|Series||The modern student"s library|
|LC Classifications||PR1346 R4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||543|
During the nineteenth century, the content and institutional organization of the sciences evolved dramatically, altering the public's understanding of knowledge. As science grew in importance, many women of letters tried to incorporate it into a female by: Guidelines for writing 19th century letters. Letters are written on small, folded pieces of plain white, blue, or blue-lined paper. Paper sizes can be foolscap or smaller. Don’t use standard 81/2” by 11” paper without first folding or cutting it down. The paper should be folded into a sort of “booklet” unless you are writing onFile Size: 14KB. 3. Name and Address: Letters and Mass Mailing in Nineteenth Century America, David Henkin 4. Paper Evidence: Handwriting, Print, Letters, and the Law, Christopher A. Hunter 5. Nineteenth-Century American Science and the Decline of Letters, Robin Vandome 6. The Means and the End: Letters and the Work of History, Alea Henle 7. The Letterbook of Eliza Lucas Pinckney, (Women's Diaries & Letters of the Nineteenth-Century South) [Pinckney, Elise, Zahniser, Marvin R., Pinckney, Elise] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Letterbook of Eliza Lucas Pinckney, (Women's Diaries & Letters of the Nineteenth-Century South)Cited by:
Using a variety of historical sources, Richard H. Brodhead reconstructs the institutionalized literary worlds that coexisted in nineteenth-century America: the middle-class domestic culture of letters, the culture of mass-produced cheap reading, the militantly hierarchical high culture of post-emancipation black education/5. 19th Century Girls’ Series, a site maintained by noted series-book expert Deidre you’ll find more information on Jacob Abbott and Sophie May, selections from 19th-century series books, a section on Edward Stratemeyer (Johnson is the author of Stratemeyer Pseudonyms and Series Books, a basic reference in the field), and the text of one of the few dime novels written . These letters were written by labor activist, reformer, and entrepreneur Sarah Bagley in and to Angelique Martin, a prominent reformer and champion of women's rights. Bagley advocated on behalf of the young female workers employed in textile mills in Lowell, Massachusetts, and elsewhere in New England and was also involved in. Nineteenth century letters. New York, Chicago [etc.] C. Scribners Sons [©] (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Byron J Rees.
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