Catalog Record: The rose of sharon : a religious souvenir | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The rose of sharon : a religious souvenir.

Related Names: Sawyer, Caroline M. 1812-1894., Bacon, Henry 1813-1856., Read, Thomas Buchanan 1822-1872., Greeley, Horace 1811-1872., Fuller, Margaret 1810-1850., Cary, Alice 1820-1871., Cary, Phoebe 1824-1871., Adams, John G. 1810-1887., Pelton, Oliver 1798-1882., Mayo, Sarah C. Edgarton 1819-1848.
Language(s): English
Published: Boston, Mass. : A. Tompkins and B. B. Mussey, 1840-1857.
Subjects: Christian poetry, American.
Christian literature, American.
American poetry > 19th century.
Gift books > 19th century > United States.
Gift books > 19th century > United States.
Note: Thompson: "1857 reappeared as The Rose of sharon for all seasons, Boston, Tompkins, 1858...Longest lived of American literary annuals. Best known contributors are J.G. Adams, Henry Bacon, Alice and Phoebe Cary, Margaret Fuller (1846), Horace Greeley, and TB. Read...Oliver Pelton engraved most of the plates..."
Last word of subtitle spelled "souvenier" in 1852, 1853, 1854 and 1855.
Description based on 1848.
Editor: <1840-1849> Sarah C. Edgarton; <1850-1857> by Mrs. C.M. Sawyer.
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 17 cm.
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