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The Life Of James Redpath And The Development Of The Modern LyceumAuthor: Charles F. Horner. See also Charles F. Horner, The Life of James Redpath and the Development of the Modern Lyceum (New York: Barse & Hopkins, ); John R. McKivigan, Forgotten Firebrand: James Redpath and the Making of Nineteenth-Century America (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, ); and J.R.
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Chautauqua Press, [16 pp.] ASIN: BCDCGE; Adams, James Truslow. The Life of James Redpath and the Development of the Modern Lyceum Asymmetrical Historical Comparison. The Life of James Redpath and the Development of the Modern Lyceum. New York, Newark. Susan Williams (English, Ohio State University), "New Voices, New Venues: James Redpath and the Promotion of American Civic Discourse" As an editor, publisher, and founder of the Boston Lyceum Bureau, James Redpath () worked with a number of significant American authors, including Louisa May Alcott, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Mark Twain.
cially, the book offers a good account of his early years in the west, a period often glossed by less patient researchers, as well as insights into the relationships he had with George Washington Cable and James Redpath, impressario of the Lyceum circuit.
Offsetting these strengths of presentation, yet not painfully, Professor Lorch's work. - Lyceum history; character of lyceum lectures and lecturers. Mead, David. Yankee Eloquence in the Middle West: The Ohio Lyceum East Lansing, MI: Michigan State College Press, - History of Ohio lyceum movement focusing on the careers of fifteen key speakers.
Meeks, L.H. "The Lyceum in the Early West."Author: Stefanie Hunker. The Puritan Pronaos - Studies in the Intellectual Life of New England in the Seventeenth Century, Samuel Eliot Morison People in Charge - Creating Self Managing Workplaces, Robert Rehm The Life of James Redpath and the Development of the Modern Lyceum, Charles F.
Horner. “Josh Billings,” another of Redpath's lecturers, was likewise often to be found in the Lyceum offices. There is a photograph of Mark Twain, Nasby, and Josh Billings together. Clemens also, that winter, met William Dean Howells, then in the early days of. Handwritten note:83, 84 Handwritten note: Boston Directories Folder 8: James Redpath Copy of "Some Thoughts Concerning the Love Life of Sherwood Bonner" By Daniel E.
Sutherland, from Southern Studies, 26 (Summer ) Handwritten note on the back of envelope: Harpers Weekly Copy of TDS to Faculty members from Ms. Claire Colombo--see. Through her association with Capun, Lewis, and Longfellow, and her friend James Redpath, director of Boston’s first Lyceum Bureau, Bonner gained acceptance among Boston’s literati, and over the next ten years she built a successful freelance writing career, first signing her work as “Katherine McDowell,” and then “Kate McDowell” or.
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To manage this novel show business the services of James Redpath were called into requisition with great success. Redpath, famous as a friend and biographer of John Brown, as a Civil War correspondent, and as founder of the celebrated Redpath Lyceum Bureau in Boston, divided the country into territories, each section being leased for exhibition.
Thoreau, Henry David (12 July –06 May ), author and naturalist, whose surname is pronounced “thorough,” was born in Concord, Massachusetts, the son of John Thoreau, a merchant and pencil manufacturer of French ancestry, and Cynthia Dunbar, of Scottish was the only one of the famed Concord authors to be a native of the town.
See Crawford A. Peffer, Outline History of the Redpath Lyceum Bureau (MA diss., Harvard University, ); John R. McKivigan, Forgotten Firebrand: James Redpath and the Making of Nineteenth-Century America (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, ).The pen name agreed to will is “Professor Hoffman” and the book will be Modern Magic.
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