Henry Wadsworth Longfellow


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Noun1.Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - United States poet remembered for his long narrative poems (1807-1882)Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - United States poet remembered for his long narrative poems (1807-1882)
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For Henry Wadsworth Longfellow the years 1861-65 represented a time of shattering personal loss, shadowed by the national tragedy of the Civil War," Mr.
WESTMINSTER -You don't have to go to Boston or an auction house to bid on a Henry Wadsworth Longfellow signature, a Wallace Nutting painting or a signed and numbered Audubon print.
Near Portland, Maine, see Bowdoin College, alma mater to both Nathaniel Hawthorne and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and spend a day at the LL Bean Factory Outlet in nearby Freeport.
Tamari Parisi's third-grade class at Reingold Elementary School in Fitchburg recently read several books about Patriot's Day, including two about Paul Revere's ride, following the poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
If not, then the American chestnut, much like the village smithy romanticized by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in 1841, would be relegated to the pages of poetry and history.
Johnson, who has long been associated with the WCPA, currently serving as treasurer, has also lectured about the works of Robert Frost and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Zion Church, with financial contributions from "colored people" and others such as Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow might not have written a poem about him, and it's unlikely he'll be remembered at Patriot's Day activities in Lexington and Concord this weekend, but Massachusetts residents - and indeed all citizens of the United States - owe a debt of gratitude to Israel Bissell.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote that he detected a "transition state about Christmas here in New England.
The brief glimpse of a "spreading chestnut tree'' in a poem by 19th-century writer Henry Wadsworth Longfellow went from a pleasingly familiar image anyone would recognize (there are lots of streets named Chestnut Street in American towns and cities, including Worcester) to something that was functionally extinct.
We passed many landmarks and hidden gems, including the childhood home of poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and the Portland Head Light, Maine's oldest lighthouse.
Our final stop was in Portland, where we toured the Georgian Wadsworth-Longfellow House, childhood home of 19th century American 'poet laureate' Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.