ID 5001
Last Name Bowen
First Name Abel
Title
Gender Male
Date of Birth 1790
Date of Death 1850
Place of Birth New York City
Place of Death
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/7659353/#Bowen,_Abel,_1790-1850
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abel_Bowen
Image URL https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:AbelBowen_engraver_Boston.png
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Role Title Date
Engraver Lazy Lawrence. By Miss Edgeworth. (Munroe & Francis' Edition). 1810
Engraver Mademoiselle Panache. By Miss Edgeworth. Illustrated with cuts. Munroe & Francis' edition. 1810
Engraver Simple Susan. By Miss Edgeworth. With Cuts. (Munroe & Francis' Edition.) 1810
Engraver The False Key. By Miss Maria Edgeworth. With Cuts. (Munroe & Francis' Edition.) 1810
Engraver Evenings at Home, or, The Juvenile Budget Opened: Consisting of a Variety of Miscellaneous Pieces for the Instruction and Amusement of Young Persons. By Mrs. Barbauld and Dr. Aikin. In Two Volumes. 1813
Engraver A mother's advice to her son and daughter. By the Marchioness de Lambert. First American edition. 1814
Engraver A Narrative of the Shipwreck and Unparalleled Sufferings of Mrs. Sarah Allen, (late of Boston) on her Passage in May Last from New-York to New Orleans. Being the Substance of a Letter from the Unfortunate Mrs. Allen to her Sister in Boston. The Second Edition. 1816
Engraver A Narrative of the Shipwreck and Unparalleled Sufferings of Mrs. Sarah Allen, (late of Boston) on her Passage in May Last from New-York to New Orleans. Being the Substance of a Letter from the Unfortunate Mrs. Allen to her Sister in Boston. The Second Edition. 1816
Engraver A Narrative of the Shipwreck and Unparalleled Sufferings of Mrs. Sarah Allen, (Late of Boston) on her Passage in May Last from New-York to New Orleans. Being the Substance of a Letter from the Unfortunate Mrs. Allen to her Sister in Boston. The Second Edition. 1817
Engraver The history of little Henry and his bearer. From the second London edition. 1817
Engraver The history of little Henry and his bearer. Second Andover Edition. 1818
Engraver A sketch of my friend's family, intended to suggest some practical hints on religion and domestic manners. By Mrs. Marshall, author of Henwick tales. Third edition. 1819
Engraver Dgeworth's[sic] Harry and Lucy Parts I. II. III. IV. With The Address to Mothers, Little Dog Trusty, Orange Man, and The Cherry Orchard. Complete in One Volume. Munroe and Francis' Edition, with Wood Cuts. 1821
Engraver Edgeworth's Harry and Lucy Parts I. II. III. IV. With The Address to Mothers, Little Dog Trusty, Orange Man, and The Cherry Orchard. Complete in One Volume. Munroe and Francis' Edition, with Wood Cuts. 1824
Engraver Rosamond. By Maria Edgeworth. Parts I. II. III. IV. and the Sequel. Complete in Two Volumes ... Munroe and Francis' Edition, With Wood Cuts. 1824
Engraver Tales of the Pemberton family; For the use of children. By Amelia Opie 1825
Engraver The Deformed Boy. By the Author of "Redwood," &c. 1826
Illustrator A natural history of the most remarkable quadrupeds, birds, fishes, serpents, reptiles, and insects. 1832
Engraver Five Years of Youth; Or, Sense and Sentiment. By Harriet Martineau, author of "Times of the Saviour." First American Edition. 1832

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"Bowen, Abel" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Person ID 5001, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/person/5001. Accessed 2024-07-22.

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