Name American Antiquarian Society
Online Source https://www.americanantiquarian.org/
Description

The American Antiquarian Society is a national research library of American history and culture through 1876 which has been sharing American stories for more than two hundred years.

Citation

American Antiquarian Society. https://www.americanantiquarian.org/

Title List

Displaying 9 titles of 9 total.

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
14863 An elegy, sacred to the memory of the great divine, the Reverend and learned Dr. Samuel Cooper, who departed this life December 29, 1783, aetatis 59. By Phillis Peters. Wheatley, Phillis
1784
14961 Epistles on Women, Exemplifying their Character and Condition in Various Ages and Nations. With miscellaneous poems. By Lucy Aikin. Aikin, Lucy
Thomas B. Wait and Co. (Boston)
William Wells (Boston)
1810 [American 1]
14543 Forest of Montalbano: a novel. In four volumes. By the author of "Santo Sebastiano," and "The romance of the Pyrenees." Cuthbertson, Catherine
Thomas and Robert Desilver (Philadelphia)
Thomas Town (Philadelphia)
1812
14862 Liberty and Peace, a poem. By Phillis Peters. Wheatley, Phillis
1784
14555 Maria: Or, The Wrongs of Woman. A Posthumous Fragment. By Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin. Author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman. Wollstonecraft, Mary
1799 First American Edition
14544 Romance of the Pyrenees. In four volumes. By the author of Santo Sebastiano, a novel. First American, from the third London edition. Cuthbertson, Catherine
E. Little & Co. (Newburyport)
1809 First American, from the third London edition.
14545 Rosabella: or, A mother's marriage. A novel. By the author of The Romance of the Pyrenees; Santo Sebastiano, or, The Young Protector; The Forest of Montalbano; and Adelaide, or, The Countercharm. Five volumes in three. Cuthbertson, Catherine
James Eastburn & Co. (New York City)
1818
14546 Santo Sebastiano; or, The Young Protector. By the author of "The Romance of the Pyrenees." In three volumes. Cuthbertson, Catherine
Mathew Carey (Philadelphia)
1813
14400 The Oasis. Edited by Mrs. Child, author of "An Appeal in Favor of that Class of Americans Called Africans." Follen, Eliza Lee Cabot
Child, Lydia Maria Francis
Bradley, James
Whittier, Miss E. H.
May, Reverend S. J.
Florence,
Gould, Hannah Flagg
Whittier, John Greenleaf
Allen and Ticknor (Boston)
1834