2 edition of Fannie Hardy Eckstorm found in the catalog.
Fannie Hardy Eckstorm
Jeanne Patten Whitten
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Jeanne Patten Whitten.|
|Series||Northeast folklore ;, v. 16|
|LC Classifications||GR1 .N65 vol. 16, F25 .N65 vol. 16|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||107 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||76024192|
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Fannie Pearson Hardy Eckstorm (–) was an American writer, ornithologist and folklorist. Her extensive personal knowledge of her native state of Maine secured her place as one of the foremost authorities on the history, wildlife, cultures, and lore of the region. Fannie Hardy Eckstorm was an American author, ornithologist and folklorist. Her extensive personal knowledge of her native state of Maine secured her place as one of the foremost authorities on the history, wildlife, cultures, and lore of the region.
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-Fannie Hardy Eckstorm and Her Quest for Local Knowledge () Fannie Pearson Hardy Eckstorm (–) was an American writer, ornithologist and folklorist. In "The Pendebscot Man" Fannie Hardy Eckstorm has given us a collection of stories of the Maine river men/5(7).
Fannie Eckstorm ran a bunk house in Bangor Maine at the turn of the century and tells us tales she heard from the loggers themselves. Penobscot Man is one of the most sought after books about the rough and tumble men that cut the white pines during Winter and drove them downriver to saw mills at Millinocket and Bangor during the Spring /5(7).
Fannie Hardy Eckstorm is the author of The Penobscot Man ( avg rating, 7 ratings, 1 review, published ), Old John Neptune and Other Maine Indian 4/5. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Fannie Hardy Eckstorm books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. The Penobscot Man [Fannie Hardy Eckstorm] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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This work is in. : Fannie Hardy Eckstorm. Skip to main content. Try Prime All Go Search EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime. Fannie Hardy Eckstorm wrote extensively, publishing The Woodpeckers in and The Bird Book in Other books followed shortly, including Penobscot Man in and David Libbey: Penobscot Woodsman and River-Driver, published in User Review - Flag as inappropriate An excellent read, thanks.
I'm a relative of Charles Prouty. I think he did the right thing and was a very lucky survivor and was saved by fate from an impossible situation.5/5(1). Fannie Hardy Eckstorm. Original draft of a book review of Antiquities of the New England Indians: with Notes on the Ancient Cultures of the Adjacent Territory by Charles C.
Willoughby. Published in the New England Quarterly. Digitized from Box 2, Folder 1, of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers.
Eckstorm, Fannie Hardy. “The New England Quarterly.”. Fannie Pearson Hardy Eckstorm, American writer and ornithologist whose extensive personal knowledge of her native Maine informed her authoritative publications on the history, wildlife, cultures, and lore of the region.
Fannie Hardy was the daughter of a well-known fur trader, outdoorsman. By: Fannie Hardy Eckstorm () The Woodpeckers is a wonderful introduction to the world of bird study for the young naturalist, covering such topics as how he finds food, courting, how he builds his nest, the interesting ways he uses his different body parts as tools, among other topics discussed in the : Fannie Hardy Eckstorm.
Eckstorm, Fannie Hardy. The Bird Book. Boston, MA. Heath. Eckstorm, Fannie Hardy. Papers (Cataloger Note: A collection of letters, ballads, texts, clippings, and notes on ballads and folksongs collected in the Maine-New Brunswick area.
Most of the material prior to ’s is from printed sources.) [University of Maine. Fannie Hardy Eckstorm – Fannie Hardy was born inin Brewer, Maine.
Her father, Manly Hardy, was a fur trader, and Eckstorm took numerous trips into the northern Maine woods with him. In these trips she first heard the folk tales and folk songs of the lumbermen, hunters, and Indians of. The Bird Book by Fannie Hardy Eckstorm.
This book is a reproduction of the original book published in and may have some imperfections such as marks or hand-written : Fannie Hardy Eckstorm. Fannie Hardy Eckstorm was born Fannie Pearson Hardy in Brewer, Maine, on J Her father, Manly Hardy, was a fur trader, naturalist, and taxidermist from whom she gained an appreciation for wildlife.
Fannie Hardy would often accompany her father on trips into the northern Maine woods, where she became interested in the folk songs and. Fannie Hardy Eckstorm was born Fannie Pearson Hardy in Brewer, Maine, on J Her father, Manly Hardy, was a fur trader, naturalist, and taxidermist from whom she gained an appreciation for wildlife.
Fannie Hardy would often accompany her. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company; Riverside Press, Cambridge, 12mo 7” x 5”, pictorial red cloth stamped in black and gold. xii, 3, pp. Early pencil presentation inscription on front endpaper: “Aunt Margaret with love from Alice.”.
First edition of this Maine classic on the log drivers of the West Penobscot River. ECKSTORM, Fannie HardyBorn 18 JuneBrewer, Maine; died 31 DecemberBrewer, MaineDaughter of Manly and Emeline F. Wheeler Hardy; married Jacob A.
Eckstorm, (died ); children: two Source for information on Eckstorm, Fannie Hardy: American Women Writers: A Critical Reference Guide from Colonial Times to the Present dictionary. Fannie Pearson Hardy Eckstorm, född 18 juni och död 31 decembervar en amerikansk författare, ornitolog och folklorist, som till största delen var verksam på i delstaten Maine, där hon både föddes och stora kunskap om delstaten gjorde henne till en av de största auktoriteterna på regionens historia, natur och kultur.
The Woodpeckers by Fannie Hardy Eckstorm ( - ) 00 - Forward: The Riddlers 01 - How to Know a Woodpecker 02 - How the Woodpecker Catches a Grub 03 - How.It includes material related to Manly Hardy and his daughter Fannie Hardy Eckstorm, as well as an extensive reprint collection of publications in natural history and zoology.
Included are notes, articles, clippings, photographs, reprints, ledgers, typescripts, illustrations, card indexes, and correspondence of Ralph S. Palmer, Jonathan Titcomb.The Penobscot Man book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Fannie Pearson Hardy Eckstorm (–) was an American writer, ornith /5(1).