my hours engage
  • Tis true tis long ere I began
  • Believe not each aspersing tongue
  • Ann thou are fair divinely fair
  • I read his awful name, emblazoned high
  • How various her employments whom the world
  • In all my vast concerns with thee
  • Observe the rising lily's snowy grace
  • When first my lisping accents came
  • Whence did the wondrous mystic art arise
  • Sampler verses.
  • Adam alone in paradise did grieve
  • Glittering stones and golden things
  • I cannot perceive this business design'd
  • Plain as this canvas was, as plain we find
  • Oh may our follies like the falling trees
  • Beauties like princes from their very youth
  • Mysterious heaven how wondrous are thy ways
  • Incorrect words
  • Eliza Leslie
  • from The Atlantic souvenir.
  • Cacoethes scribendi
  • from Letters from abroad to kindred at home.
  • An American in London
  • Catharine Maria Sedgwick
  • from Sketch of Connecticut, forty years since.
  • Chapter VI Primus and his daughter
  • from Poems.
  • from A narrative of the life of Mrs. Mary Jemison.
  • Death of an infant
  • from Zinzendorff, and other poems.
  • Niagara
  • The western emigrant
  • from Water-drops.
  • Drinking song
  • from The female poets of America.
  • Indian names
  • from Letters of life.
  • Requests for writing
  • The adoption ceremony; new sisters
  • Lydia Howard Huntley Sigourney
  • from the Spiritual autobiography and diary.
  • My holy leader, a woman
  • A dream of slaughter
  • The dream of the cakes
  • Rebecca Perot and I in a garden
  • Rebecca and me together
  • Rebecca's hair
  • A beautiful vision
  • Two beloved sisters
  • Marriage and childbirth
  • Dream of home and search for Eldress Paulina
  • The beauty of Zion
  • Rebecca Cox Jackson
  • Women's work among the Seneca; the introduction of ardent spirits
  • Mary Jemison (Degiwene's)
  • Memoir of Old Elizabeth, a colored woman
  • Old Elizabeth
  • from The behavior book : a manual for ladies.
  • One class of settlers
  • Caroline Kirkland
  • from Juvenile miscellany.
  • Adventure in the woods
  • from The American frugal housewife.
  • Introductory chapter
  • General maxims for health
  • Education of daughters
  • from Fact and fiction.
  • Hilda Silfverling
  • from the Anti-slavery bugle.
  • Lydia Maria Child
  • from the Lowell offering.
  • A new society
  • The white dress; or, Village aristocracy
  • from the Lowell offering.
  • Aunt Letty; or, the Useful
  • Betsey Chamberlain, Lowell Offering writers
  • from Unpublished diaries.
  • European travel
  • Lorenza Stevens Berbineau
  • May I say a few words?
  • from Summer on the lakes, in 1843.
  • Mackinaw
  • from Woman in the nineteenth-century.
  • We would have every arbitrary barrier thrown down
  • Margaret Fuller
  • from Olive branch.
  • Aunt Hetty on matrimony
  • from True flag.
  • Soliloquy of a housemaid
  • from Little ferns for Fanny's little friends.
  • Sojourner Truth
  • The baby's complaint
  • The boy who liked natural history
  • from True flag.
  • Hungry husbands
  • from Little ferns for Fanny's little friends.
  • A peep underground
  • from the New York Ledger.
  • Awe-ful thoughts
  • from the New York Ledger.
  • A word on the other side
  • from Narrative of Sojourner Truth.
  • from the New York Ledger.
  • Fashionable invalidism
  • Fanny Fern (Sara Payson Willis Parton)
  • Ar'n't I a woman?
  • Frances Dana Gage
  • from A new home, who'll follow?
  • Borrowing
  • from Sunny memories of foreign lands.
  • Letter I sea travel
  • from Sam Lawson's Oldtown fireside stories.
  • Laughin' in meetin'
  • Harriet Beecher Stowe
  • from Clovernook; or, Recollections of our neighborhood in the West.
  • My grandfather
  • from Ballads, lyrics, and hymns.
  • The bridal veil
  • If and if
  • The lady's mistake
  • The sea-side cave
  • from The poetical works of Alice and Phoebe Cary.
  • Three bugs
  • Alice Cary
  • from Proceedings of the Eleventh Women's Rights Convention.
  • We are all bound up together
  • from Sketches of southern life.
  • Aunt Chloe
  • The deliverance
  • Aunt Chloe's politics
  • "Won't you die & be a spirit"
  • Learning to read
  • Church building
  • The reunion
  • from the Christian recorder.
  • Fancy etchings
  • from the New York freeman.
  • John and Jacob : a dialogue on women's rights
  • from Atlanta offering : poems.
  • Songs for the people
  • Frances E.W. Harper
  • The wraith of the rose
  • from The poetical works of Lucy Larcom.
  • Weaving
  • The city lights
  • March
  • A little old girl
  • Flowers of the fallow
  • Lucy Larcom
  • from Somebody's neighbors.
  • Miss Beulah's bonnet
  • from Huckleberries gathered from New England hills.
  • from Poems.
  • How Celia changed her mind
  • from Poems.
  • Blue-beard's closet
  • Fantasia
  • from Poems.
  • Arachne
  • Rose Terry Cooke
  • The Cocoa-nut tree
  • A flight of fancy
  • The lily's delusion
  • Frances Sargent Osgood
  • Letter 265 to Thomas Wentworth Higginson, 7 June 1862
  • Letter 271 to Thomas Wentworth Higginson, August 1862
  • I cannot dance upon my toes
  • Before I got my eye put out
  • Letter 238 to Susan Gilbert Dickinson, summer 1861.
  • Safe in their alabaster chambers
  • Letter 258 to Susan Gilbert Dickinson, early 1862.
  • Your riches taught me poverty!
  • Letter 364 to Susan Gilbert Dickinson, September 1867
  • Letter 378 to Susan Gilbert Dickinson, autumn 1872.
  • Letter 260 to Thomas Wentworth Higginson, 15 April 1862
  • A narrow fellow in the grass
  • Letter 712 to Gilbert Dickinson, c. 1881.
  • The bumble bee's religion
  • Letter 868 to Susan Gilbert Dickinson, early October 1883
  • Letter 871 to Susan Gilbert Dickinson, early October 1883.
  • Expanse cannot be lost
  • Letter 601a from Helen Hunt Jackson, 12 May 1879
  • One of the ones that Midas touched
  • Letter 602 to Helen Hunt Jackson, 1879.
  • A route of evanescence
  • I'll tell you how the sun rose
  • Letter 937 to Helen Hunt Jackson, September 1884
  • Letter 937a from Helen Hunt Jackson, 5 September 1884
  • Letter 835 to Mrs. J. Howard Sweetser, summer 1883
  • Letter 835a to Mrs. J. Howard Sweetser, summer 1883.
  • Black cake
  • Emily Dickinson
  • The nearest dream recedes unrealized
  • We play at paste
  • Letter 261 to Thomas Wentworth Higginson, 25 April 1862
  • South winds jostle them
  • Of all the sounds despatched abroad
  • There came a day at summer's full
  • from Lippincott's magazine.
  • "Miss Grief"
  • Constance Fenimore Woolson
  • from Men, women, and ghosts.
  • The tenth of January
  • from Harper's monthly magazine.
  • The stone woman of Eastern Point
  • Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (Ward)
  • from Life among the Piutes.
  • First meeting of Piutes and Whites
  • from The Widder Doodle's courtship, and other sketches.
  • Domestic and social moralities
  • Sarah Winnemucca (Thocmetony)
  • from Century magazine.
  • The fate of a voice
  • from Century magazine.
  • Pictures of the Far West
  • I Looking for camp
  • II The coming of winter
  • from Century magazine.
  • Pictures of the Far West
  • A pleasure exertion
  • III The sheriff's posse
  • May Hallock Foote
  • from Harper's monthly magazine.
  • An ex-brigadier
  • Sarah Barnwell Elliott
  • from The poems of Emma Lazarus.
  • Echoes
  • The guardian of the red disk
  • The new colossus
  • The new Ezekiel
  • Marietta Holley ("Josiah Allen's wife")
  • The South
  • Emma Lazarus
  • from Play-days : a book of stories for children.
  • Woodchucks
  • from Atlantic monthly.
  • The town poor
  • from A native of Winby and other tales.
  • The passing of Sister Barsett
  • Sarah Orne Jewett
  • from Culture and cooking; or, Art in the kitchen.
  • Warming over
  • Sauces
  • On some table prejudices
  • Catherine Owen (Helen Alice Matthews Nitsch)
  • from Poems.
  • October
  • Helen Hunt Jackson
  • from Atlantic monthly.
  • Blind Tom
  • from Atlantic monthly.
  • A faded leaf of history
  • Rebecca Harding Davis
  • from Theophilus and others.
  • Miss Maloney on the Chinese question
  • from the Springfield republican.
  • Sunday afternoon in a poor-house
  • Mary Mapes Dodge
  • from the Independent.
  • Transcendental wild oats
  • Louisa May Alcott
  • from Who would have thought it?.
  • The arrival
  • The little black girl
  • The mysterious big boxes
  • from The squatter and the Don.
  • Miss Emily Dickinson of Amherst
  • The Don's view of the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
  • Maria Amparo Ruiz de Burton
  • from Harper's new monthly magazine.
  • In the Maguerriwock
  • Harriet Prescott Spofford
  • from Our young folks.
  • The sandpiper's nest
  • from Audubon magazine.
  • Woman's heartlessness
  • from The poems of Celia Thaxter.
  • Susan Gilbert Dickinson
  • Alone
  • Remembrance
  • Celia Thaxter
  • from Mac-o-cheek press.
  • The fancy ball
  • from The galaxy.
  • Giving back the flower
  • from A women's poems.
  • An after-poem
  • from the Independent.
  • from Poems.
  • The black princess
  • from The capital.
  • The funeral of a doll
  • The grave at Frankfort
  • from The capital.
  • Faith in fairy-land
  • from Atlantic monthly.
  • A lesson in a picture
  • from Youth's companion.
  • Trumpet flowers
  • Down to sleep
  • from Enchanted castle : and other poems.
  • In the round tower at Cloyne
  • from Child's world ballads and other poems.
  • Confession
  • from the Bookman.
  • Inspiration and poem
  • from Century magazine.
  • A mistake in the bird-market
  • from the Independent.
  • A new Thanksgiving
  • from Sonnets and lyrics.
  • Sarah Morgan Bryan Piatt
  • Poppies on the wheat
  • Crossed threads
  • Two friends
  • from Harper's bazar.
  • Old Woman Magoun
  • Mary Wilkins Freeman
  • from Century magazine.
  • The balcony
  • from Century magazine.
  • The old lady's restoration
  • from Balcony stories.
  • Anne Marie and Jeanne Marie
  • from Vogue.
  • Grace King
  • from A branch of May.
  • August
  • Mid-March
  • from A quiet road.
  • Telling the bees
  • from Spicewood.
  • Drought
  • A war memory
  • from Wild cherry.
  • The story of an hour
  • Emily
  • White flags
  • from Selected poems.
  • A flower of mullein
  • from White April and other poems.
  • Crows
  • Nina
  • White April
  • Lizette Woodworth Reese
  • from Chap-book.
  • from the New Orleans times democrat.
  • The tale of a self-made cat
  • Kate Douglas Wiggin
  • from A voice from the South.
  • The higher education of women
  • Anna Julia Cooper
  • from Colored American magazine.
  • Talma Gordon
  • from Colored American magazine.
  • Bro'r Abr'm Jimson's wedding
  • Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins
  • Lilacs
  • from the American Jewess.
  • The wooing of Rachel Schlipsky
  • Laura Jacobson
  • The yellow wall-paper (manuscript version)
  • Charlotte Perkins (Stetson) Gilman
  • from Happy ending : the collected lyrics of Louise Imogen Guiney.
  • Emily Brontë
  • Hylas
  • London
  • Sanctuary
  • from The complete works of Kate Chopin.
  • Two Irish peasant songs
  • When on the marge of evening
  • Louise Imogen Guiney
  • from The white wampum.
  • Erie waters
  • Marshlands
  • Shadow River, Muskoka
  • from Canadian born.
  • The corn husker
  • Low tide at St. Andrews
  • The storm
  • from Flint and feather.
  • The Indian corn planter
  • from Mother's magazine.
  • The tenas klootchman
  • from The moccasin maker.
  • As it was in the beginning
  • E. Pauline Johnson (Tekahionwake)
  • Kate Chopin
  • from Harper's bazar.
  • Ida Baker Wells-Barnett
  • from The Nebraska of Kate McPhelim Cleary.
  • Dust storm
  • Feet of clay
  • Kate McPhelim Cleary
  • from Mrs. Spring Fragrance.
  • Mrs. Spring Fragrance
  • "Its wavering image"
  • What about the cat?
  • Sui Sin Far (Edith Maud Eaton)
  • from Magnolia leaves.
  • from Atlantic monthly.
  • The basket maker
  • from Atlantic monthly.
  • The walking woman
  • Mary Hunter Austin
  • from Wynema, a child of the forest.
  • Some Indian dishes
  • A conservative
  • Sophia Alice Callahan
  • from The renegade and other stories.
  • Alaska
  • The beast
  • Genendel the pious
  • Martha Wolfenstein
  • from The goodness of St. Rocque.
  • A carnival jangle
  • Sister Josepha
  • Alice Dunbar-Nelson
  • from Harper's monthly magazine.
  • Two converts
  • from Century magazine.
  • The Cherokee
  • The loves of Sakura Jiro and the three headed maid
  • Onoto Watanna (Winnifred Eaton)
  • from Atlantic monthly.
  • The school days of an Indian girl
  • Zitkala-Ša (Gertrude Simmons Bonnin)
  • from Century magazine.
  • The birth of the god of war
  • The vine-leaf
  • Maria Cristina Mena
  • The coming woman
  • The Saxon legend of language
  • Mary Weston Fordham
  • from A red record.
  • History of some cases of rape
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23 cm.
Extent
1, 601 pages
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9780631199861
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  • (OCoLC)34710760
Label
Nineteenth-century American women writers : an anthology, edited by Karen L. Kilcup
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Native American myths.
  • The woman who fell from the sky (Iroquois)
  • The origin of corn (Eastern Cherokee)
  • The chief's daughters : an Otoe tale (Otoe)
  • The ghost wife (Pawnee)
  • Changing woman and white shell woman (Navajo)
  • Bluejay and the well-behaved maiden (Nez Percé)
  • Now while my needle does my hours engage
  • Tis true tis long ere I began
  • Believe not each aspersing tongue
  • Ann thou are fair divinely fair
  • I read his awful name, emblazoned high
  • How various her employments whom the world
  • In all my vast concerns with thee
  • Observe the rising lily's snowy grace
  • When first my lisping accents came
  • Whence did the wondrous mystic art arise
  • Sampler verses.
  • Adam alone in paradise did grieve
  • Glittering stones and golden things
  • I cannot perceive this business design'd
  • Plain as this canvas was, as plain we find
  • Oh may our follies like the falling trees
  • Beauties like princes from their very youth
  • Mysterious heaven how wondrous are thy ways
  • Incorrect words
  • Eliza Leslie
  • from The Atlantic souvenir.
  • Cacoethes scribendi
  • from Letters from abroad to kindred at home.
  • An American in London
  • Catharine Maria Sedgwick
  • from Sketch of Connecticut, forty years since.
  • Chapter VI Primus and his daughter
  • from Poems.
  • from A narrative of the life of Mrs. Mary Jemison.
  • Death of an infant
  • from Zinzendorff, and other poems.
  • Niagara
  • The western emigrant
  • from Water-drops.
  • Drinking song
  • from The female poets of America.
  • Indian names
  • from Letters of life.
  • Requests for writing
  • The adoption ceremony; new sisters
  • Lydia Howard Huntley Sigourney
  • from the Spiritual autobiography and diary.
  • My holy leader, a woman
  • A dream of slaughter
  • The dream of the cakes
  • Rebecca Perot and I in a garden
  • Rebecca and me together
  • Rebecca's hair
  • A beautiful vision
  • Two beloved sisters
  • Marriage and childbirth
  • Dream of home and search for Eldress Paulina
  • The beauty of Zion
  • Rebecca Cox Jackson
  • Women's work among the Seneca; the introduction of ardent spirits
  • Mary Jemison (Degiwene's)
  • Memoir of Old Elizabeth, a colored woman
  • Old Elizabeth
  • from The behavior book : a manual for ladies.
  • One class of settlers
  • Caroline Kirkland
  • from Juvenile miscellany.
  • Adventure in the woods
  • from The American frugal housewife.
  • Introductory chapter
  • General maxims for health
  • Education of daughters
  • from Fact and fiction.
  • Hilda Silfverling
  • from the Anti-slavery bugle.
  • Lydia Maria Child
  • from the Lowell offering.
  • A new society
  • The white dress; or, Village aristocracy
  • from the Lowell offering.
  • Aunt Letty; or, the Useful
  • Betsey Chamberlain, Lowell Offering writers
  • from Unpublished diaries.
  • European travel
  • Lorenza Stevens Berbineau
  • May I say a few words?
  • from Summer on the lakes, in 1843.
  • Mackinaw
  • from Woman in the nineteenth-century.
  • We would have every arbitrary barrier thrown down
  • Margaret Fuller
  • from Olive branch.
  • Aunt Hetty on matrimony
  • from True flag.
  • Soliloquy of a housemaid
  • from Little ferns for Fanny's little friends.
  • Sojourner Truth
  • The baby's complaint
  • The boy who liked natural history
  • from True flag.
  • Hungry husbands
  • from Little ferns for Fanny's little friends.
  • A peep underground
  • from the New York Ledger.
  • Awe-ful thoughts
  • from the New York Ledger.
  • A word on the other side
  • from Narrative of Sojourner Truth.
  • from the New York Ledger.
  • Fashionable invalidism
  • Fanny Fern (Sara Payson Willis Parton)
  • Ar'n't I a woman?
  • Frances Dana Gage
  • from A new home, who'll follow?
  • Borrowing
  • from Sunny memories of foreign lands.
  • Letter I sea travel
  • from Sam Lawson's Oldtown fireside stories.
  • Laughin' in meetin'
  • Harriet Beecher Stowe
  • from Clovernook; or, Recollections of our neighborhood in the West.
  • My grandfather
  • from Ballads, lyrics, and hymns.
  • The bridal veil
  • If and if
  • The lady's mistake
  • The sea-side cave
  • from The poetical works of Alice and Phoebe Cary.
  • Three bugs
  • Alice Cary
  • from Proceedings of the Eleventh Women's Rights Convention.
  • We are all bound up together
  • from Sketches of southern life.
  • Aunt Chloe
  • The deliverance
  • Aunt Chloe's politics
  • "Won't you die & be a spirit"
  • Learning to read
  • Church building
  • The reunion
  • from the Christian recorder.
  • Fancy etchings
  • from the New York freeman.
  • John and Jacob : a dialogue on women's rights
  • from Atlanta offering : poems.
  • Songs for the people
  • Frances E.W. Harper
  • The wraith of the rose
  • from The poetical works of Lucy Larcom.
  • Weaving
  • The city lights
  • March
  • A little old girl
  • Flowers of the fallow
  • Lucy Larcom
  • from Somebody's neighbors.
  • Miss Beulah's bonnet
  • from Huckleberries gathered from New England hills.
  • from Poems.
  • How Celia changed her mind
  • from Poems.
  • Blue-beard's closet
  • Fantasia
  • from Poems.
  • Arachne
  • Rose Terry Cooke
  • The Cocoa-nut tree
  • A flight of fancy
  • The lily's delusion
  • Frances Sargent Osgood
  • Letter 265 to Thomas Wentworth Higginson, 7 June 1862
  • Letter 271 to Thomas Wentworth Higginson, August 1862
  • I cannot dance upon my toes
  • Before I got my eye put out
  • Letter 238 to Susan Gilbert Dickinson, summer 1861.
  • Safe in their alabaster chambers
  • Letter 258 to Susan Gilbert Dickinson, early 1862.
  • Your riches taught me poverty!
  • Letter 364 to Susan Gilbert Dickinson, September 1867
  • Letter 378 to Susan Gilbert Dickinson, autumn 1872.
  • Letter 260 to Thomas Wentworth Higginson, 15 April 1862
  • A narrow fellow in the grass
  • Letter 712 to Gilbert Dickinson, c. 1881.
  • The bumble bee's religion
  • Letter 868 to Susan Gilbert Dickinson, early October 1883
  • Letter 871 to Susan Gilbert Dickinson, early October 1883.
  • Expanse cannot be lost
  • Letter 601a from Helen Hunt Jackson, 12 May 1879
  • One of the ones that Midas touched
  • Letter 602 to Helen Hunt Jackson, 1879.
  • A route of evanescence
  • I'll tell you how the sun rose
  • Letter 937 to Helen Hunt Jackson, September 1884
  • Letter 937a from Helen Hunt Jackson, 5 September 1884
  • Letter 835 to Mrs. J. Howard Sweetser, summer 1883
  • Letter 835a to Mrs. J. Howard Sweetser, summer 1883.
  • Black cake
  • Emily Dickinson
  • The nearest dream recedes unrealized
  • We play at paste
  • Letter 261 to Thomas Wentworth Higginson, 25 April 1862
  • South winds jostle them
  • Of all the sounds despatched abroad
  • There came a day at summer's full
  • from Lippincott's magazine.
  • "Miss Grief"
  • Constance Fenimore Woolson
  • from Men, women, and ghosts.
  • The tenth of January
  • from Harper's monthly magazine.
  • The stone woman of Eastern Point
  • Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (Ward)
  • from Life among the Piutes.
  • First meeting of Piutes and Whites
  • from The Widder Doodle's courtship, and other sketches.
  • Domestic and social moralities
  • Sarah Winnemucca (Thocmetony)
  • from Century magazine.
  • The fate of a voice
  • from Century magazine.
  • Pictures of the Far West
  • I Looking for camp
  • II The coming of winter
  • from Century magazine.
  • Pictures of the Far West
  • A pleasure exertion
  • III The sheriff's posse
  • May Hallock Foote
  • from Harper's monthly magazine.
  • An ex-brigadier
  • Sarah Barnwell Elliott
  • from The poems of Emma Lazarus.
  • Echoes
  • The guardian of the red disk
  • The new colossus
  • The new Ezekiel
  • Marietta Holley ("Josiah Allen's wife")
  • The South
  • Emma Lazarus
  • from Play-days : a book of stories for children.
  • Woodchucks
  • from Atlantic monthly.
  • The town poor
  • from A native of Winby and other tales.
  • The passing of Sister Barsett
  • Sarah Orne Jewett
  • from Culture and cooking; or, Art in the kitchen.
  • Warming over
  • Sauces
  • On some table prejudices
  • Catherine Owen (Helen Alice Matthews Nitsch)
  • from Poems.
  • October
  • Helen Hunt Jackson
  • from Atlantic monthly.
  • Blind Tom
  • from Atlantic monthly.
  • A faded leaf of history
  • Rebecca Harding Davis
  • from Theophilus and others.
  • Miss Maloney on the Chinese question
  • from the Springfield republican.
  • Sunday afternoon in a poor-house
  • Mary Mapes Dodge
  • from the Independent.
  • Transcendental wild oats
  • Louisa May Alcott
  • from Who would have thought it?.
  • The arrival
  • The little black girl
  • The mysterious big boxes
  • from The squatter and the Don.
  • Miss Emily Dickinson of Amherst
  • The Don's view of the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
  • Maria Amparo Ruiz de Burton
  • from Harper's new monthly magazine.
  • In the Maguerriwock
  • Harriet Prescott Spofford
  • from Our young folks.
  • The sandpiper's nest
  • from Audubon magazine.
  • Woman's heartlessness
  • from The poems of Celia Thaxter.
  • Susan Gilbert Dickinson
  • Alone
  • Remembrance
  • Celia Thaxter
  • from Mac-o-cheek press.
  • The fancy ball
  • from The galaxy.
  • Giving back the flower
  • from A women's poems.
  • An after-poem
  • from the Independent.
  • from Poems.
  • The black princess
  • from The capital.
  • The funeral of a doll
  • The grave at Frankfort
  • from The capital.
  • Faith in fairy-land
  • from Atlantic monthly.
  • A lesson in a picture
  • from Youth's companion.
  • Trumpet flowers
  • Down to sleep
  • from Enchanted castle : and other poems.
  • In the round tower at Cloyne
  • from Child's world ballads and other poems.
  • Confession
  • from the Bookman.
  • Inspiration and poem
  • from Century magazine.
  • A mistake in the bird-market
  • from the Independent.
  • A new Thanksgiving
  • from Sonnets and lyrics.
  • Sarah Morgan Bryan Piatt
  • Poppies on the wheat
  • Crossed threads
  • Two friends
  • from Harper's bazar.
  • Old Woman Magoun
  • Mary Wilkins Freeman
  • from Century magazine.
  • The balcony
  • from Century magazine.
  • The old lady's restoration
  • from Balcony stories.
  • Anne Marie and Jeanne Marie
  • from Vogue.
  • Grace King
  • from A branch of May.
  • August
  • Mid-March
  • from A quiet road.
  • Telling the bees
  • from Spicewood.
  • Drought
  • A war memory
  • from Wild cherry.
  • The story of an hour
  • Emily
  • White flags
  • from Selected poems.
  • A flower of mullein
  • from White April and other poems.
  • Crows
  • Nina
  • White April
  • Lizette Woodworth Reese
  • from Chap-book.
  • from the New Orleans times democrat.
  • The tale of a self-made cat
  • Kate Douglas Wiggin
  • from A voice from the South.
  • The higher education of women
  • Anna Julia Cooper
  • from Colored American magazine.
  • Talma Gordon
  • from Colored American magazine.
  • Bro'r Abr'm Jimson's wedding
  • Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins
  • Lilacs
  • from the American Jewess.
  • The wooing of Rachel Schlipsky
  • Laura Jacobson
  • The yellow wall-paper (manuscript version)
  • Charlotte Perkins (Stetson) Gilman
  • from Happy ending : the collected lyrics of Louise Imogen Guiney.
  • Emily Brontë
  • Hylas
  • London
  • Sanctuary
  • from The complete works of Kate Chopin.
  • Two Irish peasant songs
  • When on the marge of evening
  • Louise Imogen Guiney
  • from The white wampum.
  • Erie waters
  • Marshlands
  • Shadow River, Muskoka
  • from Canadian born.
  • The corn husker
  • Low tide at St. Andrews
  • The storm
  • from Flint and feather.
  • The Indian corn planter
  • from Mother's magazine.
  • The tenas klootchman
  • from The moccasin maker.
  • As it was in the beginning
  • E. Pauline Johnson (Tekahionwake)
  • Kate Chopin
  • from Harper's bazar.
  • Ida Baker Wells-Barnett
  • from The Nebraska of Kate McPhelim Cleary.
  • Dust storm
  • Feet of clay
  • Kate McPhelim Cleary
  • from Mrs. Spring Fragrance.
  • Mrs. Spring Fragrance
  • "Its wavering image"
  • What about the cat?
  • Sui Sin Far (Edith Maud Eaton)
  • from Magnolia leaves.
  • from Atlantic monthly.
  • The basket maker
  • from Atlantic monthly.
  • The walking woman
  • Mary Hunter Austin
  • from Wynema, a child of the forest.
  • Some Indian dishes
  • A conservative
  • Sophia Alice Callahan
  • from The renegade and other stories.
  • Alaska
  • The beast
  • Genendel the pious
  • Martha Wolfenstein
  • from The goodness of St. Rocque.
  • A carnival jangle
  • Sister Josepha
  • Alice Dunbar-Nelson
  • from Harper's monthly magazine.
  • Two converts
  • from Century magazine.
  • The Cherokee
  • The loves of Sakura Jiro and the three headed maid
  • Onoto Watanna (Winnifred Eaton)
  • from Atlantic monthly.
  • The school days of an Indian girl
  • Zitkala-Ša (Gertrude Simmons Bonnin)
  • from Century magazine.
  • The birth of the god of war
  • The vine-leaf
  • Maria Cristina Mena
  • The coming woman
  • The Saxon legend of language
  • Mary Weston Fordham
  • from A red record.
  • History of some cases of rape
Control code
ocm34710760
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
1, 601 pages
Isbn
9780631199861
Lccn
96003113
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o34710760
  • (OCoLC)34710760

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