4 edition of Sara Jane Clarke Lippincott, 1823-1904 found in the catalog.
Sara Jane Clarke Lippincott, 1823-1904
by Bristol Banner Books in Bristol, IN
|Statement||edited by M. Meyers.|
|LC Classifications||PS615 .S23 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 106 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||106|
|LC Control Number||97075065|
"Sara Jane Lippincott," in A Woman of the Century (p. ), (ed.) by Frances Elizabeth Willard and Mary Ashton Rice Livermore, Buffalo: Charles Wells Moulton () Works by this author published before January 1, are in the public domain . MLA Format. Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature, The New York Public Library. "Greenwood, Grace, [Sara Jane Clarke Lippincott], ALS to. Feb. 7, ".
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Name variations: Sara Clarke Lippincott; Sara Jane Lippincott; wrote under Sara J. Clarke and Mrs. L.H. Lippincott; (pseudonym) Grace Greenwood. Source for information on Lippincott, Sara Clarke (–): Women in World History: A Biographical Encyclopedia dictionary. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Bonnie Scotland Item Preview remove-circle [Lippincott, Sara Jane Clarke], [from old catalog] Publication date Publisher Boston, Ticknor and Fields Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsorPages: Sara Jane Clarke Lippincott: An Anthology in Memoriam (): M.
Myers: Books - or: M. Myers. Sara Jane Lippincott () was an American author, poet and lecturer. She was a abolitionist during the Civil War and published 'The Little Pilgrim' during the s and s for a juvenile audience.
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Sara Jane Lippincott (pseudonym Grace Greenwood, ) was an American author, poet, correspondent, lecturer, and newspaper founder.
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Sara Jane Clarke Lippincott was best-known under her pseudonym Grace Greenwood (which is how she signs this letter) This is a scanned version of the original document in the Abernethy Manuscripts Collection at Middlebury College.
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Sara Jane Clarke was born on Septem at Pompey, New York to parents Deborah Baker Clarke (c. –) and Dr. Thaddeus C. Clarke (–). Her family moved to New Brighton, Pennsylvania, where her father practiced as a physician. There she attended the Greenwood Institute, a ladies' academy, from which she may have taken her pseudonym.
Born inSara Jane Clarke Lippincott began publishing poems at the age of She worked as a journalist for the majority of her career, but she also was one of the first women to become involved in publishing, literature, and politics.
She died in Born in Pompey, Onandaga, New York on 28 Sep to Thaddeus Clark and Deborah Baker. Sarah Jane Clarke married Leander K Lippincott and had 1 child.
She passed away on in New Rochelle, Westchester, New York, USA. GRACE GREENWOOD() aka Sarah J. Clarke or Mrs. Leander Lippincott Having grown up in and around Rochester, New York, Sarah Clarke first published her poems in Rochester newspapers; soon thereafter Nathaniel Willis began to solicit her work for.
LIPPINCOTT, Sara Jane (Clark) Born 23 SeptemberPompey, New York; died 20 AprilNew Rochelle, New York. Also wrote under: Sara J. Clarke, Grace Greenwood, Mrs. cott Daughter of Thaddeus and Deborah Baker Clarke; married Leander K.
Lippincott, The youngest daughter among 11 children of a physician and a great-granddaughter of Jonathan Edwards, Sara Jane Lippincott.
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