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Thu Feb 12 22:13:33 2015 UTClccn-no940107790.00Teacher guide. Strand 3. Level 3 /0.761.00John Greenleaf Whittier papers,68505454no 9401077987313563585779Howell, Elizabeth Lloyd 1811-1896lccn-n80034928Whittier, John Greenleaf1807-1892autlccn-no00041882Currier, Thomas Franklin1873-1946edtlccn-n91100505Whittier, Elizabeth1815-1864np-davies, maryDavies, Marynp-lloyd, benjamin frederick$1888 1951Lloyd, Benjamin Frederick1888-1951lccn-n83142970Lloyd, B. E.(Brian Edmund)1929-autnp-fitzgerald, johnFitzgerald, Johnautviaf-289065781Letavet, A. A.edtviaf-202687178Kurlyandskaya, E. B.lccn-no98116372Letavet, August A.autLloyd, Elizabeth1811-1896Records and correspondencePoetryFictionJuvenile worksBiographyTrials, litigation, etcPoets, AmericanLove-lettersSlaveryRadioactive substances--ToxicologyZincThorium--ToxicologyUranium--ToxicologyWitchesAustraliaGold mines and miningVictoriaSoldiersWorld War (1914-1918)Language arts (Primary)MagicCommunicationSocial sciences--Study and teaching (Primary)Massachusetts--SalemCelebritiesPigeonsUnited StatesMassachusetts--DanversMassachusetts--AmesburyBirthdaysChildren and deathFugitive slavesDecedents' estatesSalvationAuthors and publishersDwellingsWomen teachersUnited States--Confederate States of AmericaDeath--Religious aspectsGlory of GodAfrican American teachersIndochinaManagementWomen slavesChildrenChristian lifeMedical careFaithAntislavery movementsCommunitiesSocial sciences--Study and teaching (Elementary)American Civil War (1861-1865)QuakersAmerican poetry--Quaker authorsReading (Primary)American literature1811189618441846185518681886192219391965196719701973198019831986198719881995199820012005200720094423348928.1PS3281ocn012020089ocn012360799ocn020538945ocn017206804ocn428894406ocn464619548ocn018025642ocn804879637ocn804876817ocn474377522ocn460528257364ocn012020089book18460.97Lloyd, ElizabethAn appeal for the bondwoman : to her own sexPoetry151ocn020538945book0.97Lloyd, ElizabethAlbum of original poetry in autograph and newspaper clippings of the published and unpublished poems142ocn017206804book19870.18Lloyd, ElizabethWitch childFictionThe hanging of Goody Glover was worse than anything young Rachel Gray could have imagined. The rope tight around her shriveled throat. The jerking of her twisted limbs. Her two black eyes starting madly-straight at Rachel. The nightmares began soon afterwards. The old witch was dead; Rachel had witnesses her execution. And yet at night the scrawny face of Goody Glover rose up to taunt her and her claw-like fingers closed in a death grip around Rachel's soft neck. Rachel woke up screaming with terror-onlt to feel the spirit of Goody Glover still within her, waiting to torment her again112ocn018025642book19880.19Lloyd, ElizabethWitch daughterFictionThey told her she would hate it there. Everyone hated it there. Crestindown was a cruel place for a young girl of eight to begin a life of servitude as a dusting wench. Especially a young girl like Cathering with her sharp tongue and her fanciful ways. And her secret, shocking legacy81ocn221974843book19980.92Lloyd, B. ETales of the Ten Mile : a gallant life : the story of an old soldierBiography61ocn428894406book20090.26Lloyd, ElizabethFrom walking sticks to wingsJuvenile worksFiction+-+007224389661ocn464619548book20090.26Lloyd, ElizabethPiggyonJuvenile worksFiction+-+290175499632441ocn221164182book19880.06Social themes and language K-7 : primary education social studies resourcesJuvenile works42ocn051845260book18440.21Lloyd, ElizabethWe are seven, or, The little mourner comfortedJuvenile worksPoetry32ocn055106691book18860.89Lloyd, ElizabethLiterature for little folks. Selections from standard authors, and easy lessons in composition32ocn474378654book19220.82Whittier, John GreenleafWhittier's unknown romance; letters to Elizabeth LloydRecords and correspondence31ocn060700902book0.47Letavet, A. AThe toxicology of radioactive substances. (Materialy po toksikologii radioaktivnykh veshchestv)32ocn474377522book19390.82Lloyd, ElizabethElizabeth Lloyd and the Whittiers; a budget of lettersRecords and correspondence21ocn059405370book2001Gordon, DavidTargeting poor health : report of the Welsh Assembly's National Steering Group on the allocation of NHS resources; volume 2: independent report of the research team21ocn690798115book19700.63The toxicology of radioactive substances21ocn220180695book19830.47The Children of Indo China : study including policy recommendations of children leaving Indo-China without their parents21ocn690798120book19700.67The toxicology of radioactive substances21ocn027596382book1988Fitzgerald, JohnTeacher guide. Strand 3. Level 311ocn081900217book16981.00Tym, MarthaThe Respondents caseTrials, litigation, etc11ocn029463890book18550.47Lloyd, ElizabethAn appeal for the bond-woman, to her own sexFollowing the title poem are three unpublished poems: The meeting place; Discouraged because of the way; and Loving and faithful1613ocn002545032book19220.82Whittier, John GreenleafWhittier's unknown romance; letters to Elizabeth LloydRecords and correspondence1403ocn000274492book19390.82Lloyd, ElizabethElizabeth Lloyd and the Whittiers; a budget of lettersRecords and correspondence11ocn867561521mix1.00Whittier, John GreenleafJohn Greenleaf Whittier papersHistoryEssex County, MA poet, Quaker, and abolitionist. Bulk of the collection contains Whittier's correspondence with writers, editors, abolitionists, politicians, and family members. Also included are Whittier manuscripts, financial records, and memorabilia, and Whittier and Johnson family papers+-+0072243896+-+0072243896Fri Feb 13 10:34:03 EST 2015batch13088