Hawthorne as Editor: Selections from His Writings in the American Magazine of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge

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General Index
Abdy, Edward Strutt, 263
Abercromby, Gen. James, 125, 125n
Abstinence, 234
Acadians, 127n
Accidents, odd, 230-31
Account of an Expedition from Pittsburg to the Rocky Mountains, 268
Adams, John, 11, 41, 42-52, 263
Adams, Samuel, 44
Adrian, Emperor, 56
Adventures of a Younger Son, 271
Adventures on the Colombia River, 265
Africa, 79, 88
Albany, New York, 21
Alden, John, 42
Alexander the Great, 55, 56
Algiers, 82; pirates of, 120
Algiers, with Notices of the Neighbouring States, 268
All Fools' Day, 106-8
Allen, Richard, 65nn
Allen, Zachariah, 263
"Ambitious Guest, The", 108n
American Annual Register, The, 264
American Builder's General Price Book, The, 266
American Engraving Company, 1n
American Gardener's Magazine, The, 263
American Journal of Science and Arts, The, 88, 88n, 123n, 169, 169n, 189, 189n, 195, 195n, 263
American Journal of the Medical Sciences, The, 238, 263
American Magazine of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge, The: Hawthorne's editorship of, 1 ff.; publishers of, 1n; Alden Bradford's editorship of, 2; Hawthorne's comments on, 4, 5, 5n; editorial policies of, 4, 5, 8, 9, 13, 13n; contents of, under Hawthorne's editorship, 8, 10; neutrality of, under Hawthorne's editorship, 11
American Monthly Magazine, The, 12n, 221n, 263
American Notebooks, The, 99n
American Ornithology, 263, 272
American Quarterly Review, The, 263
American Traveller, The, 265
Americanisms, 249
Amherst, Sir Jeffrey, 125-30, 125n
Ancestral Footstep, The, 131n
Ancient Chronicles, 266
Andes, 252
Andros, Sir Edmund, 99, 99n
Anecdote, an, 146
Animal Kingdom, The, 265
Animals: ass, 208; beavers, 144-45, 200; bull, 208; camels, 241; cats, 199, 208; dogs, 192-93, 208; goat, 208; hare, 208; horses, 145-46, 195-98, 199-200, 208, 223-24, 237, 249; orang outang, 209; oxen, 113, 208; sheep, 113, 208; influence of music on, 199-201; life span of, 208-9; uses of dead, 195-98
Anne, Empress of Russia, 184
Anne, Queen of England, 186

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Table of Contents vii
  • Introduction 1
  • Biography 15
  • History and Geography 53
  • Nature, Science, Industry And Architecture 163
  • Literary Criticism 213
  • Miscellaneous Items 227
  • Appendix 261
  • Books and Authors 263
  • Index of Selections 273
  • General Index 275
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