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Sedgwick, Catharine Maria, 1789-1867


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    • Sedgwick, Katherine Maria, 1789-1867
    • Author of Hope Leslie, 1789-1867
    • Hope Leslie, Author of, 1789-1867
    • Author of Linwoods, 1789-1867
    • Linwoods, Author of, 1789-1867
    • Author of Redwood, 1789-1867
    • Redwood, Author of, 1789-1867
    • Author of Poor rich man, 1789-1867
    • Poor rich man, Author of, 1789-1867
    • Author of Home, 1789-1867
    • Home, Author of, 1789-1867
    • Sedgwick, Miss, 1789-1867
    • Sedgewick, Miss, 1789-1867
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    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1789-12-28
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1867-07-31
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Stockbridge (Mass.)
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  • Sources

    • found: Her Means and ends, 1839:t.p. (author of Redwood)
    • found: Hope Leslie, or, Early times in the Massachusetts, 1998:CIP t.p. (Catharine Maria Sedgwick) data sheet (Katherine Maria Sedgwick)
    • found: Her The boy of Mount Rhigi, 1848:t.p. (the author of "Redwood," "Poor rich man," "Home")
    • found: Her Redwood, 1877:t.p. (Miss Sedgwick)
    • found: The poor rich man, and the rich poor man, 1839:t.p. (the author of "Hope Leslie," "The Linwoods," etc.)
    • found: American Nat. Biog. online, 7 Oct. 2008(Catharine Maria Sedgwick, author; born 28 Dec. 1789 in Stockbridge, Mass.; died 31 July 1867; lists works)
    • found: Married or single?, 2015:CIP t.p. (Catharine Maria Sedgwick) data view ("was born in Stockbridge, Massachusetts in 1789. Her first novel, A New-England Tale (1822) launched a career spanning over fifty years, eleven novels, and more than 100 short stories. Her success as a writer of manners helped usher in a new distinct voice for the American novel. Sedgwick is best remembered for writing novels that challenged Puritan morality and embraced patriotism and strong heroines, notably Hope Leslie (1827) and her final novel Married or Single? (1857)")
    • found: Wellesley Index, via WWW, 30 January 30(Bentley's miscellany, volume 34, number 202, page 417-424: Slavery in New England, by Miss Sedgewick, or Catharine Maria Sedgwick)
  • LC Classification

    • PS2798
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Not the same as "Sedgwick, Miss" [nb2008021116]]
  • Change Notes

    • 1980-09-21: new
    • 2018-02-01: revised
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