No one guessed the quiet pleasure that lay hidden in her heart when she watched the girl's dark head bent over her lessons at night, nor dreamed of her joy it, certain quiet evenings when Miranda went to prayer meeting; evenings when Rebecca would read aloud Hiawatha
or Barbara Frietchie, The Bugle Song, or The Brook.
was a new book during one of those terrible Lake Shore winters, but all the other poems were old friends with me by that time.
The two main characters in the tale, Hiawatha
and the Peacemaker, are thought to be real persons who lived in pre-Columbian North America in the fourteenth century.
Global Banking News-April 14, 2015--Minnesota Bank & Trust to expand Hiawatha
March 21, 1915: Huddersfield Choral Society confirmed three concerts for the forthcoming season - Verdi's Requiem, The Messiah and Coleridge-Taylor's Hiawatha
to build a playground at Hiawatha
Leadership Academy Northrop in Minneapolis.
Volunteers build playground in single day as Delta contributes surprise $10,000 check to Hiawatha
Leadership Academy - Northrop
Boston Globe technology reporter Hiawatha
Bray chronicles the evolution of navigational and mapmaking tools and how they have shaped modern society.
ON JULY 19, two American Forests colleagues and I met with four Hiawatha
National Forest representatives in Michigan's upper peninsula to evaluate a project that has been very important to American Forests history--the continuing journey to save the Kirtland's warbler, an endeavor that began with our very first Global ReLeaf project in 1990.
The two boxers escaped from their fenced yard in the 19900 block of Hiawatha
Street on March 19, and terrorized several people, officials said.
The master of Ballydoyle also runs pacemaker Song Of Hiawatha
rail line, led by speedy Art Deco styled engines unique to their section of the route, carried passengers between Chicago and the Twin Cities from 1935 to 1970.