4 edition of HarpWeek found in the catalog.
Provides a searchable index to the content of Harper"s weekly, beginning with 1857 issues, intended to provide scholarly access to historians of the 19th century. Provides access to the illustrations, cartoons, news, literature, editorials, and advertisements via controlled thesauri, as well as full-text search capability, and scanned images of each issue. The index will be updated periodically to reflect new information
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The journal supplemented its military content with the standard fare of poems, short stories, and book reviews. It was the multi-talented editor, Henry Coppée, who made the United States Service Magazine such a compelling and engaging Civil War periodical. Please submit questions to [email protected] Harper's Weekly was a leading national weekly during the second half of the nineteenth-century, providing information and insights on political, military and social issues and events prior to and during the Civil War. HarpWeek includes news, editorials, stories, illustrations, book reviews, serialized novels, advertising and maps from the weekly.
Revising her classic book Harps and Harpists, Roslyn Rensch expands her authoritative history of this timeless instrument. This lavishly illustrated edition, with black-and-white images and 24 color plates, surveys the progress of the harp from antiquity to the present day. The new edition includes two new chapters; an extensive bibliography and index; personal anecdotes of the author. Awarded the Robert F. Kennedy Book Award for Race, Crime, and the Law, Mr. Kennedy writes for a wide range of scholarly and general interest publications, and sits on the editorial boards of The Nation, Dissent, and The American Prospect. A member of the American Law Institute, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the American.
The master carpenter who superintended the erection of the gentleman’s dwelling turned up six months later as a book agent, and offered to sell a "complete history of the world for the small sum of ten dollars and fifty cents." When next he appeared on the scene it was as owner of a fruit tree nursery. The United States presidential election, the 20th quadrennial presidential election, was held on Tuesday, November 8, In the midst of the American Civil War, incumbent President Abraham Lincoln of the National Union Party easily defeated the Democratic nominee, former General George B. McClellan, by a wide margin of –21 in the electoral college, with 55% of the popular t: % pp.
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Nyear old James Harper and his year old brother, John, set up a small printing firm in New York City called J. & J. Harper. Joined later by their younger brothers, Joseph Wesley and Fletcher, the firm became the largest book publisher in the United States by Sources consulted: William DeGregorio, The Complete Book of U.S.
Presidents; Alexander Clarence Flick, Samuel Jones Tilden: A Study in Political Sagacity; Eric Foner, Reconstruction; Harper’s Weekly via HarpWeek; Ari Hoogenboom, The Presidency of Rutherford B.
Hayes; David Jordon, Roscoe Conkling of New York; Keith Ian Polakoff, The Politics. With more than a thousand synopses, HarpWeek provides summaries of every piece of prose in Harper’s Weekly. In addition, a literary genre index allows the user to find such items as "humorous tales" or "patriotic verse." Another plus are the more than book reviews that can be readily referenced.
Complete HarpWeek Biography: Youth and Early Political Career. Theodore Roosevelt was the 26 th president of the United States (), having previously served as assistant secretary of the Navy (), governor of New York (), and vice president ().
Descended from a wealthy, old-line Dutch family, he was the son of Martha “Mittie” Bulloch Roosevelt of Georgia and. This book will clearly last my lifetime. I'm a beginning harp student studying with a couple of Mel Bay books and with Diana Rowan ()via Skype.
I asked her about this book and she recommended it, and all (as in, %) of the Amazon reviews I read also recommended it, and here I am and I'm recommending it too. This is not a harmonica instruction book as some of the other reviews stated.
This is a handbook badly in need HarpWeek book revision (). An example of a good harmonica HarpWeek book book is most anything by Gindick, Barrett, Portnoy, or Gelling (my favorite).
The instruction book by Charlie McCoy is also HarpWeek book a gander/5(8). The HarpWeek Database consists of the pages of Harper's Weekly, scanned as images, together with a series of interactive indexes.
It contains many images by Winslow Homer, Thomas Nast, and Mathew Brady. Literature in the database is searchable by title, author and literary genre.
In addition, o advertisements, categorized by topic and. Get this from a library. HarpWeek. [HarpWeek, LLC.;] -- Provides a searchable index to the content of Harper's weekly, beginning with issues, intended to provide scholarly access to historians of the 19th century.
Provides access to the. Complete Explanation: An anti-Catholic cartoon, reflecting the nativist perception of the threat posed by the Roman Church's influence in the United States through Irish immigration and Catholic education.
The "Propagation Society" is probably the Catholic proselytizing. Smith's book "The Life and Writings of Major Jack Downing of Downingville" was first published in in Boston. The print shows Downing seated writing at a table, with a copy of the "Daily Courier" by his arm.
A portrait of Andrew Jackson hangs on the wall behind him. Please submit questions to [email protected] Printed serially beginning in Junethe novel first appeared in book form in The artist has concocted a chaotic, nightmarish vision, where armies of demons and other monsters battle in a barren, desert setting reminiscent of the infernal visions of Hieronymus Bosch and Jacques Callot.
Complete HarpWeek Explanation: “The Death-Bed Marriage” of Greeley’s Liberal-Republicanism to “The Daughter of Democracy” took place at the Democratic National Convention in Baltimore on Jand was duly celebrated in this grim me Republican Horace Greeley kneels to take, for better or worse, the moribund hand of the Democratic Party, which has nominated.
Harper's Weekly, Volume 29 John Bonner, George William Curtis, Henry Mills Alden, Samuel Stillman Conant, Montgomery Schuyler, John Foord, Richard Harding Davis, Carl Schurz, Henry Loomis Nelson, John Kendrick Bangs, George Brinton McClellan Harvey, Norman Hapgood Full view - The chest has inside its lid a picture of the Capitol.
The foremost officer, a surprisingly young-looking Andrew Jackson, holds up the Treaty of Behind him a gentleman holds forth a bag of money, a sailor waves his cap, and an armed citizen stands by.
Near the chest is a. This dismal picture of the lives of the working class in manufacturing towns comes from Chapter V, Book Second, of Edward Lytton Bulwer's "England and the English," first published in In the lower margin is a portrait of "[George] Thompson the English Anti-Slavery Agitator" and the quote "I am proud to boast that Slavery does not breathe.
HarpWeek offers free on-line access to the index of the advertisements found in Harper's Weekly () to registered users. Links to the HarpWeek database that can be searched in full-text as well as in a thesaurus-based index broken down by subject, illustrations, literature &.
Old Jack, the famous New Orleans mouser, clearing Uncle Sam's Barn of Bank and Clay Rats; Click for image enlargement A rare pro-Jackson satire on the President's campaign to destroy the political power and influence of the Bank of the United States.
Connect to Resource. Digitized images of Harper’s Weekly, the leading illustrated American periodical of the last half of the nineteenth can browse issues by date, search the index, search for the full text of articles, browse literature by genre, or find people by their cccupation or role in society.
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It was founded in May in Alexandria, Virginia, by Stephen Rhind-Tutt (President), Janice Cronin (CFO), and Eileen Lawrence (Vice President, Sales and Marketing).As of Januarythe company had grown to more than employees with offices in the United States, Australia, Brazil, China, and the United arters: Alexandria, Virginia, United States.
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For more information on plagiarism, copyrights, and citing.Harpweek is an archival site that includes every issue of the famous weekly published by Harper’s between (when it originated) andas well as useful essays that provide historical and biographical context. The site is still under construction, but much of the archive is complete.
All issues up to are now included.HarpWeek offers free on-line access to the index of the advertisements found in Harper's Weekly () to registered users. Links to the HarpWeek database that can be searched in full-text as well as in a thesaurus-based index broken down by subject, illustrations, literature & publishing, and advertising.