Reading Your Way Through History

May 21, 2006

19th Century AD – 1800-1860

Filed under: S 19th Century — Alicia @ 1:10 am

"Letter from Benjamin Rush to John Adams", July 20, 1811, OSH pgs. 29-30

Downright Dency by Caroline Dale Snedeker (early 1800s)

The Charlotte Years (Little House Series) by Melissa Wiley

Cleared for Action by Stephen Meader (1812)

"The Miracle of Bordeaux, France", EM 171-178 (1822)

“Beethoven’s Triumph”, MC pgs. 336-339 (Ludwig van Beethoven 1770-1827)

St. Catherine Laboure and the Miraculous Medal by Alma Power-Waters

The Miraculous Medal: The Story of Our Lady’s Apparitions to St. Catherine Laboure by Mary Fabyan Windeatt (1830)

They Loved to Laugh by Kathryn Worth (1830s)

“Justice for Ireland”, Daniel O’Connell, February 4, 1836, House of Commons

Hokusai: The Man Who Painted a Mountain by Deborah Kogan Ray (Hokusai, Japan, 1760-1849)

Pauline Jaricot: Foundress of the Living Rosary and the Society for the Propagation of the Faith by Mary Fabyan Windeatt (1799-1862)

The Miraculous Medal by Mary Fabyan Windeatt (1806-1876)

Under a Changing Moon by Margot Benary-Isbert

Thomas Finds a Treasure: A St. John Neumann Story by Joan Stromberg (1811-1860)

The House of the Seven Gables by Nathaniel Hawthorne (p. 1851)

“Ain’t I a Woman”, Sojourner Truth, 1851, Women’s Rights Convention, Akron, Ohio

Death Comes for the Archbishop by Willa Cather

Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe (1852)

Wanted Dead or Alive: The True Story of Harriet Tubman by Ann McGovern (1820-1913)

Out of Print Favorites:

Under Three Flags: The Story of Gabriel Richard by David J. Abodaher (Credo Books) 1823

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3 Comments »

  1. May I suggest “The Erie Canal” by Peter Spier to accompany “Thomas Finds a Treasure?” Spier’s illustrated picture book uses detailed and historically accurate illustrations to put to pictures the lyrics of the old canal tune “Fifteen Miles on the Erie Canal.” It will help children to visualize the scenes of 18th century life along the canal. It looks like this book went out of print, but many libraries may have it.

    Comment by Mary Ann — June 30, 2006 @ 11:01 pm

  2. Thanks you!

    Comment by Alicia — July 16, 2006 @ 11:31 am

  3. Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation :) Anyway … nice blog to visit.

    cheers, Seismologic.

    Comment by Seismologic — June 19, 2008 @ 7:07 am


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