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Fri Mar 21 17:09:15 2014 UTClccn-n790455010.00What we have to expect : the extradition cases and secession0.620.97Frank B. Sanborn and the American Social Science Association, 1865-190924719191Franklin_Benjamin_Sanbornn 79045501278888Sanborn, F. bSanborn, F. B. 1831-1917Sanborn, Frank B.Sanborn, Frank B. 1831-1917Sanborn, Franklin 1831-1917Sanborn, Franklin B.Sanborn, Franklin B. 1831-1917Sanborn, Franklin Benjamin, 1831-1917lccn-n78095600Thoreau, Henry David1817-1862lccn-n79045540Brown, John1800-1859lccn-n78085476Emerson, Ralph Waldo1803-1882lccn-n79045088Cameron, Kenneth Walter1908-2006edtlccn-n50040194Alcott, Amos Bronson1799-1888lccn-n50055894Channing, William Ellery1817-1901lccn-n83009025Concord School of Philosophylccn-n50063865Bibliophile Society (Boston, Mass.)lccn-n50029812Howe, S. G.(Samuel Gridley)1801-1876lccn-n80034012Rogers, Bruce1870-1957Sanborn, F. B.(Franklin Benjamin)1831-1917BiographyHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondencePeriodicalsTrials, litigation, etcDiariesSourcesControversial literatureUnited StatesThoreau, Henry David,Authors, AmericanNaturalistsIntellectualsBrown, John,Massachusetts--ConcordAmerican literatureAntislavery movementsAlcott, Amos Bronson,Political scienceSanborn, F. B.--(Franklin Benjamin),Transcendentalism (New England)Social sciencesEmerson, Ralph Waldo,Howe, S. G.--(Samuel Gridley),New EnglandSociologyIntellectual lifeNew HampshireGreeceWar of Independence (Greece : 1821-1829)CharitiesHawthorne, Nathaniel,Authors, American--Homes and hauntsSlaveryFogg, George Gilman,PsychologyFriendshipJohn Brown's Raid (Harpers Ferry, West Virginia : 1859)West Virginia--Harpers FerryRomanticismSocial historyKeller, Helen,Deafblind people--EducationSullivan, Annie,Women--Social conditionsEdel, Leon,LettersNovelists, AmericanHabeas corpusTrials (Misconduct in office)MassachusettsPhilosophersAbolitionistsSocial work educationAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)American Social Science AssociationWarner, Amos Griswold,Ely, Richard T.--(Richard Theodore),18311917183518451852185418551856185718591860186118621863186518671869187018711872187318741875187618771878187918801881188218831884188518861887188818891890189118921893189418951896189718981899190019011902190319041905190619071908190919101911191219141915191619171918192219291932193619431945195119531957196019621964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841986198819901994199519961997199920002002200520062007200820092010201120122013177374801097818.309PS3053ocn000275632ocn000110696ocn000060969ocn002683036ocn000636779ocn000502934ocn001608538ocn001621456ocn002784790ocn830472984ocn857866618ocn866518669112562ocn002697572book18810.37Sanborn, F. BHenry D. ThoreauBiographyIn this intimate biography, F. B. Sanborn a close friend of his subject incorporates letters and family documents, excerpts from Thoreau's journal, and his own experiences with Thoreau and his family to develop a vivid portrayal of this American icon98529ocn000275461book19170.47Sanborn, F. BThe life of Henry David Thoreau, including many essays hitherto unpublished and some account of his family and friendsBiography+-+414771379689820ocn000426778book19090.63Sanborn, F. BRecollections of seventy yearsCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography85739ocn000013018book18850.59Sanborn, F. BThe life and letters of John Brown : liberator of Kansas and martyr of VirginiaHistoryBiographyRecords and correspondence73323ocn000275632book19020.56Channing, William ElleryThoreau, the poet naturalist; with memorial versesBiographyThe first biography of the poet-naturalist, Henry David Thoreau+-+971117856666228ocn003901908book18930.63Thoreau, Henry DavidThe writings of Henry David ThoreauRecords and correspondence61517ocn000370990book18930.59Sanborn, F. BA. Bronson Alcott, his life and philosophyHistoryBiography48728ocn000110696book18840.73Concord School of PhilosophyThe genius and character of Emerson; lectures at the Concord School of Philosophy+-+81165639054735ocn060531386file0.66Journal of social sciencePeriodicals44611ocn001225004book19040.56Sanborn, F. BNew Hampshire; an epitome of popular governmentHistory41424ocn001248858book19080.70Sanborn, F. BHawthorne and his friends : reminiscence and tributeBiography39310ocn007749486book18910.63Sanborn, F. BDr. S.G. Howe, the philanthropist3524ocn002968462book19760.59Sanborn, F. BSixty years of Concord, 1855-1915 : life, people, institutions, and transcendental philosophy in Massachusetts, with memories of Emerson, Thoreau, Alcott, Channing, and othersBiography33712ocn013018589book19080.66Sanborn, F. BBronson Alcott at Alcott house, England, and Fruitlands, New England (1842-1844)Biography32312ocn000060969book19110.76Parker, TheodoreThe rights of man in AmericaControversial literature30817ocn000761193book19030.73Sanborn, F. BThe personality of Emerson30115ocn003524563book18940.33Thoreau, Henry DavidFamiliar letters of Henry David ThoreauRecords and correspondencePublished in 1895, this collection gives the reader an intimate glimpse into Thoreau's epistolary reflections. His correspondents include his brother John, his sister Helen, and Ralph Waldo Emerson. The book also includes essays on Margaret Fuller, nature, morality, and love and chastity2969ocn001268959book19090.70Howe, S. GLetters and journals of Samuel Gridley HoweHistoryDiariesSourcesRecords and correspondence+-+66038629663242654ocn060713311com18820.86Woodbury, AugustusA Memorial of George Gilman Fogg2584ocn060713025file18850.84Sanborn, F. BThe social sciences, their growth and futureHistory1462ocn008109761book19810.90Cameron, Kenneth WalterParameters of American romanticism and transcendentalism : a chronological ordering of Sanborn's 700 recently gathered literary papers (critical, historical, and biographical) with a locating indexCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliography1422ocn682894244book20120.76Wagner, DavidThe "miracle worker" and the transcendentalist : Annie Sullivan, Franklin Sanborn, and the education of Helen KellerHistory1122ocn007925256book19810.93Sanborn, F. BTranscendental youth and age : chapters in biography and autobiographyHistoryBiography1011ocn000274116book18850.93James, HenryThe author of Beltraffio ; Pandora ; Georgina's reasons ; The path of duty ; Four meetings912ocn009412236book19820.93Cameron, Kenneth WalterCorrespondence of Franklin Benjamin Sanborn, the transcendentalist : a checklist of twenty-three hundred letters supplementing those in Clarkson's inventory of 1971, annotated and indexed801ocn011344235book19840.93Sanborn, F. BTranscendental horizons : essays and poetry611ocn506037029com18610.90Carleton, SilasIn the matter of F.B. Sanborn, on habeas corpus brief of counsel for Silas CarletonTrials, litigation, etc492ocn044724842book20000.96Thoreau, Sanborn, John Brown, and slaveryHistory383ocn049384376book20000.95Cameron, Kenneth WalterThe transcendental index helper on Thoreau, Emerson, Sanborn, and the new philosophy : supplementing The Emerson-Thoreau index helper : indexes from recent studies82ocn012715539book19530.95Hickok, Benjamin BlakelyThe political and literary careers of F.B. Sanborn52ocn024169145book19620.97Kropp, Simon FFrank B. Sanborn and the American Social Science Association, 1865-190951ocn028604858book19170.10Sanborn, V. CMemoir of Franklin Benjamin Sanborn51ocn001679622book19710.93Broadhurst, Betty PageSocial thought, social practice, and social work education: Sanborn, Ely, Warner, RichmondHistory42ocn223294758com19030.81Emerson, Ralph WaldoTantalus. With a memorial note by F.B. Sanborn41ocn028469540book19170.10Sanborn, V. CFranklin Benjamin Sanborn (1831-1917)Franklin Benjamin Sanborn lived in Hampton Falls, New York. Descendants lived in New York and elsewhere32ocn036601143book19710.73Clarkson, John WheelerAn annotated checklist of the letters of Franklin Benjamin Sanborn (1831-1917)BibliographyRecords and correspondence21ocn806039957art2012Taylor, JohnWhat we have to expect : the extradition cases and secessionHistory22ocn029218746book19430.47Stern, Madeleine BLouisa Alcott, trouper; experiences in theatricals, 1848-1880Criticism, interpretation, etcDeals with involvement by Louisa May Alcott and her sisters in amateur theatricals in Concord, Mass., and Walpole, N.H. (particularly the Amateur Dramatic Company of Walpole and the Concord Stock Company, in which F.B. Sanborn and George Bartlett were also involved) and with Louisa May's experience as a playwright21ocn028604753book19170.10Swift, Lindsay[Tribute to F.B. Sanborn21ocn026910266book19570.47Thomas, Bruce LorreyFranklin Benjamin Sanborn : a study of the contributions to social reform made by Franklin Benjamin Sanborn, as seen in "Our Boston Letter" from February 27, 1874 to February 25, 1876HistoryBiography+-+4147713796+-+4147713796Fri Mar 21 15:55:44 EDT 2014batch36354