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  1. Excavating the Sutlers' House: Artifacts of the British Armies in Fort Edward and Lake George by David R. Starbuck, 2010-05-11
  2. Visible Ink by George Starbuck, 2002-03-06
  3. Desperate Measures by George Starbuck, 1978-08
  4. White Paper: Poems. by George. STARBUCK, 1966-01-01
  5. The Argot Merchant Disaster: Poems New and Selected by George Starbuck, 1982-08
  6. The Works: Poems Selected from Five Decades by George Starbuck, 2003-10-15
  7. Bone Thoughts by George Starbuck, 1960
  8. White Paper by George Starbuck, 1966-01-01
  9. Bone Thoughts. Foreword By Dudley Fitts by George Starbuck, 1960-01-01
  10. Biography - Starbuck, George (Edwin) (1931-1996): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team, 2003-01-01
  11. The New Yorker - April 20, 1963 by Brendan Gill, Sylvia Townsend Warner, George Starbuck, Merrill Joa Roger Angell, 1963-01-01
  12. The New Yorker - September 23, 1961 by John O'Hara, V. S. Pritchett, Hilary Corke, Margaret Marshall, George Starbuck, 1961-01-01
  13. The New Yorker - September 23, 1961 by John O'Hara, V. S. Pritchett, Hilary Corke, Margaret Marshall, George Starbuck, 1961-01-01
  14. The New Yorker - July 30, 1966 by Mavis Gallant, George Starbuck, Gerald Jonas Arturo Vivante, 1966-01-01

1. George Starbuck
George Starbuck obituary notes at EPC.Category Arts Literature Authors S Starbuck, George......George Starbuck (19311996). Date Sat, 17 Aug 1996 From Hank Lazer(HLAZER@AS.UA.EDU) Subject Re George Starbuck. George Starbuck
George Starbuck (1931-1996)
Date: Sat, 17 Aug 1996
From: Hank Lazer (HLAZER@AS.UA.EDU)
Subject: Re: George Starbuck
George Starbuck died Thursday morning at his home in Tuscaloosa at age 65 after a twenty year bout with Parkinson's disease. A fine poet and generous person, George directed the graduate writing programs in creative writing at Iowa (where, ages ago, he hired Kathleen Fraser) and at Boston University. While at SUNY Buffalo in 1963, he initiated a successful challenge of New York's Feinberg loyalty-oath law. After a semester as writer-in-residence, George decided to live in Tuscaloosa. For the past several years, he has been a kind friend, much valued for his learning, his conversation, and his advocacy of a wide range of poetries. Hank Lazer Date: 17 Aug 96
From: Anselm Hollo
Subject: George Starbuck Emerging from my lair here, to salute the memory of George Starbuck, first met in Buffalo thirty years ago, during my first summer there in the company of G.S., Ann London, Robert Creeley , John Logan, John Wieners, Robert Hogg, Basil Bunting , George Bowering, Jack Clarke, Al Glover, Duncan McNaughton...a summer that definitely changed my life, as did George's subsequent invitation to come and teach at the Iowa Writers' Workshop, whose director he then was. Cet ouvroir was a very different place during his tenure than what it had been before, and, I believe, what it has been since. Not only did he invite Kathleen Fraser and her then husband Jack Marshall, he also invited Ted Berrigan, Steve Katz, Seymour Krim, David Rayall, at that time, regarded as pretty 'cutting edge' makaris, somewhat threatening, even, to the post-Paul Engle neo-Frostian/pseudo-WCWilliamsian 'Iowa' establishment.

2. George Starbuck
George Starbuck (Note This poem was written in memory of Norman Morrison, a Quakeractivist who set himself on fire outside the offices of Defense Secretary
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(Note: This poem was written in memory of Norman Morrison, a Quaker activist who set himself on fire outside the offices of Defense Secretary Robert McNamara to protest the Vietnam War.)
Of Late
Norman Morrison, Quaker, of Baltimore, Maryland, burned and was burned and said
all that there is to say in that language.
Twice what is said in yours.
It is a strange sect, Mr. McNamara, under advice to try
the whole of a thought in silence, and to oneself.
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3. 1850 Census Of Warren County, NY P.130a
Joseph 80 M W FArmer Massachusetts 14 65 71 Collins Esther 71 F W Massachusetts15 65 71 Knapp Charles W 14 M W New York X 16 66 72 starbuck george E 25 M W
1850 Census of Warren County, NY p.130a
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Continued on Page 130b

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This is the 1850 federal census for Warren County, NY.
LN = Line Number Family appeared on
HN = Dwelling houses numbered in the order of visitation
FN = Families numbered in the order of visitation LAST NAME, FIRST NAME = The Name of every Person whose usual place of abode on the 1st day of June, 1850, was in this family RACE = Color (white, black or mulatto) OCCUP. = Profession, Occupation,or Trade of each Male over 15 years of age

4. UI Archives - George Starbuck Papers
University 42 Sou'wester 43 Space Assignment 44 Spectrum Books 45 Spirit 46 Spitzer,Alan 47 Stafford, Jean 48 Stafford, William 49 starbuck, george 50 starbuck
To: UI Special Collections
To: UI Archives Homepage University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City
University Archives George Edwin Starbuck Papers
Director, Writers Workshop 1967-1970 Record Group 06/13
July 1975 Introduction The George Edwin Starbuck (b. 1931) Papers, 1966-1971, 7 document boxes, 0.9m., of correspondence, were transferred to the Archives by the University of Iowa Writers Workshop, a program in the Department of English, in the early 1970s. The Correspondence is Starbuck's as Director of the Writers Workshop, 1967-1970, and some earlier and later official workshop correspondence. The folder labels tend to be very specific and many contain only a few items. They are in a single alphabetical arrangement. Starbuck has since headed the writing program at Boston University. Earl M. Rogers, 1975 Box 1: A-B 1 A
2 A.A.U.P.
3 A.A.U.W.
4 ABC Televison
5 Academy of American Poets
6 Addresses: publishers, magazines
8 Aid for 1970-71 9 Amabile., George 10 American Friends 11 Andy Warhol Films, Inc. 12 Antioch College 13 Arizona, University of

5. A Review From In Dissent: Cooper Renner
A review from In Dissent by Cooper Renner.
Elegy In a Country Churchyard
by George Starbuck
Pym-Randall, 1975
A Review by Cooper Renner ID #1
ID #2

ID #3
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A s far as I can tell (and I am as likely to be wrong here as about anything else I write), George Starbuck was pretty much ignored even before he died a few years ago. There were, of course, three strikes against him.
Second, he was a formalist at a time when formalism was not popular. Even as Robert Lowell, W.S. Merwin, James Wright and virtually any "younger" American poet you can name were abandoning formal verse for free, Starbuck was still writing in form. Such anti-social behavior, in the very social '60s and '70s, can not have been helped by the fact that Starbuck also deigned to write concrete poetry, again against the trend, since concrete poetry as popular as it may have been overseas never really caught on here (except among children's poets). Nor did Starbuck suffer a revival (as far as I can tell) among the neo-formalists of the '80s and '90s an impossibility, really, since the neo's don't seem to have any use for anyone who wrote formally any earlier than the Reagan presidency.
Starbuck's "Elegy in a Country Churchyard" is a charming, if sometimes too self-congratulatory, offering of American concrete verse

6. Starbuck, George, 1931-. Poems: Guide.
bMS Am 1808 starbuck, george, 1931. Poems Guide. Quantity 1 box (.5 linear ft.)Abstract Poems of American poet george starbuck. Administrative Information.
bMS Am 1808
Starbuck, George, 1931-. Poems: Guide.
Houghton Library, Harvard College Library
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138
Descriptive Summary
Repository: Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University
Location: b
Call No.: MS Am 1808
Creator: Starbuck, George, 1931-.
Title: Poems,
Quantity: 1 box (.5 linear ft.)
Abstract: Poems of American poet George Starbuck.
Administrative Information
Acquisition Information:
Gift of George Starbuck; received: 1967.
Historical Note
Starbuck was an American poet, editor at Houghton Mifflin, and professor at Boston University.
Organized into the following series:
  • I. Miscellaneous poems II. Poems published in White paper (1966) III. Other materials
Scope and Content
Contains typescripts of most poems published in White Paper (1966), as well as various poems in autograph, typescript, or carbon copy, and miscellaneous material.
Container List
  • Series: I. Miscellaneous poems
      (1) Ancestral ground. TS. (carbon copy, unsigned); [n.p., 1961]. 1s.(1p.)
      With two other carbon copies 2s.(2p.)

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8. Starbuck, George, 1931-. Poems: Guide.
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9. Ploughshares, The Literary Journal
Contact PS. Support PS. Sitemap. Author Login. Authors Articles george starbuck. george starbuck, Pleasures of the Voyagers, Poetry, Spring 1988.

10. (Abigail STARBUCK - George STARBUCK )
Index of Persons Abigail starbuck george starbuck 112312 individuals, 43907 families from file CombinedHowells.ged (28 Apr 2002)
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(16 Feb 1603 - 12 Apr 1690)
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11. Ploughshares, The Literary Journal
Stanley, Jodee. Stanley, Lynn. Stansberry, Domenic. Stanton, Maura. starbuck, george.Starr, Teresa. Stearns, Martha. Stein, Dona. Stein, Kevin. Steinbach, Meredith.

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13. Santa Clarita Valley History In Pictures - George Starbuck
Return To Index. Walker Family Photos From george starbuck ยท PlaceritaSandCanyon. Joseph Reynier Family, SCV Pioneers by george
Return To Index Walker Family Photos
  • A Golden Legacy: The Walker Family of Placerita Canyon
  • Jean Joseph Reynier. (2 Views.)
  • Josephine Sambien Reynier, c. 1882.
  • Reynier Family, c. 1883.
  • Reynier Homestead in Sand Canyon. (Oversized.)
  • The Reynier Boys in Sand Canyon, c. 1900.
  • Herman Mosher's New Century Oil Well (3 Views), c. 1900.
  • Frank Walker's Oil-Gas-Water Separator.
  • 'Cap' Harmon's Gold Mining Sluice, 1890s-1900s.
  • The Hole Where the Gold Was Hid, c. 1907.
  • Walker Homestead, c. 1910s. 130K.
  • Clarence Walker, c. 1928.
  • Walker Family, c. 1930.
  • Oak of the Golden Dream.
  • Sycamores of the Golden Dreamm (Oversized).
  • Golden Oak Ceremony, 1930.
  • Natural Bridge in Placerita Canyon.
  • Padre Trail from Placerita to Mission S.F.
  • Frank Walker, 1935.
  • Reynier Home (2 Views), c. 1939.
  • Reynier Home, c. 1955.
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14. Joseph Reynier & Family, SCV Pioneers.
By george starbuck, His Great Grandson. January 2002. WALKER george starbuckis grandson of Hortence Walker and son of Melba Fisher. Return
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By GEORGE STARBUCK, His Great Grandson.
January 2002. WALKER FAMILY / GEORGE STARBUCK PHOTO INDEX Joseph reynier was born in the Southern Alps of France on March 30,1849. He spent a pleasant young life with his eight brothers and one sister. The family had a farm where they raised cattle, sheep, pigs and goats. During the time he was growing up in the Champsaur Valley there was a great deal of civil unrest and crop failures. Like many young men before them, he and his brother Mattieu heard talk of new opportunities in America and were directed on a course of new adventure. They set sail from La Havre in1864 along with Mattieu's wife Marie. Soon after arriving in New York and hearing all the talk of California they booked passages around the cape to San Francisco. They remained in San Francisco for several years and, after purchasing a herd of sheep, supplies and a wagon in 1867 they headed out taking a route across the state, over the Sierras at Donner Pass. Dropping into the Carson Valley, they continued into Bishop where they spent time letting the sheep graze. Southern California was their ultimate destination, but all during the trip they were looking for other favorable places to settle. The trip was slow and arduous, taking one year to drive the sheep into Los Angeles. Matthieu had decided to stay in the now growing community of Los Angeles, After hearing of available land for homesteading in the Placerita Canyon area, Joseph set out through the San Fernando Valley and up over the old Spanish trail to the mouth of the Placeritos. He passed many active placer mining operations being fed by water from the hand-dug flume that can still be seen in upper Placerita Canyon.

15. UVM College Of Engineering And Mathematics Board Of Advisors
george W. starbuck. george received a BS in biology and chemistry fromthe University of Vermont. He has worked as aquatic biologist
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Peter Bernhardt David Binch Phillip G. Cooper ... Steven Wildermuth
George W. Starbuck
George received a BS in biology and chemistry from the University of Vermont. He has worked as aquatic biologist for the Vermont Department of Water Resources as vice president and corporate director of Webster-Martin, Inc., as vice president and treasurer for Quatic of Massachusetts and as president and Chief Executive Officer of Aquatic, Inc., and as senior vice president and Northeast Regional Director for Inchcape Environmental. George has been a member of the UVM College of Engineering and Mathematics Board of Advisors since the Spring of 1994.
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16. CPR - George Starbuck: Telling The World By J. K. Halligan
Click here to recive news and leave comments for CPR.The late george starbuck (1931 1996) did not live to see his final work gathered into a collection.
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J. K. Halligan T elling the W orld Invisible Ink by George Starbuck. Edited by Kathryn Starbuck and Elizabeth Meese. The University of Alabama Press, 2002. 82 pp. $24.95. E-mail this site to a friend
The late George Starbuck (1931 - 1996) did not live to see his final work gathered into a collection. It was left to his widow to assemble the poems in Visible Ink , an appealingly quirky series of ruminations and divagations on subjects ranging from the invasion of Grenada to the deployment of refrigerator door magnets. To the last, Starbuck's trademark craftsmanship and wit are on display. Structure, technique, a conspicuous lack of ego and a prepossessing deftness of touch characterize everything this poet set his hand to.
Emerging from the cultural ferment of 1950s Boston, Starbuck made his debut with Bone Thoughts (1960), winner of the coveted Yale Younger Poets Prize, much to the envy of Sylvia Plathas her diary records. Starbuck enjoyed a turn in the limelight at a young age (the book went into several printings) before settling down to a life of teaching and the demands of family life. Apart from sporadic appearances in magazines and six published collections, his was a low profile career.
Neither as strident nor as discursively prolix as many of his contemporaries, Starbuck addressed issues of the day (McCarthy, the Bomb, Vietnam, Watergate) with an understated wit allied to a formal elegance:

17. Manuscripts
1974. 202, starbuck, george. Elegy in a Country Churchyard. Electrostatic copiesof typescript. 1975. 203, starbuck, george. Elegy in a Country Churchyard.

Table of Contents Historical Note Scope and Content Note ... Return to Special Collections Special Collections
MsG# 19
SERIES III MANUSCRIPTS DATES 5.5' (7 boxes, 1 oversize) This series contains poetry manuscripts, many of which were enclosed with the letters in the Correspondence series. They were removed and placed in this series, since other such enclosures were already separated from the covering letters. The series is divided into two subseries: "Manuscripts & Proofs of Books Published by Pym-Randall Press," and "Miscellaneous Manuscripts.'' A folder titled, "Pym-Randall Inventory," precedes the two subseries. It contains a copy of the typescript inventory of the archive done by James Randall when he was preparing to transfer the records to the University of Rhode Island. The "Inventory" contains valuable notes on the Press's publishing history. The "Manuscripts & Proofs of Books Published by Pym-Randall Press'' subsection contains all manuscripts, designs, and proofs for Pym-Randall publications. There are no manuscript materials for some books. It is arranged chronologically by year, and alphabetically by author and title within each year. Manuscripts, designs, and proofs are filed in separate folders for each book.

18. Books
98, starbuck, george. Election Day. Washington, DC Watershed Intermedia. SignatureSeries. 124, starbuck, george. Elegy in a Country Churchyard. Signed.

Table of Contents Historical Note Scope and Content Note ... Return to Special Collections Special Collections
MsG# 19
SERIES II BOOKS DATES 1.5' (3 Boxes) This series contains copies of books and pamphlets published by the Pym-Randall Press. It also contains some books published by Pym-Randall poets with other presses. The series is divided into three subseries: "Pamphlets and Broadsides," "Books and Pamphlets of Other Presses,'' and "Pym-Randall Books." The first subseries consists of twenty broadsides and pamphlets published by Pym-Randall. They are arranged chronologically, and then alphabetically by author within each year. Miscellaneous material is located at the end of this subseries. The second subseries, "Books and Pamphlets of Other Presses," contains six small items from other presses arranged alphabetically by author. The third subseries, "Pym-Randall Books," contains the seventeen bound books issued by the press by the year 1974 (the press's tenth anniversary), the tenth anniversary catalog, and variant copies of some of the books. It includes four additional books published by the press after 1974. It is arranged chronologically, and then alphabetically by author in each year.

19. Dia Center For The Arts Bookshop Category Name
Bone Thoughts starbuck, george AMS press $18.00,

20. Hussey Family Genealogy
Elizabeth starbuck, Joseph starbuck, george starbuck, Daniel, Albert, BenjaminM, William starbuck, Thomas starbuck, Elizabeth starbuck, Reuben, David M
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My 12 th Great Grandfather Hugh Hussey My 11 th Great Grandfather John Hussey Mary Wood or Woodlin Christopher My 10 th Great Grandfather Christopher Hussey Theodate Bachelor Stephen Hussey My 9 th Great Grandfather Stephen Hussey Martha Bunker Silvanus or Sylvanus Hussey My 8 th Great Grandfather Silvanus or Sylvanus Hussey Hephzibah Starbuck Christopher Sr My 7 th Great Grandfather Christopher Hussey, Sr. Mary Coffin Christopher Jr My 6 th Great Grandfather Christopher Hussey, Jr. Lydia Manchester Albert Hussey My 5 th Great Grandfather Albert Hussey Elizabeth Starbuck J oseph Starbuck My 4 th Great Grandfather Joseph Starbuck Hussey Lydia Emmet Pollard Alexander My 3 nd Great-Grandfather Alexander Hussey Manaiakalani Opunui Ka'ai-kaula Makanoe Emelia Davis George A.Hussey Sr. My 2 nd Great-Grandfather George Alika Hussey Sr.

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