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A New England Girlhood is the autobiography of poet Lucy Larcom. Lucy Larcom (1824-1893) was an American poet Her relatives live in the Greater Boston area, Tampa area, and Orange County, California.
A New England Girlhood is the autobiography of poet Lucy Larcom. Arriving in Lowell, Massachusetts. Lucy Larcom (1824-1893) was an American poet. Larcom was the ninth of ten children. Her relatives live in the Greater Boston area, Tampa area, and Orange County, California.
A New England Girlhood has been added to your Cart. To begin, Lucy Larcom's prose is perhaps some of the most eloquent and beautiful from her time. As an author and a person who loves books, I found Lucy Larcom's unpretentious telling of her childhood fascinating. Without question, she ranks up with Emerson and Fuller. That being said, Book Jungle is perhaps one of the worst publishers I have come across. I feel like she took me back to her era and let me look over her shoulder. I would recommend this book to someone who loves history and learning about everyday life during the heyday of the mills in Lowell MA.
Lucy Larcom was an American poet, teacher, and mil-worker Lucy's sunny personality makes this book a very uplifting and interesting read.
Lucy Larcom was an American poet, teacher, and mil-worker. This is her colorful autobiography. Here, she tells about her happy childhood, and her time working in the mill. Along the way, she speaks about topics like morality, independence, love and loss inside a family, a strong belief in god, and the effects of being poor. Fans of Gene Stratton Porter, Fanny Fern and Susan Warner, and Ella Wheeler Wilcox will be delighted with this book
A New England Girlhood, 1889. An Idyll of Work (1875)
A woman of the century". Larcom was inclined to write on religious themes, and made two volumes of compilations from the world's great religious thinkers, Breathings of the Better Life (Boston, 1866) and Beckonings (Boston. A New England Girlhood, 1889. An Idyll of Work (1875). Among Lowell Mill-Girls: A Reminiscence", Atlantic Monthly (November 1881).
Larcom, Lucy, 1824-1893. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Up and down the lane. Schoolroom and meeting-house. Mill-girls' magazines. Reading and studying. From the Merrimack to the Mississippi. MoreLess Show More Show Less.
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A New England Girlhood" is the autobiography of poet Lucy Larcom. Arriving in Lowell, Massachusetts, in the 1830s after the death of her shipmaster father, eleven-year-old Lucy Larcom went to work in a textile mill to help her family make ends meet.