Lydia Maria Child

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Nativitas: 11 Februarii 1802; Medford
Obitus: 20 Octobris 1880; Wayland
Patria: Civitates Foederatae Americae
Nomen nativum: Lydia Maria Francis

Officium

Munus: mythistoricus, Poëta, diurnarius, Scriptor, geologist

Familia

Coniunx: David Lee Child

Memoria

Laurae: National Women's Hall of Fame
Lydia Maria Child. Caelatura, 1882.
Lydia Maria Child librum anno 1870 legit.
Pagina titularis Hobomok (1824).

Lydia Maria Francis Child (nata Lydia Maria Francis 11 Februarii 180220 Octobris 1880), fuit abolitionista, agitator iurum mulierum, adversaria expansionismi Americani, agitator iurum Indorum, scriptrix mythistoriarum, et diurnaria Americana. Cuius diaria, opera fictionis, et enchiridia domestica ab 1824 ad fere 1860 vulgo legebantur. Lectores aliquando percussit, quia in nonnullis ex suis fabulis dominium marum et dominatum alborum tractare conata est.

Contra has difficultates, Child fortasse melius colitur ob poema "Over the River and Through the Wood," de festo gratiarum agendarum. Domus sui avi, de qua visitata scripsit, ab Universitate Tuftensi anno 1976 refecta, in Via Meridiana Medfordiae prope Flumen Mystic in Massachusetta exstat.

Opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Hobomok: A Tale of Early Times. 1824 
  • The Rebels, or Boston before the Revolution (1825). 1850 ed.
  • Juvenile Miscellany (editor, 1826–1834)
  • The First Settlers of New England. 1828 
  • The Indian Wife. 1828 
  • The American Frugal Housewife (1829; ed. 33a 1855)
  • The Mother's Book (1831) (1831)
  • Coronal. 1931 , congeries versuum
  • The Ladies' Family Library, series biographiarum (5 vol., 1832–1835)
  • The Girl's Own Book. 1833 
    • The Girl's Own Book; nova ed., ed. Mrs. R. Valentine [Laura Valentine]. Londinii: William Tegg, 1863
  • Child, Lydia Maria (1833). An Appeal on Behalf of That Class of Americans Called Africans. Boston: Allen & Ticknor 
  • The Oasis. 1834 
  • Philothea. 1836 , mythistoria de Graecia antiqua tempore Periclis
  • The Family Nurse. 1837 
  • The Liberty Bell. 1842 
  • Slavery's Pleasant Homes: A Faithful Sketch. 1843 , fabula brevis
  • Letters from New York, ad Boston Courier missae (2 vols., 1843–1845)
  • "A Boy's Thanksgiving Day," poema, 1844
  • Flowers for Children (3 vols., 1844–1846)
  • Fact and Fiction. 1846 
  • Rose Marian and the Flower Fairies. 1850 
  • The Power of Kindness. Philadelphiae Pennsylvaniae. 1851 
  • The Progress of Religious Ideas through Successive Ages (3 vol., Novi Eboraci, 1855)
  • Isaac T. Hopper: A True Life. 1853 
  • Autumnal Leaves. 1857 
  • Looking Toward Sunset. 1864 
  • The Freedmen's Book. 1865 
  • A Romance of the Republic. 1867 
  • An appeal for the Indians. 1868 
  • Aspirations of the World. 1878 
  • Volumen epistularum, praefatione a Ioanne Greenleaf Whittier scripta, et appendice a Wendell Phillips scripto; opus postumum (Bostoniae, 1882)

Nexus interni

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Baer, Helene Gilbert. 1964. The Heart is Like Heaven: the life of Lydia Maria Child. University of Pennsylvania Press.
  • Child, Lydia Maria. A Boy's Thanksgiving Day. In Women's History: Poems by Women, ed. Jone Johnson Lewis
  • Harrold, Stanley. 2001. American Abolitionists. Essex Angliae: Pearson Education Limited.
  • Karcher, Carolyn L. 1994. The First Woman in the Republic: A Cultural Biography of Lydia Maria Child. Durham: Duke University Press.
  • Salerno, Beth A. 2005. Sister Societies: Women’s Antislavery Societies in Antebellum America. DeKalb Illinoesiae: Northern Illinois University Press.
  • Teets-Parzynski, Catherine. Child, Lydia Maria Francis. American National Biography Online.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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