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Fri Mar 21 17:11:18 2014 UTClccn-n822287830.00Bowles, Samuel0.571.00Embattled editor the life of Samuel Bowles /33358290Samuel_Bowles_(journalist)n 82228783882590lccn-n80021744Pickering, James H.lccn-n50038377Merriam, George Spring1843-1914nc-springfield republicanSpringfield Republicanlccn-n85319057Field, David Dudley1805-1894lccn-n85363361Field, Dudley1830-1880lccn-n85300609Weisner, Stephen G.1949-lccn-n85300611Westfield State CollegeInstitute for Massachusetts Studieslccn-n85335914Colfax, Schuyler1823-1885lccn-n80126081Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saintslccn-n85252280Stearns, Charles1788-1860Bowles, Samuel1826-1878HistoryNewspapersMapsBiographyRecords and correspondenceTravelUnited States, WestMormonsUnited States--Pacific StatesBowles, Samuel,ColoradoUnited StatesPolitical scienceUtahLegal ethicsFreedom of the pressPublic opinionHawaiiJournalistsEditorsFrontier and pioneer lifePress and politicsChurch of Jesus Christ of Latter-day SaintsColfax, Schuyler,Overland journeys to the PacificMassachusetts--BostonNorth America--Pacific CoastMassachusetts--SpringfieldDickinson, Emily,Man-woman relationshipsPublishers and publishingPoets, AmericanRelations with womenSpirit writingsRailroad gaugesPacific railroadsUnited States--Pacific CoastBritish Columbia--Pacific CoastManners and customsRailroadsCaliforniaFuture lifeBritish ColumbiaErie RailwayAntislavery movementsNewspaper editorsJournalism--ObjectivityBowles familyFreemasonsMormon ChurchKansas-Nebraska Act (United States)American Civil War (1861-1865)Slavery--Extension to the territoriesBritish Columbia--Vancouver IslandReid, Whitelaw,1826187818351851185418551858186118641865186618671868186918701871187218801881188518981947195019571959196019611966196819691970197219731974197519761977198019821983198619901991199219941995199819992000200720092011611494318917.8F594ocn070112648ocn070112649ocn866607128ocn866020031ocn752792752ocn123035059103662ocn003711853book18650.66Bowles, SamuelAcross the continent: a summer's journey to the Rocky mountains, the Mormons, and the Pacific states, with Speaker ColfaxHistoryReisebeschreibung, Nordamerika, 19. Jahrhundert101727ocn000961428book18650.39Bowles, SamuelAcross the continent51611ocn001627933book18690.59Bowles, SamuelOur new West : records of travel between the Mississippi River and the Pacific Ocean ; over the plains--over the mountains--through the great interior basin--over the Sierra Nevadas--to and up and down the Pacific Coast ; with details of the wonderful natural scenery, agriculture, mines, business, social life, progress, and prospects ... including a full description of the Pacific Railroad ; and of the life of the Mormons, Indians, and Chinese ; with map, portraits, and twelve full page illustrationsHistory39933ocn011151414book18690.56Bowles, SamuelOur new West records of travel between the Mississippi River and the Pacific OceanHistoryThe History of the American West Collection is a unique project that provides opportunities for researchers and new readers to easily access and explore works which have previously only been available on library shelves. The Collection brings to life pre-1923 titles focusing on a wide range of topics and experiences in US Western history. From the initial westward migration, to exploration and development of the American West to daily life in the West and intimate pictures of the people who inhabited it, this collection offers American West enthusiasts a new glimpse at some forgotten treasures of American culture. Encompassing genres such as poetry, fiction, nonfiction, tourist guides, biographies and drama, this collection provides a new window to the legend and realities of the American West37218ocn011151445book18690.66Bowles, SamuelThe Switzerland of America a summer vacation in the parks and mountains of ColoradoBiography29411ocn011151422book18690.70Bowles, SamuelThe Pacific railroad--open How to go: what to see. Guide for travel to and through western AmericaHistory+-+361350079628710ocn060713790file18710.86Field, David DudleyThe lawyer and his clients the rights and duties of lawyers, the rights and duties of the press, the opinions of the public : correspondenceRecords and correspondence901ocn659323225file18540.88Stearns, CharlesLetter to Samuel BowlesHistory8410ocn005979809book18650.79Bowles, SamuelAcross the continent: a stage ride over the plains, to the Rocky Mountains, the Mormons, and the Pacific states, in the summer of 1865, with Speaker Colfax512ocn010358125serial0.93Daily evening travellerNewspapers212ocn016791095book19610.95The war of the gauges155ocn006543728map18650.66Bowles, SamuelMap of the Territories and Pacific States to Accompany "Across the ContinentMapsIncludes topographic features and locations of forts. Shows Butterfield's Express & Stage Route, Overland Stage Route and Main Emigrant Route. Shows railroad lines151ocn010358245serial0.97Boston daily traveller112ocn645453434com18810.88Bowles, SamuelExperiences of Samuel Bowles ... in spirit life or, Life as he now sees it from a spiritual stand-point101ocn010359643serial0.95Boston traveller102ocn027121629book18710.88Field, David DudleyThe duties and rights of counsel82ocn437838443book18680.76Bowles, SamuelCorrespondence74ocn029201002book18510.97Bowles, SamuelGenealogical and historical notes of the Bowles family61ocn078302968book18690.47Bowles, SamuelOur new West records of travel between the Mississippi River and the Pacific Ocean ... : with details of the wonderful natural scenery, agriculture, mines, business, social life, progress and prospects of Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia : including a full description of the Pacific Railroad, and the life of the Mormons, Indians, Chinese62ocn437832217book18550.66Boston, August 9th, 1855. Sir:--At a meeting of gentlemen recently assembled in this city, from various sections of the state, the undersigned were appointed a committee, with instructions to invite yourself and many other gentlemen from every portion of the commonwealth, and all the different political parties, to meet in Chapman Hall ... in the city of Boston, on Thursday, the 16th day of August instant, at 10 o'clock, a.m., for the purpose, then and there, after free and full discussion, and consultation, of devising the best mode of concentrating and giving expression to the almost universal opposition of Massachusetts to the repeal of the "great ordinance of freedom," and to the more recent aggressions of the slave power, in its invasion of Kansas, and the overthrow of the rights of the free settlers of that territory.8785ocn044955622com19910.28Bowles, SamuelThe parks and mountains of Colorado a summer vacation in the Switzerland of America, 1868In the summer of 1868 the author wrote a series of letters to his Springfield (Mass.) Republican Newspaper about his vacation in the Mountains of Colorado64313ocn000337626book18850.63Merriam, George SpringThe life and times of Samuel Bowles1902ocn013902640book19860.81Weisner, Stephen GEmbattled editor : the life of Samuel BowlesBiography271ocn039371113book19980.79Arnold, BillEmily Dickinson's secret love : mystery "master" behind poemsBiographyPoetry142ocn436344483com18690.56Bowles, SamuelOur new West records of travel between the Mississippi River and the Pacific OceanHistoryThe History of the American West Collection is a unique project that provides opportunities for researchers and new readers to easily access and explore works which have previously only been available on library shelves. The Collection brings to life pre-1923 titles focusing on a wide range of topics and experiences in US Western history. From the initial westward migration, to exploration and development of the American West to daily life in the West and intimate pictures of the people who inhabited it, this collection offers American West enthusiasts a new glimpse at some forgotten treasures of American culture. Encompassing genres such as poetry, fiction, nonfiction, tourist guides, biographies and drama, this collection provides a new window to the legend and realities of the American West52ocn004244060book19590.97Scott, Winfield TownleyEmily Dickinson & Samuel Bowles41ocn052378277book18690.66Bowles, SamuelThe Switzerland of America a summer vacation in the parks and mountains of ColoradoBiography41ocn070422861book19660.39Bowles, SamuelAcross the continent32ocn015580416book19861.00Weisner, Stephen GEmbattled editor the life of Samuel Bowles21ocn070981141mix1.00Dickinson, Anna EAnna E. Dickinson papersHistoryRecords and correspondenceFamily correspondents include her mother, Mary Dickinson, and her sister, Susan Dickinson. Other correspondents include William B. Allison, Susan B. Anthony, Henry Ward Beecher, Samuel Bowles, Noah Brooks, Benjamin F. Butler, Fanny Davenport, Frederick Douglass, Ellen Everett, William Lloyd Garrison, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Isabella Beecher Hooker, Wendell Phillips, Samuel C. Pomeroy, Whitelaw Reid, Carl Schurz, Theodore Tilton, Mark Twain, Charles Dudley Warner, and John Greenleaf Whittier22ocn814688440com18711.00Bowles, SamuelCorrespondence between Samuel Bowles of the Springfield Republican, and David Dudley FieldRecords and correspondence21ocn171234611art18980.10Bowles, Samuel : journalistBiography11ocn051341055art1999Bowles, Samuel11ocn080880580book1.00Bowles, SamuelLetter, a portrait, and newspaper clippingsBiographyPortraitsRecords and correspondenceHandwritten and signed letter, dated 11 Sept. 1872, and addressed to W. William Rice. Bowles writes, "This letter from judge Putnam explains itself. I am sure he must have a most capital lecture." Also included is an etching portriat of Bowles and two newspaper clippings outlining his life11ocn074986023mix1.00Schurz, CarlPapers of Carl SchurzCorrespondence, speeches, articles, newspaper clippings, printed matter, and scrapbooks pertaining to Liberal Republicanism, tariff reduction, civil service reform, anti-imperialism, election campaigns, and the Hayes administration, in which Schurz served as Secretary of the Interior. Correspondents include Charles Francis Adams, Jr., Edward Atkinson, Thomas F. Bayard, Charles J. Bonaparte, Samuel Bowles, Grover Cleveland, George William Curtis, James A. Garfield, Edwin L. Godkin, Murat Halstead, Rutherford B. Hayes, Abraham Lincoln, Henry Cabot Lodge, William McKinley, John T. Morse, Edward L. Pierce, Emil Preetorius, James Ford Rhodes, Theodore Roosevelt, Edward M. Sheppard, Moorfield Storey, Ida Tarbell, Erving Winslow, and Horace White11ocn070979908mix1.00Olmsted, Frederick LawFrederick Law Olmsted papersHistoryRecords and correspondenceThe papers focus on Olmsted's career as a landscape architect, specifically as a designer of parks and the grounds of private estates and public buildings and as a city and regional planner. Includes material pertaining to his designs chiefly of Central Park in New York, N.Y., of the area surrounding Niagara Falls, N.Y., of the U.S. Capitol grounds, Washington, D.C., and of the grounds of the World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, Ill., 1893. Material pertains, in part, to work undertaken by Olmsted and the firms of Olmsted and Vaux (1858), Frederick Law Olmsted (1858-1884), F.L. and J.C. Olmsted (1884-1889), F.L. Olmsted and Company (1889-1893), Olmsted, Olmsted, and Eliot (1893-1897), F.L. and J.C. Olmsted (1897-1898), and Olmsted Brothers (1898-1961). Also documents Olmsted's writings, his investigation of slavery in the South (1850s), his role as general secretary of the U.S. Sanitary Commission during the Civil War, and his work as superintendent of John C. Frémont's gold mining estates in Mariposa, Calif11ocn051142199visu19601.00[Samuel Bowles, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right]11ocn612775710book1.00Bowles, SamuelSamuel Bowles letters to Austin and Susan DickinsonCollection is primarily letters from Bowles to Austin and Susan. Susan and Austin became acquainted with Bowles soon after their marriage (ca. 1858), and Bowles's letters show a long friendship with both parties. The materials also include other letters (1856-1878) to Austin and Susan Dickinson and compositions of "Reminiscences" concerning Emily Dickinson (1932)11ocn019643155mix1.00Hill, Adams ShermanPapersHistoryRecords and correspondenceLetters relating to Hill's career as a correspondent for the New York Tribune, the Chicago Daily Tribune, and other newspapers, written chiefly while Hill was in Washington, D.C., during the Civil War, covering political and military matters related to the war. Subjects include Schuyler Colfax, Horace Greeley, Abraham Lincoln and his first administration, George Brinton McClellan, and political affairs in Florida. Correspondents include Samuel Bowles, William Easton Chandler, Schuyler Colfax, William Augustus Croffut, Charles Anderson Dana, Sydney Howard Gay, Sarah Moore Grimké, Charles Hale, Joseph Medill, Whitelaw Reid, and Francis Henry Underwood11ocn849528209mix1.00Sedgwick, C. BCharles Baldwin Sedgwick PapersHistoryPapers of the New York State lawyer, U.S. Congressman (1859-1863), abolitionist, born near Pompey, N.Y. Correspondence (1847-1891); genealogical material; legal and financial records (1814-1879); writings (1837-1884), including essays, speeches, and published letters; and memorabilia. Largely family correspondence with additional letters of Louis Agassiz, Samuel Bowles, Salmon P. Chase, F.J. Child, James Freeman Clarke, Roscoe Conkling, George W. Curtis, John A. Dahlgren, Richard H. Dana, H.L. Dawes, Daniel S. Dickinson, J.T. Fields, John M. Forbes, John C. Frémont, William Lloyd Garrison, George W. Geddes, George F. Hoar, John Jay, Thomas Starr King, Samuel J. May, Robert B. Minturn, Levi P. Morton, Charles Eliot Norton, Elizabeth P. Peabody, Wendell Phillips, William H. Seward, Gerrit Smith, Israel Washburn, R.S. Watson, Andrew D. White, and others+-+3613500796+-+3613500796Fri Mar 21 15:50:11 EDT 2014batch28055