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Fri Mar 21 17:15:20 2014 UTClccn-n879182840.00Emily Dickinson's home. Letters of Edward Dickinson and his family /0.541.00Emily Dickinson's father as a shaping influence in her poetry75094787Edward_Dickinsonn 879182842170336lccn-n79054166Dickinson, Emily1830-1886lccn-nr92011516Bingham, Millicent Todd1880-1968lccn-sh85037681Dickinson familylccn-n87918283Dickinson, Emily Norcross1804-1882lccn-n82245936Pollak, Vivian R.lccn-nr92017586Dickinson, Lavinia Norcross1833-1899lccn-n83194194Dickinson, Austin-1895np-balderston, jean merrill$1936Balderston, Jean Merrill1936-lccn-n98075304Dickinson, Susan Huntington1830-1913lccn-n85367689Hoar, Samuel1778-1856Dickinson, Edward1803-1874Records and correspondenceBiographyPortraitsHymnsPoetryCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryFictionDickinson, Edward,Dickinson, Emily,Massachusetts--AmherstFamiliesEnglish poetryPoets, AmericanHomesIntellectual lifeDickinson familyDickinson, Emily Norcross,Poets, American--Family relationshipsLove-lettersHymns, EnglishCowper, William,Devotional poetryReligious poetry, EnglishFore-edge paintingPoets, EnglishAnthemsHaresChristian poetry, EnglishChantsPoems (Cowper, William)BaptistsMiniature booksElectionsUnited StatesPolitical scienceMassachusettsTune-booksAmherst Academy (Amherst, Mass.)Dickinson, Lavinia Norcross,Dickinson, Austin,Dickinson, Susan Huntington,BookbindingPoetryMassachusetts--ConcordNew EnglandTodd, Mabel Loomis,Bingham, Millicent Todd,Amherst CollegeBowles, Samuel,Hoar, Samuel,Higginson, Thomas Wentworth,Solar eclipsesSchiff, Jacob H.--(Jacob Henry),Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Manners and customsAllen, Hervey,Childbirth1803187418091820184018411848185418551858188719551961196719681969198819891990200015162637BPR33803803ocn017354308book19880.73Dickinson, Emily NorcrossA poet's parents : the courtship letters of Emily Norcross and Edward DickinsonBiographyRecords and correspondenceThis volume presents a collection of the courtship letters exchanged between American poet Emily Dickinson's (1830-1886) future parents. Through the letters, readers are able to get a feel for the issues that were vital to the lives of Emily's parents and therefore became an influence to Emily's subsequent development. In her introduction, the editor places the letters within the context of nineteenth-century American society and argues that the poet's disturbed relationship with her mother forms part of a larger pattern that is exhibited in Emily's future artistic works11ocn053705892mix0.47Dickinson, EmilyEmily Dickinson collectionThe correspondence includes letters to and/or from Samuel Bowles, Charles H. Clark, Edward Dickinson, Lavinia Dickinson, Austin Dickinson, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Otis Phillips Lord, Mabel Loomis Todd and Sarah Eliza Sigourney Tuckerman (Mrs. Edward Tuckerman)11ocn612615666score18580.86Park, Edwards AmasaThe Sabbath hymn and tune book : for the service of song in the house of the LordHymns11ocn162143683book1.00Dickinson familyDickinson family papersFamily papers of the American poet, Emily Dickinson11ocn070815211book18550.47Dickinson, EdwardAutograph letter signed Edw. Dickinson to: Mr. Lucas [?]11ocn612849638book18541.00United StatesJournal of the House of Representatives of the United States : being the second session of the thirty-third Congress, begun and held at the city of Washington, December 4, 1854 : and in the seventy-ninth year of the independence of the United States11ocn612762160book18200.98Porter, JaneThaddeus of Warsaw : complete in one volumeHistoryFiction11ocn612859928book1.00Dickinson familyDickinson family papersVII. Root Family papers, 1830-1884. Abiah Root was the daughter of Deacon Harvey Root of West Springfield (Feeding Hills, Mass.). She attended Amherst Academy (Amherst, Mass.) for only one year (1843-1844), where she met Emily Dickinson (1839-1886) and then transferred to Miss Margaret Campbell's school in Springfield (Mass.). The bulk of this series consists of correspondence between Root family members11ocn612639538book18090.88Cowper, WilliamPoemsCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryPortraits11ocn007166734book0.47G. & C. Merriam Company[Letters from Amherst, Mass., correspondents]11037ocn000271347book19550.47Bingham, Millicent ToddEmily Dickinson's home; letters of Edward Dickinson and his familyBiographyRecords and correspondence71ocn437997366book18540.76Who shall be the next representative in Congress, from the 10th District42ocn037334438book19680.86Balderston, Jean MerrillThe Edward Dickinsons of Amherst--a family analysisTen recommendations are made to researchers wishing to incorporate these amplified family development procedures in family analytic studies using literary and historical family materials22ocn027216130mix19890.10Gross, Robert ASquire Dickinson and Squire HoarHistory11ocn020160995book19691.00Hubert, Thomas HadawayEmily Dickinson's father as a shaping influence in her poetryCriticism, interpretation, etc12ocn702153550mix1.00Todd, Mabel LoomisMabel Loomis Todd papersHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcDesigns and plansThe papers consist of correspondence, notebooks, diaries, lectures, financial records, scrapbooks, subject files, and memorabilia documenting the personal life and professional career of Mabel Loomis Todd. Correspondence and diaries detail Todd's personal attitudes and feelings toward her family, her relationship with William Austin Dickinson, her travels with her husband, David Peck Todd, and other matters. Legal and financial papers document court battles over her status as editor of Emily Dickinson's work. Lectures and subject files detail much of Mrs. Todd's work as a speaker and author, including material on Emily Dickinson and David Peck Todd's eclipse expeditions11ocn702172887mix1.00Hooker, RichardRichard Hooker papers relating to the Dickinson family and Samuel BowlesThe collection includes letters related to the Dickinson family and Samuel Bowles. There are letters from Emily, Edward, Susan and Austin Dickinson to Bowles, a family friend and editor of the Springfield Republican. There is a note from Richard Hooker regarding a letter from Maria Whitney to an unidentified third party11ocn084446824visu18481.00[The Dickinson family]PortraitsSubject: Silhouette of the Dickinson family including Emily Norcross Dickinson, Edward Dickinson, and their children: Emily (the poet), Austin and Lavinia. Reportedly cut at Mt. Holyoke Female Seminary11ocn009156229book19611.00Veach, Jessie AliceThe central flint: a consideration of Edward Dickinson as the crucial influence in the development of the poet, Emily Dickinson11ocn752978288book19670.47Bingham, Millicent ToddEmily Dickinson's home; the years as revealed in family correspondence and reminiscences. With documentation and comment by Millicent Todd Bingham11ocn035862433book1.00[Edward Dickinson]11ocn079181250visu18401.00Bullard, O. A[Edward Dickinson]PortraitsSubject: Frontal bust portrait of Edward Dickinson (1803-1874), father of the poet, Emily Dickinson11ocn749456479art18870.10Lanman, CharlesDickinson, EdwardBiographyRegisters11ocn128329127art20000.10Middlebury CollegeEdward Dickinson11ocn701794879book18410.47Amherst Academy (Amherst, Mass.)Catalogue of the trustees, instructors, and students of Amherst Academy : for the year ending July 1841CatalogsRegisters01ocn315893039book1955Dickinson, EdwardEmily Dickinson's home. Letters of Edward Dickinson and his familyRecords and correspondenceFri Mar 21 15:29:43 EDT 2014batch14823