10 edition of Literary trail of greater Boston found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 153) and index.
|Statement||Susan Wilson for the Boston History Collaborative.|
|Contributions||Boston History Collaborative.|
|LC Classifications||PS144.B67 W55 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 168 p. :|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||99089829|
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Distinctly American Voices: The Authors of Essex County For over three centuries, writers have made the North of Boston region their home. They have chronicled the lives of real people who performed extraordinary tasks to build a powerful nation.
These writers found “a story in every mile” of revolutions and inventions, witches and whales, early. The house is one of the few literary landmarks in Cambridge open to the public.
Margaret Fuller — 71 Cherry Street & 42 Brattle Street On left, a photo of 71 Cherry Street from Martin Luther King, Jr. lived not too far from the borders of the Boston Literary District at Massachusetts Avenue when he was a student at Boston University.
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THE LITERARY TRAIL OF GREATER BOSTON: A tour of sites in Boston, Cambridge, and Concord Author: Susan Wilson ISBN: Pages: Binding Information: Paperback Size: 6X9 Inches Illustrated: yes, with current maps and vintage photos Price: $ No city in America can match the literary heritage of Boston.
The Southern Literary Trail is the first tri-state literary trail in the United States. It celebrates acclaimed 20th century writers and playwrights of Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia and leads you on a journey of discovery to the places that shaped and inspired them. Boston has a designated Literary District (that stretches from the Boston Public Library in Copley Square through the Boston Public Garden and Beacon Hill) and the map provided by the Boston Literary District is an especially useful resource to find author residences, literary landmarks, and more!Author: Pierce Alquist.
Greater Boston literary events and news. In his travel book, is particularly pleased that the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston has loaned the Dickens portrait for which the young author sat.
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Book Stores. Like much of Boston, many of the book stores in the Literary District double as historic landmarks. The Brattle Book Shop, for instance, is one of the United States' oldest and largest antiquarian book stores, established in.
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Commonwealth Editions. ISBN An informative guidebook, with facts and data about literary figures, publishers, bookstores, libraries, and other historic sites on the newly designated Literary Trail of Greater y: United States.If you'd like to book with us, please let us know: Which tour you're interested in,--The date and time,--How many people are in your group,--Any customization or special requests and The dress style you'd prefer for the guide (Colonial, Business Casual or Victorian).
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