1 edition of Juvenile miscellany found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Rakestraw, Joseph, 1780?-1860, printer|
|LC Classifications||PZ6 .J989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||21017596|
In , after Child published a controversial antislavery book, the Juvenile Miscellany lost its readership and went out of business. Praised by other writers—including Higginson, Goodrich, and Louisa May Alcott (–88)—Child never stopped thinking about the needs of children. Children’s magazines became the chosen medium, and two of the earliest examples, Youth’s Companion and Juvenile Miscellany, provided contending visions of the moral possibilities for.
Juvenile Miscellany, Vol Number 2; mus_dgper_ Description: From the de Grummond Periodicals Collection. Juvenile Miscellany, Vol Number 2, published in Spring Articles include " Children's Book Festival," "International Children's Literature Association Meets at USM," "Ezra Jack Keats/de Grummond Collection Research Fellowship Program," " Christmas Book. Issue of Juvenile Miscellany. Articles include "Highlights of the Sixteenth Annual Children's Book Festival" and "Contributions from the last issue." Notable attendees of the book festival include Katherine Paterson, Brian Alderson, Tomie de Paola, and Bette Green. Katherine Paterson was the awardee of the USM Medallion.
Lydia Maria Child, (Febru –Octo ) was a prolific writer and fervent activist for women's rights, Native American Rights, and abolition. Her best-known piece today is the homey "Over the River and Through the Wood," but her influential anti-slavery writing helped sway many Americans toward the abolitionist movement. A little later book, “The Juvenile Miscellany, including some Natural History for the use of children,” published by Jacob Johnson, of Philadelphia, in , has copperplates, of some spirit.
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Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copies ex libris (inscription): Frances E. Valentine AddeddatePages: Juvenile miscellany, including some natural history, for the use of children.: Ornamented with eighteen engravings.
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The Juvenile Miscellany was a 19th-century American bimonthly children's magazine published in Boston, Massachusetts between and It was founded by Lydia Maria Child.
Publishers varied over the years, but the original publisher was John Putnam. Sarah Josepha Hale edited the magazine as a monthly between September and April Editor: Lydia Maria Child (), Sarah Josepha.
The Juvenile Miscellany.—Among the periodical publications for young persons which are particularly deserving of public confidence and patronage is the ‘Juvenile Miscellany,’ published once in two months by Putnam & Hunt of this city. It consists entirely of original matter from some of the most gifted among those who have devoted their talents to the improvement of youth.
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Department or section navigation Library Bulletin Library Home. Books shelved as miscellany: Schott's Original Miscellany by Ben Schott, Schott's Food and Drink Miscellany by Ben Schott, Mastermind: Over 2, Questi. Louisa May Alcott is My Passion.
Begun inthis blog offers analysis and reflection by Susan Bailey on the life, works and legacy of Louisa May Alcott and her family. When the popular children’s magazine The Juvenile Miscellany ran anti-slavery stories in the early s, its largely New England-based audience.
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They are also so beautiful that I would love to frame the cover as well as many other illustrations inside the book/5. Born into an abolitionist family, Lydia Francis was primarily influenced in her education by her brother, a Unitarian clergyman and later a professor at the Harvard Divinity School.
In the s she taught, wrote historical novels, and founded a periodical for children, Juvenile Miscellany (). In she married David L.
Child, an editor. She used her children’s books and her magazine, The Juvenile Miscellany, as a vehicle for combating racial prejudice, publishing her first antislavery story in Each subsequent issue contained antislavery commentary.COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.