Rich in detail, here are the lapping waters and whispering pine trees, the dancing fireflies and swiftly running reindeer of longfellows. He showed up on thanksgiving day 1906 at the starting line in lakefield for the examiners annual. By the shore of gitche gumee, by the shining bigseawater, at the doorway of his wigwam, in the pleasant summer morning, hiawatha stood and waited. Henry wadsworth longfellow, harrison fisher illustratorhiawatha 1906 bobbs merrill company 1906 bobbs merrill company, indianapolis 1906. The story of hiawatha revised edition abridged for the. Fisher 1906 1st thus the song of hiawatha by henry wadsworth longfellow illustrations by harrison fisher decorations by e. The song of hiawatha is based on the legends and stories of many north american indian tribes, but especially those of the ojibway indians of northern michigan, wisconsin, and minnesota. In this excerpt of some of its most lyrical verses, artist susan jeffers illuminates longfellows hypnotic account of hiawatha s boyhood. Hiawatha leather bound 1898 and 1899 answered by a verified antique expert. The song of hiawatha harrison fisher kk art, poster prints, native. Sing, o song of hiawatha, of the happy days that followed, in the land of the ojibways, in the pleasant land and peaceful.
The story of hiawatha revised edition abridged for the use of schools hardcover 1923 by e norris author. The site is updated daily with information about every book, author, illustrator, and publisher in the childrens young adult book industry. I first read the song of hiawatha in 1956 and have reread it a dozen times to the point that my book fell apart and this replaced it. The soft leather cover is worn and tattered along the edges. This book is in good condition, with some signs of wear and aging. In good shape for its age, spinebinding seems pretty solid still shipped with usps media mail. We specialize in making it easier for you to get the books.
In many cases we do not know the origin of these goods. Etsy is the home to thousands of handmade, vintage, and oneofakind products and gifts related to your search. Song of hiawatha longfellow harrison fisher 16 color pls 1906 stetson crawford. The story of hiawatha revised edition abridged for the use of schools e norris on. Book number two is lorna doone both vol i and ii in book written by r. I have an old book, the song of hiawatha longfellow, which is leather bound and there is an inscription it was given as a gift dated july 1865.
The song of hiawathabook xiii wikisource, the free. Alibris is one of the premier rare and outofprint book sites on the internet. And the waves upon the margin rising, rippling on the pebbles, sobbed, farewell, o hiawatha. Use the search box above begin by completing the title and author fields. And the heron, the shuhshuhgah, from her haunts among the fenlands, screamed, farewell, o hiawatha. Its cover is red unlike quite a few 1906 editions ive seen online, has gold lettering, and an illustration of hiawatha in the center. Isbn 9780548484944 9780548484944 softcover, kessinger publishing, llc, 2007. The song of hiawatha with illustrations by harrison fisher. The song of hiawatha book longfellow minnehaha edition 1898 cherryvale kansas ks. He was also the first american to translate dante alighieris the divine comedy and was one of the five members of the group known as the fireside poets. How to search on abebooks to find the value of your book. Reduced the song of hiawatha copyright 1898 by henry. Longfellows song of hiawatha 1898 first edition after his death in 1882, henry wadsworth longfellow was the first american whose bust was placed in the poets corner in westminster abbey a fitting tribute to this master of the long, narrative poem.
Has spinebinding issues, but pages are very strong. Rich in imagery and detail, the exquisitely rendered paintings introduce readers to one of americas favorite poems. Buy online hiawatha henry wadsworth hiawatha henry. Its edges are a bit worn and frayed on the bottom and the right edge. Members include published authors and illustrators, librarians, agents, editors, publicists, booksellers, publishers and fans. Find the hiawatha henry wadsworth you need at prices you want. The song of hiawatha is based on the legends and stories of many. Store closures, insurance claims, misguided cargo, post office undeliverable packages or unclaimed merchandise.
The song of hiawatha with illustrations by harrison fisher henry wadsworth. The song of hiawatha by henry wadsworth longfellow. Unfollow hiawatha book to stop getting updates on your ebay feed. Henry wadsworth longfellow was an american poet whose works include paul reveres ride, the song of hiawatha, and evangeline. English leader and cofounder of the iroquois confederacy. I have a 1906 copy of henry wadsworth longfellows hiawatha with illustrations by harrison fisher. The majority of the pages are in wonderful condition with full color. This present volume was published in 1898 at new york and boston by thomas y. Vintage book the song of hiawatha by henry wadsworth. The song of hiawathabook xxii wikisource, the free.
Jul 12, 2018 illustrations by various artists from the song of hiawatha by henry wadsworth longfellow. Henry wadsworth longfellow, harrison fisher illustrator hiawatha 1906 bobbs merrill company 1906 bobbs merrill company, indianapolis 1906. Hiawatha by henry wadsworth longfellow, small leatherbound book. Attractively illustrated edition of longfellows popular epic poem about native american life along the shores of gitchee gumi, lake superior. When i picked the song of hiawatha, i admit i was a little concerned that i would have visions of the bugs bunny cartoon running through my head the. Some images display only as thumbnails outside the library of congress because of rights considerations, but you have access to larger size images on site. They were collected by henry rowe schoolcraft, the reknowned historian, pioneer explorer, and geologist. Sing the mysteries of mondamin, sing the blessing of the cornfields. Green, illustrated hardcovers with gilt titles on the spine and upper cover. Use the search box above to find fond treasures from your childhood or that one book that has escaped your collection thus far. Vintage book hiawatha frederic remington illustrated edition 1968. Rare books for sale, buy antique books from alibris. Editions of the song of hiawatha by henry wadsworth longfellow.
Events in the story are set in the pictured rocks area on the south shore of lake. The song of hiawathabook xxii wikisource, the free online. The song of hiawatha is an 1855 epic poem in trochaic tetrameter by henry wadsworth longfellow which features native american characters. Spine a little faded and worn, corners a little frayed.
Gibbins titled industry in england in very good condition. You shall bless tonight the cornfields, draw a magic circle round them, to protect them from destruction, blast of mildew, blight of insect, wagemin, the thief of cornfields. When we know the origin of the product, we describe it in the auction listing. Song of hiawatha by longfellow, first edition abebooks. Annotated reference guide to collectible books and original prints. With a 38page outline and six finished chapters, he pitched it around hollywood in 1998 for a film by the same name, based upon events surrounding the great san francisco earthquake and fire of 1906. One book is james carvel by winston churchill, published in 1899 and inside the front cover has been written cornelia wetmore chapell july 3rd, 1899. Rare 1906 edition of book the song of hiawatha by longfellow with beautiful illustrations by harrison fisher. Published by charles scribners sons 153157 fifth ave, ny. I cant find a date on it, but it looks old, certainly pre1900. See more ideas about henry wadsworth longfellow, various artists and illustration. No matter what youre looking for or where you are in the world, our global marketplace of sellers can help you find unique and affordable options. Cards harrison fisher illustration from the song of hiawatha by longfellow, 1906.
In this excerpt of some of its most lyrical verses, artist susan jeffers illuminates longfellows hypnotic account of hiawathas boyhood. I have a book called hiawatha by wadsworth longfellow with. Measures about 4 14 x 7, soft leather cover, 186 pages. Once, when all the maize was planted, hiawatha, wise and thoughtful, spake and said to minnehaha, to his wife, the laughing water. Houghton mifflin and company, boston and new york 1906. He taught agriculture, navigation, medicine, and the arts, conquering. The song of hiawatha by henry wadsworth longfellow copyright. Well known to book collectors and booklovers, our site is an excellent resource for discovering a rough value of an old book. Oblong folios are produced the same way but bound at the short edge, producing a book typically more than 14 inches deep. All the air was full of freshness, all the earth was bright and joyous. Thus departed hiawatha, hiawatha the beloved, in the glory of the sunset, in the purple mists of evening. Hiawatha book 1906 henry wadsworth longfellow, illustrated by harrison fisher sign in to check out check out as guest adding to your cart the item youve selected was not added to your cart.
The song of hiawathabook xiii wikisource, the free online. Folio book composed of sheets that are folded once and printed on both sides, making two leaves and four pages. Alternatively, you can purchase copies of various types through library of congress duplication services. In good shape for its age, spinebinding seems pretty solid still. Hiawatha book 1906 henry wadsworth longfellow, illustrated by harrison fisher 97859516312 ebay. In this stunning picture book, susan jeffers has illuminated some the poems most lyrical verses depicting hiawathas childhood. The story of hiawatha revised edition abridged for the use of schools. This is for a nice little book ofthe song of hiawatha by henry wadsworth longfellow. In this stunning picture book, susan jeffers has illuminated some the poems most lyrical verses depicting hiawatha s childhood. Blackmore, published in 1893 and with illustrations by frank t. James dalessandro grants his book was partially inspired by a. Look inside the book and identify the book s publisher complete the publisher field but leave out terms like limited, company or press. Henry wadsworth longfellow rare books and memorabilia.
Jun 21, 2018 hiawatha offered atotarho the leading role as the chief sachem or great chief, with his home in onondaga as the central meeting place for the grand council. In his miraculous character, hiawatha was the incarnation of human progress and civilization. He was a leader of the onondaga people, the mohawk people, or both. Nokomishiawatha regional park nokomishiawatha regional park includes approximately 660 acres of land and water surrounding lakes nokomis and.33 1000 713 567 892 290 833 1367 1025 256 1577 554 969 651 642 1340 247 872 433 62 1494 693 1025 875 533 654 162 1144 623 436 250 1314 235 1108 613 1232 432 901 403