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  1. Pages And Pictures, From The Writings Of James Fenimore Cooper: With Notes (1861) by James Fenimore Cooper, 2010-09-10
  2. Elinor Wyllys V2 by Susan Fenimore Cooper, 2010-09-10
  3. William West Skils by Susan Fenimore Cooper, 2010-04-04
  4. Mount Vernon: A Letter To The Children Of America by Susan Fenimore Cooper, 2010-09-10
  5. The Rhyme And Reason Of Country Life: Or Selections From Fields Old And New (1854) by Susan Fenimore Cooper, 2010-09-10
  6. Rural Horus by Susan Fenimore/ Introduction By David Jones Cooper, 1968-01-01
  7. Wonder Stories of History by Frances A.(Mrs); Bolton, Sarah K,; Cooper, Susan Fenimore; Beman, I.L. Humphrey, 1903-01-01
  8. William West Skiles: A Sketch Of Missionary Life At Valle Crucis In Western North Carolina, 1842-1862 (1890)
  9. Elinor Wyllys V1 by Susan Fenimore Cooper, 2010-09-10
  10. Female Suffrage by Susan Fenimore Cooper, 2010-09-10
  12. The Rhyme and Reason of Country Life; or, Selections from Fields Old and New by Susan Fenimore Cooper, 1856-01-01
  13. Country Rambles In England: Or Journal Of A Naturalist (1852) by John Leonard Knapp, Susan Fenimore Cooper, 2010-09-10
  14. Elinor Wyllys V1 by Susan Fenimore Cooper, 2010-05-23

41. Susan Fenimore Cooper, Rural Hours
Selection from Summer in Rural Hours by susan fenimore cooper (1850;rpt. 1887). The Old Forest Pines . by susan fenimore cooper.
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"The Old Forest Pines" by Susan Fenimore Cooper
Just at the point where the village street becomes a road and turns to climb the hillside, there stands a group of pines, a remnant of the old forest. There are many trees like these among the woods; far and near such may be seen rising from the hills, now tossing their arms in the stormy winds, now drawn in still and dark relief against the glowing evening sky. Their gaunt, upright forms standing about the hill-tops, and the ragged gray stumps of those which have fallen, dotting the smooth fields, make up the sterner touches in a scene whose general aspect is smiling. But although these old trees are common upon the wooded heights, yet the group on the skirts of the valley stands alone among the fields of the valley; their nearer brethren have all been swept away, and these are left in isolated company, differing in character from all about them, a monument of the past. It is upon a narrow belt of land, a highway and a corn-field on one side, a brook and an orchard on the other, that these trees are rooted; a strip of woodland connected with the forest on the hills above, and suddenly cut off where it approaches the first buildings of the village. There they stand, silent spectators of the wonderful changes that have come over the valley. Hundreds of winters have passed since the cones which contained the seed of that grove fell from the parent tree; centuries have elapsed since their heads emerged from the topmost wave of the sea of verdure to meet the sunshine, and yet it is but yesterday that their shadows first fell, in full length, upon the sod at their feet.

42. Susan Fenimore Cooper At The Mad Cybrarian's Library
The Mad Cybrarian's Library. susan fenimore cooper. Elinor Wyllys (Volume 1) (Gutenberg Text Zip); Elinor Wyllys (Volume 2) (Gutenberg Text Zip);
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44. On-line Library
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45. Books On-line: Search Results
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47. Project Gutenberg Author Record
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48. The Classic Text: James Fenimore Cooper
Pages and Pictures from the Writings of James fenimore cooper, with Notesby susan fenimore cooper. New York WA Townsend and Co., 1861.
James Fenimore Cooper (1789-1851).
Pages and Pictures from the Writings of James Fenimore Cooper, with Notes by Susan Fenimore Cooper . New York: W. A. Townsend and Co., 1861.
Call Number: PS 1403 .C6
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J ames Fenimore Cooper's daughter, Susan, assembled this volume of excerpts, arranged chronologically and individually introduced with essays. According to Susan Fenimore Cooper's recollections, her father wrote important sections of The Last of the Mohicans while deliriously ill. She also details Cooper's difficult search for real native models in an increasingly industrialized area of New England. The overall tone of the work is adoring, but insights are provided on Cooper as a man and as a writer. The book is illustrated from steel and wood engravings from the original illustrations of Cooper's works. The Bible Homer Aristophanes Virgil ... Special Collections Home Page
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49. Cooper Conference
The cooper Society's welldeveloped website includes, among many other things,the full text of susan fenimore cooper's novel, Elinor Wyllys.
Coming of Age: Gendered Perspectives July 13 - 17, 2003 State University of New York College at Oneonta “The spirit of Leather-Stocking is awake” The 14th International James Fenimore Cooper Conference and Seminar is a biennial event held at the State University College at Oneonta. This gathering is unique because it brings together established scholars, interested researchers, and students of American literature with an interest in Cooper and his times. The four-day professional conference is linked with a team-taught undergraduate course that focuses upon the conference theme. Students and researchers attend conference presentations and other gatherings in a setting familiar to those who have read the Leatherstocking novels. In addition to supporting the Cooper Conference every two years, The SUNY College at Oneonta also hosts a website for the James Fenimore Cooper Society. The Cooper Society's well-developed website includes, among many other things, the full text of Susan Fenimore Cooper's novel, Elinor Wyllys Questions about the Cooper Seminar? We've got

50. The Fourteenth Cooper Seminar 13
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The Fourteenth Cooper Seminar
13-17 July, 2003
Oneonta and Cooperstown, New York
WHAT IS THE COOPER SEMINAR? The James Fenimore Cooper Seminar is a four-day conference devoted to the life and work of J.F. Cooper and Susan Fenimore Cooper, his daughter. The Seminar, which began in 1978, is held in the Milne Library at the College of Oneonta but involves field trips and festive occasions and includes a guided visit to Cooperstown, the village founded by his father where James Fenimore Cooper spent more than half his life and writing career. In conjunction with the Seminar is a summer-school course offered for graduate and undergraduate credit in English and History. For participants and presenters the conference begins on Sunday night, July 13, 2003, with a complimentary dinner (including a drink or two!) and a welcome. The next morning presentation of papers and the summer school commence. That evening Allan Axelrad will deliver the keynote address. This year’s Seminar will bring scholars from all over the United States as well as from several foreign countries. Each year of the biannual conference has had its own character. Beginning in 1997 an emphasis on shorter papers and younger scholars developed. This year the focus is on coming of age and gender issues in two texts: The Deerslayer and Susan Cooper’s Elinor Wyllys . In earlier years, and until his death in 1985, James F. Beard, editor of the six-volume letters and prime mover in the re-publication by SUNY Press of newly edited texts of Cooper works, was a regular lecturer. Others who have written extensively on Cooper who have lectured at the Seminar include Kay House, Thomas Philbrick, Donald Ringe, Warren Walker, Lesley Fiedler, James Wallace and Geoffrey Rans. Each Seminar is followed by the publication of the papers presented, edited by Hugh McDougall, President of the J.F. Cooper Society.

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55. QUEST Summer 2002 -- Features
Yet two years ago, Johnson opened an aged leather chest filled with lettersand manuscripts by 19th century writer susan fenimore cooper.
Rochelle Johnson is considered one of the nation’s experts on 19th century nature writer Susan Fenimore Cooper. English professor treasures 19th century
nature writer By Amy Stahl As a literary scholar, it’s not often that Albertson College English professor Rochelle Johnson finds herself peering into trunks containing hidden treasures. Yet two years ago, Johnson opened an aged leather chest filled with letters and manuscripts by 19th century writer Susan Fenimore Cooper. The surprise discovery has given Johnson rich new material for her research into the life of Cooper, one of America’s first female nature writers, the daughter of writer James Fenimore Cooper and the author of a book titled Rural Hours A popular success at the turn of the century yet virtually unknown today, Rural Hours pre-dated Henry David Thoreau’s classic Walden by four years. Rural Hours was such a hit with 19th century readers it went through nine editions yet the full text of the book was out of print for over 100 years. Johnson admits she was unfamiliar with Susan Fenimore Cooper until unexpectedly stumbling across references to the author and Rural Hours in a required text for a graduate class. “I had never heard of her. But I wanted to know who she was because I was very interested in Thoreau.” Further intrigued, Johnson began researching Cooper’s life and work. “Her book went through nine editions,” says Johnson. “I wanted to know who was reading it and what else she wrote.”

56. Monthly Updates
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Once again, the Whittenberger Foundation has supported Albertson College with a $65,233 award to the 2000-2001 Whittenberger Scholars program. During the past decade the Whittenberger Foundation has given the college more than $436,000 for a variety of programs in academics, bilingual education, the arts and humanities, as well as special area funding to benefit senior citizens and others in the Caldwell community.
English professor Rochelle Johnson received $3,500 from the Idaho Humanities Council to complete a book on the literary career of Susan Fenimore Cooper, daughter of James Fenimore Cooper. Susan Cooper was a 19th century American nature writer, poet, essayist and diarist. Johnson will travel to Cooperstown, N.Y., where the Cooper archives are located, to view them and other archives in New England. The title of her book is "Patchwork Labors: Susan Fenimore Cooper's Literary Career." FIRST-YEAR EXPERIENCE WINS FACULTY ENDORSEMENT The new freshman curriculum was approved recently by the faculty. It includes two writing intensive courses for the fall of the freshman year that will be oriented around the laptops. Students will be divided into cohorts of 18. Each group will take the initial writing class together and two groups will be combined into one of 36 who will take their History of West Civilization together. All freshman will receive a book during the summer that will be discussed in their fall semester classes.

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58. §12. James Fenimore Cooper; Youth; Naval Career. VI. Fiction I. Vol. 15. Coloni
Born at Burlington, New Jersey, 15 September, 1789, the son of Judge Williamcooper and susan fenimore, James cooper 8 was taken in November, 1790, to
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59. All American: James Fenimore Cooper
His daughter, susan fenimore cooper, who had worked for him, provides this glimpseinto her father’s creative process “On this occasion, as on all others
Antebellum and Civil War America, 1784-1865
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  • The Spy The Pioneers The Last of the Mohicans The Prairie The Pathfinder The Deerslayer
  • Father : Wealthy landowner William Cooper, founder of Cooperstown, NY, and Federalist congressman Mother : Elizabeth Fenimore Cooper Siblings Wife : Susan De Lancey Cooper Children : daughters Elizabeth, Susan, Caroline, Anne, and Maria; sons Fenimore and Paul
  • Burlington, NJ Cooperstown, NY New Rochelle, NY Scarsdale, NY New York, NY France Switzerland Italy
  • sailor author U.S. Consul for Lyons, France
: born Sept. 15 in Burlington, NJ : moves with family to Lake Otsego in New York : Sister Hannah dies : enrolls at Yale : sails on Stirling : serves in U.S. Navy : father dies : marries Susan De Lancey; settles in New Rochelle, NY; daughter Elizabeth born : daughter Elizabeth dies; daughter Susan born : daughter Caroline born : daughter Anne born : builds house in Scarsdale, NY; mother dies : daughter Maria born : publishes Precaution : son Fenimore born; publishes

60. NMB Frontpage Rural Hours By Susan Fenimore Cooper Year
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And we will all the pleasures prove That valleys, groves, or hills, or field, Or woods, and steepy mountains yield. MARLOW. NEW AND REVISED EDITION BOSTON AND NEW YORK HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN, AND COMPANY The Riverside Press, Cambridge BY SUSAN FENIMORE COOPER. The Riverside Press, Cambridge: To THE AUTHOR OF THE DEERSLAYER, These Notes ARE VERY RESPECTFULLY, GRATEFULLY, AND MOST AFFECTIONATELY INSCRIBED BY THE WRITER. Northern Michigan Birding

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