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Mary Moody Emerson and the origins of transcendentalism 2 editions

Cover of: Mary Moody Emerson and the origins of transcendentalism by Phyllis Cole

Excerpts

Bulkeley, Waldo, Moody, Bliss: these names, all preserved in the small circle of "M.M.E. and the boys," were a roll call of generations and intermarriages stretching back to the Puritans' Great Migration of the 1630s.
added anonymously.

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Library of Congress F8 .C67 1998
Dewey 974/.03

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2 editions

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Cover of: Mary Moody Emerson and the origins of transcendentalism
1998, Oxford University Press
Mary Moody Emerson and the origins of transcendentalism
in English
Cover of: Mary Moody Emerson and the Origins of Transcendentalism
February 18, 2002, Oxford University Press, USA
Mary Moody Emerson and the Origins of Transcendentalism
in English

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