Extractions: QScholars: Faculty Research from Southern California CHRISTOPHER LOOBY, Professor of English, UCLA "A TALENT FOR THE DISAGREEABLE": ELIZABETH STODDARD'S PERVERSITY 4:00 pm, 355 Kinsey Hall. Thursday, October 11, 2001 Cosponsored by the Center for the Study of Women and the department of English submitted by Tammy Ho (firstname.lastname@example.org) Friday, October 12, 2001. 279 Haines Hall. Noon - 1:30 PM Professor Stacey will also participate in an ethnography lunch workshop with graduate students immediately following the talk (1:30 PM, 215 Haines Hall). Please RSVP (email@example.com) for the workshop. Co-sponsored by Ethnographies, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies Program, and the Graduate Student Association. submitted by Tammy Ho (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Our Young Folks Author Index Elizabeth Stoddard (18231902) Boy and Bear 72.5.275-277. Richard Henry Stoddard(1825-1903) Bird-Catching /p 67.8.461; My Heavenly Bird /p 65.3.177. http://www.merrycoz.org/folks/index/AUTHOR.HTM
Extractions: Our Young Folks published works by almost every nineteenth-century writer for children, from Sophie May to Harriet Beecher Stowe; it also featured fine engravings, including a handful by Winslow Homer. While the periodical's run ended in 1873, because my interest is only in works through 1872, the last year is not indexed here. Alphabetized by author's real name (where known); use control-F to search for pseudonym. Author's birth/death dates appear after the name; titles are in alphabetical order. Number after each title is made up of the following: year.month.pages. For pieces of music, listed author wrote the words to the song. For engravings, "drawn by" is the one given credit, except in the case of Landseer and of Frederick Church. KEY: /chromo = chromolithograph; /e = engraving; /p = piece is a poem; /s = piece is music
Robert Merry S Museum Author Index WBB Stevens, Declamation /i 72. Stockport paper, Sagacity of a Cat 43.Elizabeth Stoddard (18231902) as Mrs. RH Stoddard, Baby Song, A /p 60. http://www.merrycoz.org/museum/index/AUTHOR.HTM
Extractions: The Museum featured works by almost every nineteenth-century writer for children, from Jacob Abbott to Sophie May; it also excerpted works for adults, among them Herman Melville. Especially during 1857-1867, the magazine printed pieces written by its subscribers: some adults, many not. Alphabetized by author's real name (where known); use control-F to search for pseudonym. Except for Melville, ONLY SIGNED PIECES ARE LISTED HERE. Author's birth/death dates appear after the name; pseudonyms are listed just before titles, which are in alphabetical order. Number after each title is the year the piece was printed. Authors who were subscribers are marked with an asterisk (*). For page numbers, see " By title ". Some works are transcribed at this site KEY: /i = illustrated piece; /p = piece is a poem; /s = piece is a song, with music
IHX Manuscripts AC Wilson Barstow to his sister, Elizabeth Drew Barstow Stoddard (18231902),and her husband, Richard Henry Stoddard (1825-1902). http://gateway.library.uiuc.edu/ihx/col_info-abc.htm
Extractions: Home C ollection Information A-C A ADAMS , CHARLES. JOURNAL, 1884-87. 1 item. Charles Adams was a taxidermist from Toulon, Ill. He took a trip around the world in 1884-87 to collect specimens and resided for a period of time in Auckland, New Zealand, and Singapore, where he practiced taxidermy. The journal is a 160-page account of this journey. Adams later prepared a taxidermy exhibit for the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition. Adams's nephew, Clifford Love of Philo, Ill., loaned the journal to the Survey for copying in 1974. ALLEN FAMILY. PAPERS, 1803-1913. .5 cu.ft. According to the recollections of Charles and Robert Allen, descendants of the Allen family, two Allen brothers came to Virginia from Northern Ireland during the mid-eighteenth century. They settled for a time in Virginia, and their descendants later moved to Kentucky. Charles and Robert's grandfather, Joseph, left Kentucky and settled in Indiana. One of Joseph Allen's sons, Artemus Ward Allen, served in the 73rd and in the 149th Ind. Vol. Inf. during the Civil War. Another son, Ezra Fiske Allen, was a teacher in Indiana and became a professor of mathematics at Eastern Illinois State Normal School in Charleston, Ill. Joseph Newton Allen, a third son, was an educator in Kansas. He later became involved with real estate in Indian Territory (Oklahoma). This collection contains papers and correspondence of the Allen family from 1803 to 1913. The correspondence includes five Civil War letters of Artemus Ward Allen and one from G. C. Smith, a doctor with the 43rd Indiana. These letters contain comments on life in the Army, Gens. McClellan and Halleck, and the Emancipation Proclamation. There are also several letters and documents about the educational career of Ezra Fiske Allen as well as letters of Florence and Lucy Allen. The collection also includes letters from Joseph Newton Allen recounting his activities in the Indian Territory. In addition there are legal documents concerning land transactions in Kentucky and Indiana, and a note of Dec. 31, 1844, signed by the heirs of Joseph and Frances Allen regarding the sale of slaves.
RBML Collections: Stedman, Edmund Clarence, 1833-1908. C. (Elizabeth Clementine), 18101889.; Stoddard, Elizabeth, 1823-1902.; Stoddard,Richard Henry, 1825-1903.; Taylor, Bayard, 1825-1878.; Underhill, Edward F. http://www.columbia.edu/cu/libraries/inside/projects/findingaids/rbml_collection
Extractions: Columbia University Rare Books and Manuscript Library - Manuscript and Archival Collections Creator: Stedman, Edmund Clarence, 1833-1908. Title: Papers,1840-1960. Physical Description: Call Number: Location: Columbia University.Rare Book and Manuscript Library, New York, NY. Subjects: American poet, anthologist, stockbroker, Civil War journalist. Personal and professional papers of Stedman, including correspondence, letter books, diaries, poetry manuscripts, scrapbooks, photographs, and genealogical materials for the Stedman and Dodge families. Correspondence and manuscripts of his mother, Elizabeth Clementine Dodge Stedman Kinney (1810-1889), poet and diarist, and of his granddaughter, Laura Stedman Gould (1881-1941), author and editor. Also, editions of Stedman's LIBRARY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE including printed materials relating to the marketing; and an album of Civil War photographs by Mathew Brady, inscribed by the photographer to Laura H.W. Stedman as well as additional loose photographs by Brady. 1991 addition: Manuscript drafts and notecards for Edward M. Williams' "The Constructive Art", a study of Stedman's literary criticism.
INDEX Stoddard. Elizabeth (MF) (HR) (1868 ) Elizabeth (MF) (HR) (1868- ) Elizabeth (MF)(HR MF) (HR) (1904-1904) Catharine Augusta (MF) (1823-1902) Edward Britton http://www.soydescendants.com/CaptJohn/fowndx5.htm
Genealogy Data 18231902 Gender Female. Children Father Weems, James Dr. Mother Stoddard, SarahParker. Weems, Elizabeth Birth 1797 NEAR BALTIMORE, MD Death WFT Est. http://home.twmi.rr.com/petemcl/genealogy/dat3.html
Extractions: Stories Bookmark This Page Washington Irving (1783-1859) John Polidori (1795-1821) Mary Shelley (1797-1851) Honore de Balzac (1799-1850) Lydia Maria Child (1802-1880) Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804-1864) Nikolai Gogol (1809-1852) Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell (1810-1865) Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896) Charles Dickens (1812-1870) Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu (1814-1873) Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (1815-1852) Thomas Bangs Thorpe (1815-1878) Ivan Turgenev (1818-1883) George Eliot [Mary Anne Evans] (1819-1880)
Project Gutenberg Titles LW (Leonard William), 18691919 Legends of the Jews, The, by Ginzberg, Louis, 1873-1953Lemorne Versus Huell, by Stoddard, Elizabeth, 1823-1902 Leopard Man s http://www.ncsu.edu/it/open_source/pg-titles.html
Language And Literature Stoddard, Elizabeth, 18231902. Elizabeth Stoddard stories / Boston Northeastern University Press, c2003. PS2934.S3 A6 2003 ACN-3698. http://www.tnstate.edu/library/newbooks/literature.htm
LoudFrog LW (Leonard William), 18691919 Legends of the Jews, The, by Ginzberg, Louis, 1873-1953Lemorne Versus Huell, by Stoddard, Elizabeth, 1823-1902 Leopard Man`s http://www.loudfrog.com/itemdetail.asp?detailID=4947
IPL Online Literary Criticism Collection To the lobby of the Internet Public Library. Online Literary CriticismCollection. Elizabeth Stoddard (1823 1902). Nationality Periods http://www.ipl.org.ar/cgi-bin/ref/litcrit/litcrit.out.pl?au=sto-619
Elizabeth Stoddard: Poems An index of poems by Elizabeth Stoddard. Stoddard, Elizabeth. Born in Mattapoisett, Massachusetts, May 6, 1823; died in New York City, August 1, 1902. Mrs. Stoddard wife of Richard Henry Stoddard, the poet, and their home http://www.poetry-archive.com/s/stoddard_elizabeth.html
Extractions: POEMS BY ELIZABETH STODDARD: STODDARD, ELIZABETH . Born in Mattapoisett, Massachusetts, May 6, 1823; died in New York City, August 1, 1902. Mrs. Stoddard was the wife of Richard Henry Stoddard, the poet, and their home in New York was for many years a center for the literary life of the city. Mrs. Stoddard was a frequent contributor of poetry to the magazines and wrote several novels. Her complete poems were issued in 1895. This biographical note is reprinted from The Little Book of American Poets: 1787-1900 . Ed. Jessie B. Rittenhouse. Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1915. RELATED WEBSITES BROWSE THE POETRY ARCHIVE: A B C D ... Email Poetry-Archive.com
Literary Encyclopedia: Stoddard, Elizabeth Stoddard, Elizabeth. (1823 1902). www.LitEncyc.com. Domain Literature.Novelist, Poet. Active 1843 - 1902 in USA, North America. http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=4239
About -Arts & Entertainment About arts and literature. Get hot news, helpful advice, key links, and invaluable perspective from our expert human Guides. http://www.about.com/arts/hubsearch.htm?terms=Elizabeth Drew Stoddard&SUName
Literary Encyclopedia: List People (S) 1843 1909. Stoddard, Elizabeth (Stoddard, Elizabeth ). 1823 - 1902.Stoddard, Richard Henry (Stoddard, Richard Henry ). 1825 - 1903. http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?no=375&golist=true&init=S
Lemorne Versus Huell By Elizabeth Drew Stoddard Logo Link to Home Page, Short Story Classics. Elizabeth Drew Stoddard1823-1902. Lemorne Versus Huell. by Elizabeth Drew Stoddard. http://www.angeltowns.com/members/shortstories/stoddardlemorne.html
Extractions: Elizabeth Drew Stoddard Lemorne Versus Huell by Elizabeth Drew Stoddard "She wants hot milk," said James, "and the man has just come." I laid my bonnet down, and went to the kitchen. Saluting the cook, who was an old acquaintance, and who told me that the "divil" had been in the range that morning, I took a pan, into which I poured some milk, and held it over the gaslight till it was hot; then I carried it up to Aunt Eliza. "Here is your milk, Aunt Eliza. You have sent for me to help you, and I begin with the earliest opportunity." "I looked for you an hour ago. Ring the bell." I rang it. "Your mother is well, I suppose. She would have sent you, though, had she been sick in bed." "She has done so. She thinks better of my coming than I do." The housekeeper, Mrs. Roll, came in, and Aunt Eliza politely requested her to have breakfast for her niece as soon as possible. "I do not go down of mornings yet," said Aunt Eliza, "but Mrs. Roll presides. See that the coffee is good, Roll." "It is good generally, Miss Huell."