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(p. 725) Index

(p. 725) Index

Abbey, Edward, 643, 644, 654–57
Abbot, Francis Ellingwood, 66, 67, 369, 618, 619, 620, 621
Abbott, Jacob: Rollo Books, 377
Abraham, 447
Abstract of the Seventh Census of the United States, 510
Adam, 142, 225, 389, 606
Adams, Ansel, 453
Adams, Hannah, 57, 349
Adams, Henry, 313
Adams, Mary Newberry, 358, 662
Adams, Raymond, 665, 666
Addams, Jane, 236
Addison, Elizabeth: “Families and Friendships,” 524–36
Addison, Joseph, 9
Adirondack mountains, 420, 465
Adler, Felix, 67
Adventurer, 18
Aeschines, 3
Æschylus, 6, 7;
Prometheus Bound, 4;
Seven Against Thebes, 4
Aesthetic Papers, 214, 363, 471, 631
Aesthetics, 559–71
Agassiz, Louis, 337, 578, 579, 589, 648;
Principles of Zoology, 589, 590
Agiocochook, Mount, 398
Ahlstrom, Sidney, 124, 618
Aitteon, Joe, 204, 399
Albanese, Catherine L., 131, 645
Albany, Georgia, 637
Albert, Charles, 80
Albert, Judith Strong, 237
Alcott, Abigail May: and antislavery, 192, 211, 219, 357, 529, 530;
and Fruitlands, 236, 250, 253, 257, 259, 534;
on Walt Whitman, 275
Alcott, Amos Bronson, 45, 184, 218, 249–59 passim, 299, 430, 442, 533–34, 646–47;
and Adam Smith, 22;
and antislavery, 211, 630;
and Asian literature, 29, 33–34;
and biography, 434, 435;
and Brook Farm, 227, 254;
and George Gordon, Lord Byron, 91;
and Thomas Carlyle, 533–34;
and Christian Science, 131, 242;
and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 90–91;
and Concord, Massachusetts, 480–83 passim, 486–91 passim;
and Concord School of Philosophy, 168–69;
and Caroline Healy Dall, 301, 349, 354;
and Dial, 374;
and economics, 137;
and education, 89, 91, 156, 157–59, 167, 257, 332, 524, 531;
and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 107, 176, 268, 311, 464, 529–30, 533;
and environmentalist thought, 177–78;
and evolutionary theory, 594–95;
and Margaret Fuller, 146, 157, 301, 302, 531;
and Nathaniel Hawthorne, 300;
and health, 242, 243, 251–52;
and journal keeping, 253, 292, 295, 297, 299, 301;
and letter writing, 310, 311, 312;
and John Locke, 11;
and mesmerism, 242;
and John Milton, 91;
and moral absolute, 192–93;
and Native Americans, 199;
and Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, 157, 158–59, 301, 349, 354, 529–30, 531;
and Plato, 355, 356–57;
and print culture, 104;
and religion, 370;
and Henry David Thoreau, 192, 194, 196 n.1, 460, 464, 630;
and Transcendental Club, 51;
and Unitarianism, 54;
and Walden Pond, 662;
and Walt Whitman, 274, 282, 301, 357;
and William Wordsworth, 90–91;
as lecturer, 168;
Conversations, 342, 343, 348–60 passim, 534–35;
electronic resources, 682, 685, 686, 687;
Ralph Waldo Emerson on, 312, 529;
on Jesus, 158, 351, 352, 356, 357;
on lectures, 331;
on spiritualism, 129;
on Henry David Thoreau, 274, 631, 660;
on Walt Whitman, 268, 274;
Edgar Allan Poe on, 599;
Temple School, 60, 157–58, 211, 225, 301, 311, 348, 351–52, 443, 528
Writings by: “The Consociate Family Life,” 251, 256;
“Conversation” [lecture], 353, 357;
Conversations with Children on the Gospels, 158, 159, 301–02, 351, 356, 529, 687;
The Doctrine and Discipline of Human Culture, 352, 356;
“Fruitlands,” 256;
How Like an Angel Came I Down: Conversations with Children on the Gospels, 687;
“Intelligence,” 243;
“Mysteries of Human Life,” 356;
“New England Women's Club Conversations,” 356, 357;
“Orphic Sayings,” 378, 379, 380, 532, 570, 597;
“Parliament on the Times,” 356;
“Personal Beauty,” 357;
“Personal Theism,” 357;
“Plato,” 357;
Record of a School: Exemplifying the General Principles of Spiritual Culture, 91, 158;
“Woman,” 357 See also Fruitlands
(p. 726) Alcott, Anna: see Anna Alcott Pratt
Alcott, Elizabeth Sewall, 243, 250, 253, 530
Alcott family, 242, 253, 531;
and Concord, Massachusetts, 482;
and science and technology, 573;
and Walden Pond, 661
Alcott House [Concord, Massachusetts], 158, 529
Alcott, Louisa May, 107, 161, 162, 218, 234–35, 243, 246, 299, 487;
and Caroline Healey Dall, 232;
and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 232, 481;
and Fruitlands, 250–59 passim;
and religion, 370;
and Henry David Thoreau, 232;
and Walt Whitman, 282;
and woman's rights, 232, 235–36;
electronic resources, 686
Writings by: Flower Fables, 232;
Hospital Sketches, 233;
Little Women, 483;
Moods, 232–33;
An Old-Fashioned Girl, 246–47;
“Transcendental Wild Oats,” 236;
Work, 235–36
Alcott, May: see May Alcott Nieriker
Alcott, William Andrus, 157, 242–46 passim
Alexander the Great, 28
Alexie, Sherman, 675, 676
Allegheny Mountain Health Institute, 646
Allegheny Mountains, 646
Allen, Francis H., 304–05
Allen, Gay Wilson, 322
Allen, Joseph Henry, 396
Allen, Mary Ware, 160
Allston, Washington, 93, 378, 442–49, 450 n.2;
Beatrice, 444, 447;
Belshazzar's Feast, 445;
The Dead Man Restored to Life, by Touching the Bones of the Prophet Elisha, 443, 446;
The Evening Hymn, 444;
Italian Landscape, 443;
Italian Shepherd Boy, 447;
Jeremiah Dictating His Prophecy of the Destruction of Jerusalem to Baruch, the Scribe, 446–47;
The Roman Lady Reading, 444;
Rosalie, 444, 448, 449;
Uriel in the Sun, 449;
The Valentine, 444
Allyn, Abba: see Abba Allyn Francis
Alpine Club, 649
American and Gazette, 646
American Anti-Slavery Society, 211
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 579
American Authors [web site], 683
American Journal of Education, 331, 332
American Literary History, 687
American Literary Scholarship, 684
American Literature, 687
American Lyceum, 331, 332
American Memory project, 686
American Men of Letters series, 430, 431
American Monthly Magazine, 375
American Oriental Society, 34
American Peace Society, 192
American Periodicals, 361
American Periodicals Series Online, 361, 381
American Revolution, 70–74, 111, 479, 480, 631
American Social Science Association, 233
American Transcendental Quarterly, 687
American Transcendental Web, 683
American Unitarian Association, 52, 64, 66
The American Verse Project [web site], 686
American Woman Suffrage Association, 234, 368
Amherst, Massachusetts, 278
Ammons, A. R., 672, 676, 677, 679
Amory Hall [Boston], 242, 246
Anabaptists, 504
Anacreontea, 4
Anderson, Benedict, 363
Anderson, Charles R., 305
Anderson, Esther Howe Wheeler, 667, 668
Anderson, Helen Van, 134 n.2
Andersonian University [Glasgow], 331
Anderson, Sherwood, 381
Andover Theological Seminary, 87, 89
Andrews, William, 211
Angelou, Maya, 678
Anglican Church, 501, 502
Animal magnetism: see mesmerism
Anthology Society, 445
Anthony, Susan B., 222, 234
Anti-Federalists, 4
Antigone, 392
Antioch College, 63
Antislavery, 145–50, 191–94, 210–21, 626, 627, 630–31;
and communities, 255;
and Dial, 380;
and Fugitive Slave Law of 1850, 82–83;
and Hungarian Revolution, 81;
and lyceum movement, 336;
and Western Messenger, 364;
movement in Britain, 497, 498, 500, 505–06, 510
Apache National Forest, 654
Apess, William, 206–07;
Eulogy on King Philip, 206;
Indian Nullification, 206
Appalachian Mountain Club, 649
Appalachian Trail, 653
Appleton, Daniel, 106
Appomattox, Battle of, 82
Arabia, 495
Arabian Nights, 29
Archard, Eliza, 626
Architecture, 460–68
Arcturus, 598
Aristotle, 55, 90, 547, 552;
Poetics, 5–6
Arminianism, 40
Arminius, Jacobus, 40
Arnim, Bettine von, 350, 354
Arnold, Edwin, 34: Light of Asia, 34
Arnold, Matthew, 184
Ashbery, John, 672, 673, 676, 677, 679–80
Asian influences, 27–37
Asian religions, 618, 625
Asiatic Ordinance, 634
(p. 727) Asiatic Society of Bengal, 28
Aspasia, 225, 228, 231, 232, 354, 486
Associated Press, 638
Associated Western Literary Societies, 333
Associationism, 76, 179, 228–29, 251, 471, 624 See also Fourierism
Astor House [New York], 273
Athanasian Creed, 52
Athens, Greece, 488
Atkinson, Henry George: Letters on the Laws of Man's Nature and Development, 505
Atlantic Monthly, 277, 278, 285, 286, 380, 398, 413, 414, 419, 420, 652
Audubon, John James, 642
Augst, Thomas, 340
Austin, J. L., 553
Autobiography, 426–37 passim
Avallone, Charlene, 201
Babylon, 645
Bach, Johann Sebastian, 472
Bacon, Edwin M., 483, 659
Bacon, Francis, 90, 517, 552, 573;
The Advancement of Learning, 10, 587–88;
The New Organon, 577
Baez, Joan, 638
Bailey, Liberty Hyde, 654
Bailey, Philip James: Festus, 379
Baillie, Joanna, 88
Baker, Noelle A., 237 n.1;
“Conversations,” 348–60
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 390–91
Ball, Nehemiah, 160
Bancroft, George, 5, 12, 161
Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 686
Baptists, 630
Barbé, Armande, 79
Barbes Club, 147
Barker, Anna Hazard: see Anna Hazard Barker Ward
Barnum, P. T., 110
Barrett, Samuel, 214
Barron, Alfred, 421–22;
“Creed of a Woodchuck,” 422;
Foot Notes; or, Walking as a Fine Art, 422;
“Foot-Paths,” 422;
“Old Houses,” 422;
“Skunk Cabbage,” 422
Barrows, Charles M.: Facts and Fictions of Mental Healing, 132
Bartlet, Phebe, 47
Bartlett, George B., 482, 489, 664
Bartol, Cyrus, 284, 345, 595, 619
Bartram, William, 642
Batchen, Geoffrey, 455
Battle Field Monument [Concord, Massachusetts], 480
Beach, Mrs., 529
Beat movement, 27, 36
Beecher, Henry Ward, 344, 345
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 252, 469–71, 472, 473;
Fifth Symphony, 470;
Ninth Symphony, 469
Belasco, Susan, 226, 361;
“The Dial,” 373–83
Belgium, 77, 78
Bellamy, Joseph, 39
Bellew, Frank, 272, 273
Bellin, Joshua David: “Native American Rights,” 198–209
Bellows, Henry Whitney, 618, 620;
“The Suspense of Faith,” 618
Bem, Josef, 159
Benevolent Fraternity of Churches, 61
Benjamin, Walter, 384
Benson, Tedd, 466
Bentham, Jeremy, 18, 500
Bercovitch, Sacvan, 46, 77
Berkeley, George, 12, 14–15
Berry, Wendell, 676
Beston, Henry, 644, 654
Best, Steven, 638
Bhagavad Gītā, 28–36 passim, 273, 515
Bickman, Martin, 161, 162, 166, 169–70
Bigelow, William Sturgis, 36
Bildung, 541–47 passim
Bingham, Anne Willing, 349
Biography, 426–37 passim
“Birch,” 598
Birkbeck, George, 331
Bishop, Elizabeth, 676
Bjelajac, David, 447
Black Arts movement, 675
Blackfeet nation, 205
Blackwell, Alice, 367
Blackwell, Henry B., 367–68
Blackwell, Lucy Stone, 213, 234, 367–68
Blackwell's Island penitentiary, 394
Blackwell, Thomas, 5
Blake, Harrison Gray Otis, 304, 311, 314–15, 409–10, 420, 632, 661, 662, 665
Blake, Lillie Devereux: Fettered for Life, 236
Blake, William, 190
Blanqui, Louis Auguste, 79
Blasing, Mutlu, 672
“Bleeding Kansas,” 148
Bloom, Harold, 672
Bly, Robert, 675, 676
Bode, Carl, 305
Body: see Health
Boehme, Jakob, 574
Bohemian Club [New York City], 343
Bolivar, Simon, 70
Bolton, Sarah K., 487
Bonaparte, Napoleon, 76, 78, 340
Boone and Crockett Club, 651
Bosco, Ronald A., 237 n.1, 340, 432, 434–35, 524–25;
“Concord,” 477–94
Boston Academy of Music, 470
Boston Association of Congregational Ministers, 64, 503
(p. 728) Boston Athenaeum, 109, 442, 443, 445, 449, 450 n.3
Boston Common, 182
Boston Daily Advertiser, 123
Boston Daily Times, 378
Boston Female Antislavery Society, 505, 506
Boston Lyceum, 333, 603
Boston Lyceum for Young Ladies, 159–60
Boston, Massachusetts, 179, 461, 470, 479, 495–512;
Edgar Allan Poe on, 600, 602
Boston Musical Gazette, 470
Boston Music Hall, 45
Boston Post, 341, 631
Boston Quarterly Review, 173, 362, 363, 376
Boston Reformer, 140
Boston Religious Union of Associationists, 230
Boston School Committee, 168
Boston Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, 333
Boston Society of Natural History, 573
Boston University, 168
Boston Vigilance Committee, 60, 213, 215–16, 277
Boswell, James, 293
Boudinot, Elias, 199–200
Bowen, Frances, 81, 591
Boyle lectures [London], 585
Boynton, Henry Walcott, 287–88
Bradford, George Partridge, 253, 258, 462, 481
Branch, Michael P., 642, 657
Breed, Anna, 489
Bremer, Fredrika, 480
Brennan, Timothy, 515
Brentano, Clemens, 350
Bricher, Alfred Thompson, 450 n.1
Brimmer, George Watson, 443
Brisbane, Albert, 76, 98, 179
Britain, 495–512 passim, 517, 518
British East India Company, 28
Broadie, Alexander, 23
Broadway Journal, 500, 600
Brodrick, Michael, 680 n.1
Brontë, Charlotte, 232;
Jane Eyre, 386
Brook Farm, 178–79, 236, 249–59, 302, 481, 483, 534;
and American Revolution, 71;
and architecture, 462;
and Dial, 380;
and economics, 141, 144;
and education, 162, 163, 166;
and health, 245;
and music, 470, 471;
and Native Americans, 199;
and periodicals, 365–66;
and religion, 125;
and Unitarianism, 60;
and virtue, 543, 544–45;
and woman's rights, 227–28, 229;
conversations at, 353;
Ralph Waldo Emerson on, 76, 179, 599;
Margaret Fuller on, 231;
Nathaniel Hawthorne on, 605;
Elizabeth Palmer Peabody on, 245, 528;
planned, 98, 159, 327;
Brooke, John Hedley, 587, 594
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 272
Brooks, Mary Merrick, 212
Brooks, Phillips, 65
Brooks, Preston, 646
Brooks, Van Wyck, 481
Broome, Harvey, 653
Brother Jonathan, 376, 597
Brougham, Lord Henry, 331: “Practical Observations upon the Education of the People,” 331
Brown, John, 639;
and Concord, Massachusetts, 434, 490;
and Harper's Ferry, 148, 218–19, 277, 420, 632;
Ralph Waldo Emerson on, 83;
Elizabeth Palmer Peabody on, 357;
Brown, Richard, 465
Brown, Theophilus, 661
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, 80, 168, 387, 394;
The Drama of Exile, 602
Brownson, Orestes A., 352;
and antislavery, 150, 210, 216;
and Catholicism, 58;
and classics, 4;
and conversations, 350;
and economics, 137, 139, 140, 143;
and literary criticism, 385–86;
and John Locke, 12;
and Native Americans, 199;
and periodicals, 362, 363;
and reform, 173–74, 250, 327;
and religion, 95, 319, 410;
and Romanticism, 98;
and Henry David Thoreau, 139, 160–61;
and Transcendental Club, 374, 530;
electronic resources, 685;
on Ralph Waldo Emerson, 386;
on Margaret Fuller, 353;
on Jesus, 174
Writings by: Charles Elwood; or the Infidel Converted, 365, 378;
“Democracy,” 140;
“Introductory Remarks” [Boston Quarterly Review], 362;
“The Laboring Classes,” 137, 140, 190;
“Native Americanism,” 199;
New Views of Christianity, Society, and the Church, 139, 190;
“The Wants of the Times,” 139
Bruce, Georgiana, 228, 229, 258
Bryant, William Cullen, 180–81, 379, 409, 429, 441, 499–500
Buckland, William, 586
Buddhism, 34, 35, 36, 57–58, 65, 420, 623, 624
Buell, Lawrence, 38, 149, 164, 264, 266, 278, 294, 311, 316, 323, 348, 362, 409, 416, 455, 642–43, 645, 671;
“Manifest Destiny and the Question of the Moral Absolute,” 183–97
Bulkeley, Peter, 39
Bull, Ephraim, 480, 486, 491
Bultmann, Rudolph, 126
Bunyan, John, 633
Burbank, Luther, 667
(p. 729) Burchell, H. P., 485
Bureau of Indian Affairs, 652
Burkholder, Robert E., 486;
“Nature Writing and Environmental Activism,” 642–58
Burleigh, Charles, 212
Burnouf, Eugene, 32
Burns, Anthony, 59, 71, 148, 215, 216, 277, 327, 328, 631
Burns, Robert, 92, 94;
Ralph Waldo Emerson on, 76
Burroughs, John, 281, 420–21, 650–51, 652, 654, 662;
“Another Word on Thoreau,” 651;
“Emerson in His Journals,” 651;
“Expression,” 420, 650;
“Flies in Amber,” 651;
Last Harvest, 651;
Winter Sunshine, 651
“Bush” [Emerson's house], 480, 483, 491, 525, 526, 528
Bush, George, 127–28;
Mesmer and Swedenborg, 128
Bush, George W., 191
Butler, James Davie, 648
Butler, Joseph, 586
Butterfield, Rebecca Codman, 229
Butterworth, Eric, 134 n.2
Byron, George Gordon, Lord, 85–86, 87, 88, 97, 105;
and Amos Bronson Alcott, 91;
and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 88;
Mary Moody Emerson on, 86;
Ralph Waldo Emerson on, 85–86;
Margaret Fuller on, 388;
Jones Very on, 99
Writings by: “The Bride of Abydos,” 85;
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, 85;
“The Giaour,” 85;
Manfred, 85;
“The Siege of Corinth,” 85
Cabinet of Natural History [Collège Royale de France], 410
Cabot, James Elliot, 30, 84, 432–33, 434, 435, 449–50, 450 n.3;
“On the Relation of Art to Nature,” 449–50
Cabot, Samuel, 449
Caesar, Julius, 324, 389
Cafaro, Philip: “Transcendental Virtue,” 537–48
Calvinism, 15, 38–49 passim, 52, 117, 118, 120, 128, 129, 132, 161, 319, 321, 617
Cambridge Anti-Slavery Society, 213
Cameron, Sharon, 303, 307
Campbell, Donna, 683
Campbell, Thomas, 85
Canada, 400–01
Canby, Henry Seidel, 635
Cape Cod, 339, 644 See also Henry David Thoreau: Cape Cod
Capper, Charles, 80, 127, 147, 213, 381, 531
Capra, Frank, 556
Carey, Henry C., 143
Carlson, Eric W., 597
Carlson, Larry, 301, 303
Carlyle, Jane, 94;
and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 94
Carlyle, Thomas, 75, 92–94, 105, 118, 119–20, 181, 218, 384, 496, 505;
and Amos Bronson Alcott, 533–34;
and biography, 434;
and James Freeman Clarke, 98;
and Concord, Massachusetts, 486;
and Moncure Daniel Conway, 218;
and economics, 104, 143;
and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 92–94, 356, 406, 498, 505, 526, 533–34;
and Margaret Fuller, 403;
and Henry David Thoreau, 315;
Ralph Waldo Emerson on, 118, 218, 444, 534;
Nathaniel Hawthorne on, 373;
Theodore Parker on, 92, 218;
Edgar Allan Poe on, 598;
George Ripley on, 92;
Henry David Thoreau on, 92–93;
William Wordsworth on, 93
Writings by: “Characteristics,” 92, 97, 119, 121;
The Correspondence of Thomas Carlyle and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 282, 530;
“German Playwrights,” 92;
“Jean Paul Friedrich Richter's Review of Madame de Stael's ‘Allemagne,’” 92;
“Occasional Discourse on the Negro Question,” 356;
Sartor Resartus, 97, 449, 530;
Schiller, Goethe, and Madame de Staël,” 92;
“Signs of the Times,” 97;
“The State of German Literature,” 92 See also Henry David Thoreau: “Thomas Carlyle and His Works”
Carman, Bliss, 285–86
Carr, Ezra Slocum, 648
Carr, Jeanne C. Smith, 648
Carson, Rachel, 643, 655, 657
Caruthers, J. Wade, 618
Casale, Ottavio M., 597
Casket, 354
Casper, Scott E., 429, 434
Cass, Lewis, 200
Cassandra, 392
Catholicism, 58, 80, 98, 141, 488, 504
Cato, 4
Catskill mountains, 441, 650
Cavell, Stanley, 195, 546, 549–58;
Cities of Words, 550;
Emerson's Transcendental Etudes, 554;
Pursuits of Happiness, 550, 556, 557;
The Senses of Walden, 549–50, 553;
“Thinking of Emerson,” 557;
“The Thought of Movies,” 557
Cayleff, Susan, 244, 245
Central Park, New York, 181
Ceres, 392
Chadwick, John White, 622
Chambers, Robert, 591, 592;
Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation, 585, 589, 591–92, 594
Channing, Ellen Kilshaw Fuller, 297, 481, 529
Channing, Ellery [William Ellery Channing the Younger], 81, 161, 433, 461, 478, 481, 529;
and antislavery, 146;
and biography, 435;
and Concord, Massachusetts, 480, 482, 483, 486, 487;
and Dial, 354, 377, 532;
and Emily Dickinson, 278;
and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 176, 270, 277;
and Margaret Fuller, 297;
and (p. 730) Thomas Wentworth Higginson, 277;
and nature writing, 412;
and poetry, 264, 265, 268–69, 271;
and Henry David Thoreau, 399–401, 412, 461, 521;
and Walden Pond, 661, 662;
Ralph Waldo Emerson on, 268–69, 271, 294;
on Ralph Waldo Emerson, 272;
on Margaret Fuller, 297, 531;
on Henry David Thoreau, 412;
on Walt Whitman, 268
Writings by: “Country Walking” [planned book], 294;
“Death,” 271;
“The Earth Spirit,” 570;
“Henry's Camp,” 412;
Poems, 269;
Thoreau: The Poet-Naturalist, 294–95, 431, 666;
Channing family, 445
Channing, Ruth Gibbs, 211
Channing, William Ellery, 161, 299, 332, 422, 442, 454, 587, 620;
and antislavery, 192, 211–12, 213, 502, 510;
and conversations, 351;
and education, 154, 155, 344;
and Mary Moody Emerson, 527;
and Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, 158, 224, 528;
and religion, 123, 625;
and Romanticism, 90;
and science and technology, 528, 573;
and Unitarianism, 51, 292, 319, 321;
as lecturer, 352;
Samuel Taylor Coleridge on, 93;
electronic resources, 682;
Ralph Waldo Emerson on, 320;
on Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 90;
on lectures, 335, 342;
Theodore Parker on, 320;
reception in Britain, 497, 500–02
Writings by: “The Evidences of Revealed Religion,” 585–86;
“Likeness to God,” 320;
“On the Elevation of the Laboring Portion of the Community,” 335, 502;
“The Present Age,” 331, 335;
“Remarks on the Character and Writings of John Milton,” 501;
“Self-Culture,” 175, 335, 342, 588;
“Unitarian Christianity,” 319–20
Channing, William Henry, 235, 299;
and antislavery, 213–14, 218;
and biography, 434, 435;
and Brook Farm, 254, 256, 624;
and Concord, Massachusetts, 486;
and Dial, 376, 378, 430;
and evolutionary theory, 594–95;
and Margaret Fuller, 226, 312–13, 316;
and globalization, 624;
and moral absolute, 190–91;
and periodicals, 362;
and Romanticism, 85, 98;
and Transcendental Club, 373;
and woman's rights, 230;
on Ralph Waldo Emerson, 214;
on Margaret Fuller, 427–28;
on Romanticism, 87
Writings by: “Progress of Civilization,” 624;
Chapman, John, 497–500, 502, 505, 506, 507–08;
Brief Outlines and Review, 499;
Human Nature, 497, 498
Chapman, Maria Weston, 213, 505
Chapman, Susanna, 500
Chardon Street conference, 59
Charles X, 77
Chartist movement, 70, 78, 79, 148, 405
Chaucer, Geoffrey, 386
Cheney, Ednah Dow Littlehale, 233, 234, 236, 356, 367, 369, 448;
and Amos Bronson Alcott, 169, 349, 354;
and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 108;
and Margaret Fuller, 108, 235, 236, 349, 354;
and woman's rights, 168
Cheney, Seth Wells, 448
Cherokee nation, 187, 198, 199–200, 201, 516, 674
Cherokee Phoenix, 199
Chesnut, Mary Boykin, 110–11
Chesuncook Lake, Maine: see Henry David Thoreau: “Chesuncook”
Child, Lydia Maria, 180–81, 219, 226, 227, 229, 600;
and antislavery, 212, 218, 225;
and Dial, 530;
and Margaret Fuller, 205, 226;
and Native Americans, 205–06;
and woman's rights, 213, 218, 225
Writings by: An Appeal for the Indians, 205;
An Appeal in Favor of that Class of Americans Called Africans, 212;
Biographies of Madame de Staël and Madame Roland, 351;
The First Settlers of New-England, 205;
History of the Condition of Women, 225;
Hobomok, 205;
Letters from New-York, 180, 227;
Philothea, 225;
The Progress of Religious Ideas through Successive Ages, 623;
“What is Beauty?,” 380
China, 27, 518, 623, 624, 625, 634
Chippewa nation, 519
Choate, Rufus, 330
Cholmondeley, Thomas, 33
Chopin, Frédéric, 100
Chopra, Deepak, 542
Christian Connexion, 63
Christian Disciple, 374
Christian Examiner, 94, 95, 96, 98, 122, 325, 363, 374
Christian Register, 50
Christian Science, 131, 242
Christian Socialism, 98, 213, 236
Christian Union, 285
Church, Frederick E., 441, 450 n.1;
The Andes of Ecuador, 442
Church of All Souls [New York City], 618
Church of the Disciples [Boston], 129, 235
Cicero, 3, 552
Civil rights movement, 629
Civil War, 66, 148–49, 150, 167, 194–95, 233, 279, 281, 626, 630, 674
Clare, John, 672
Clarke family, 531
(p. 731) Clarke, James Freeman, 38, 443;
and antislavery, 213–14, 216, 218;
and Asian literature, 34–35;
and Thomas Carlyle, 98;
and Concord, Massachusetts, 480;
and Dial, 379;
and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 129–30, 481;
and enlightenment and Scottish Common Sense philosophy, 9;
and evolutionary theory, 594–95;
and Margaret Fuller, 98, 226, 311, 312, 313, 402;
and German literature, 123;
and Nathaniel Hawthorne, 481;
and John Locke, 10, 11;
and Native Americans, 199;
and periodicals, 363, 376;
and Romanticism, 86, 98–99;
and Transcendental Club, 373, 530;
and travel literature, 405;
and Unitarianism, 53, 54, 59, 64, 66, 319, 321;
and woman's rights, 230, 235;
on Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 90, 321, 325;
on Ralph Waldo Emerson, 129–30, 322;
on Margaret Fuller, 428;
on Jesus, 34;
on Romanticism, 90
Writings by: “An Appeal to the Friends of The Western Messenger,” 364;
Eleven Weeks in Europe, 405;
Ten Great Religions, 35;
translation of De Wette's Theodore: or, the Skeptic's Conversion, 98 See also Margaret Fuller: Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli
Clarke, Rebecca, 402, 528, 530
Clarke, Samuel, 18
Clarke, Sarah Ann, 402, 443, 444, 446, 448, 481, 530, 532
Clay, Henry, 195, 505
Clough, Arthur Hugh, 499
Cockshut, A. O. J., 428
Cogswell, Joseph G., 161
Cold War, 185
Cole, Phyllis, 43, 156, 296, 366, 527–28;
“Woman's Rights and Feminism,” 222–40
Cole, Thomas, 441, 442
Colebrooke, Henry Thomas, 28, 33
Coleridge, Henry Nelson, 5
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 46, 87, 89–92, 97, 320, 321, 325, 384, 449, 455, 496, 518, 560, 561, 598;
and Amos Bronson Alcott, 90–91;
and Mary Moody Emerson, 43;
and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 93, 128, 443, 561;
and Margaret Fuller, 472;
and Frederic Henry Hedge, 94–95, 561, 562;
and Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, 225, 528;
and science, 573, 577;
and Henry David Thoreau, 99;
William Ellery Channing on, 90;
James Freeman Clarke on, 90, 321, 325;
on William Ellery Channing, 93;
on Unitarianism, 93;
Jones Very on, 99
Writings by: Aids to Reflection, 89, 90, 91, 93, 94, 155, 496, 561–62;
Biographia Literaria, 89, 90, 94, 561;
“Christabel,” 87, 94;
“Dejection: An Ode,” 94, 99;
The Friend, 89, 90, 91, 94, 561;
“Frost at Midnight,” 94;
“Genevieve,” 87;
“Kubla Khan,” 180;
“On Poesy or Art,” 472;
Poetical Works, 94;
Rime of the Ancient Mariner, 87, 94;
Table Talk, 598, 603
Collie, David: translation of Confucian Four Books, 30
Colonialism, 27–28
Columbus, Christopher, 187–88, 324
Columella, 4
Combe, George, 507
Come-Outers, 241
Commager, Henry, 137
Common Prayer, Book of, 406
Common Sense philosophy, 9–26 passim, 54, 56, 156
Commonwealth [Boston], 109–10
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 479
Communities, 249–59
Compromise of 1850, 184
Comstock, Anthony, 283
Comstock Law, 358
Concord Academy, 161
Concord Female Anti-Slavery Society, 145, 630
Concord Free Public Library, 482, 483, 490, 683;
electronic resources, 683, 685
Concord, Massachusetts, 48, 282, 296–97, 332, 358, 397, 414, 477–94 passim;
and American Revolution, 71–73;
and science and technology, 572;
Thomas Carlyle on, 486;
census, 685;
electronic resources, 683, 685–86;
Lyceum, 254, 332, 333, 336, 338, 343, 631;
schools, 167;
Henry David Thoreau on, 176, 177;
Town Reports, 683
Concord Museum, 685
Concord School of Philosophy, 168–69, 235, 430, 483, 487, 488, 489, 662
Concord Social Library, 108, 109
Concordance to the Collected Essays of Ralph Waldo Emerson [web site], 685
Confucianism, 27, 58, 645
Confucius, 30, 130, 673
Congregationalism, 117
Conkin, Paul, 618
Connecticut Wits, 4
Connolly, William, 207
Constant, Benjamin, 45, 95, 96, 97;
On Religion, 95
Conversation Club [Dubuque, Iowa], 358
Conversations, 348–60
Conway, Moncure Daniel, 362, 433, 435;
and antislavery, 148–49, 215, 217–18, 369;
and Asian literature, 35;
and Thomas Carlyle, 218;
and Dial [1860], 276, 381;
and Henry David Thoreau, 217;
and Walt Whitman, 272, 276;
and woman's rights, 369
Writings by: “Concordia,” 433;
“Emerson and His Friends,” 433;
Emerson at Home and Abroad, 433;
Sacred Anthology, 35;
Testimonies Concerning Slavery, 217–18
Cook, Clarence: “House Building in America,” 462
Cook, Eliza: “To Alphonse de Lamartine,” 78
(p. 732) Cooke, George Willis, 210, 214, 263, 264, 284, 338, 381, 432, 434
Cooper Institute [New York City], 337
Cooper, James Fenimore, 378
Cooper, Susan Fenimore: Rural Hours, 417, 642, 643
Copernicus, 95, 562, 573
“Copperheads,” 149
Cornell University: electronic resources, 686
Corn Laws, 500
Cornwall, Barry, 88
Cotton, John, 39, 40, 41
Cousin, Victor, 29, 43, 45, 96, 97
Cowper, William, 85, 465
Craft, Ellen, 215, 502
Craft, William, 215, 502
Cranch, Christopher Pearse, 199, 254, 264, 265, 441, 520, 598, 600, 601;
and Dial, 532;
“The Bird and the Bell,” 520;
“Musings of a Recluse,” 379
Crane, Hart, 672
Crane, Stephen: Black Riders, 287
Croatia, 78
Cromwell, Oliver, 324
Cromwell, Thomas, 508
Crossan, John Dominic, 121
Crowe, Thomas Rains, 654
Cuba, 82
Cullen, Countee, 678
cummings, e. e., 675, 676
Curtis, George William, 146, 330, 343–44, 345, 481, 486, 520;
Lotus-Eating: A Summer Book, 414
Curtis, James Burrill, 481
Custard, Harry Lewis, 130
Daguerre, Louis, 454, 456, 457
Daily News, 506
Dall, Caroline Healey, 222–23, 230, 354;
and Amos Bronson Alcott, 301, 349, 354;
and Louisa May Alcott, 232;
and antislavery, 212–13, 218;
and Emerson family, 231;
and Margaret Fuller, 225, 349, 354, 531;
and journal keeping, 226, 237, 292, 298–300;
and Abraham Lincoln, 333;
and woman's rights, 213, 218, 230, 234, 354–55, 366–67, 370;
as lecturer, 231, 232, 235;
on Margaret Fuller, 222–23;
on Elizabeth Hoar, 528;
on Theodore Parker, 342;
on Henry David Thoreau, 110;
Elizabeth Palmer Peabody on, 231
Writings by: The College, the Market, and the Court, 223, 231, 299;
Daughter of Boston, 298;
Historical Pictures Retouched, 232;
Margaret and Her Friends, 236, 299, 355, 431;
Selected Journals of Caroline Healey Dall, 298;
Transcendentalism in New England, 223, 299, 433
Dana family, 445
Dana, Charles Anderson, 149, 252, 253, 258, 380, 471, 607
Dana, Richard Henry, Sr., 442
Dante Alighieri, 447–48;
Inferno, 403
Danvers Lyceum [Massachusetts], 339
Darwin, Charles, 572, 576, 583–84, 587, 589–90, 592, 656;
Descent of Man, 595;
The Origin of Species, 65, 418, 584, 587–88, 594
Darwin, Erasmus, 576, 583
Davis, Andrew Jackson, 127–28, 461–62;
Arabula; Or, The Divine Guest, 130;
Principles of Nature, Her Divine Revelations, and A Voice to Mankind, 128, 499;
Rural Residences, 461
Davis, Cynthia, 242–43, 246
Davis, George, 317
Davis, Paulina Wright, 230, 231, 232
Davis, Rebecca Harding, 480;
“Life in the Iron Mills,” 175
Davy, Humphry, 455, 563
Dawes Act, 206
Dawes, Henry L., 206
Dawson, James, 632
Dean, Bradley P., 314
Decker, William, 310, 311–12
Deese, Helen R., 298, 299
Deguerry, Abbé, 405
Deists, 55
De Jong, Mary, 237 n.1
Delano, Sterling, 163, 366, 534;
“Transcendentalist Communities,” 249–59
Democratic Party, 12, 139, 140, 149, 169, 185
Demosthenes, 3
Denby, David, 555–56
Denmark, 78, 635
d'Entremont, John, 218
De Quincey, Thomas, 403
Descartes, René, 11
Deslondes Rebellion, 75
Dessalines, Jean-Jacques, 75
de Staël, Germaine, 43, 86, 92, 226, 231, 349–50, 352;
Corinne, 86, 349;
Delphine, 86;
Germany, 87, 92, 349–50;
The Influence of Literature upon Society, 87
Destutt, Comte de Tracy, 16
Deutsch, Sarah, 236
De Wette, Wilhelm Leberecht, 45, 56, 124;
Theodore: or, the Skeptic's Conversion, 98
Dewey, John, 169
Dewey, Orville, 321, 325, 326;
Discourses of Human Life, 340;
“Life is What We Make of It,” 340
Dharmapāla, Anagārika, 35
Dial, 107, 263, 270, 294, 362, 363, 364–65, 373–83, 524, 527, 532–33, 534;
and antislavery, 380;
and Brook Farm, 380;
and Margaret Fuller's Conversations, 355;
and Walt Whitman, 272;
edited by Ralph Waldo Emerson, 32, 107, 364, 373–83 passim, 412, 447, 532–33;
edited by Margaret Fuller, 227, 296, 364, 373–83 passim, 526, 532, 533;
planned, 159;
Edgar Allan Poe (p. 733) on, 598, 599;
published by Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, 528;
reception in Britain, 497, 498
Dial [1860], 276, 362, 363, 381
Dial [1920–29], 381–82, 672
Diaz, Abby Morton, 236, 258;
“William Henry” series, 258
Dickens, Charles, 386
Dickinson, Anna, 335
Dickinson, Austin, 278
Dickinson, Emily, 263–90 passim, 295;
and Ellery Channing, 278;
and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 263–90 passim;
and Thomas Wentworth Higginson, 263–90 passim;
and poetry, 679;
and print culture, 104;
electronic resources, 686
Writings by: Poems, 285, 287;
Poems: Second Series, 287;
Poems: Third Series, 287
Dickinson Virtual Reference Shelf [web site], 686
Dictionary of Unitarian and Universalist Biography, 682
Diehl, Joanne Feit, 672
Dillard, Annie, 654, 656–57, 663
Dillaway, Newton, 130
Dimock, Wai Chee, 513, 514, 522
Disciples of Christ, 63
Doak, Meta Ann: see Annie Dillard
Dodd, Charles H., 121
Dodd, Valerie, 499
Doten, Lizzie, 129–30
Doughty, Thomas, 441
Douglas, Ann, 232
Douglass, Frederick, 146, 218, 299, 345
Dowe, Dieter, 78
Downing, Andrew Jackson, 462–63, 464, 465;
The Architecture of Country Houses, 462;
Cottage Residences, 462;
A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening, 462
Dred Scott decision, 328
Dresser, Annetta Gertrude, 131–32;
The Philosophy of P. P. Quimby, 131
Dresser, Horatio Willis, 130, 132, 133;
A Book of Secrets, 132;
The Immanent God, 132;
Methods and Problems of Spiritual Healing, 132;
The Perfect Whole, 132, 133;
The Power of Silence, 132
Dresser, Julius A., 131–32, 134 n.2;
The History of Mental Science, 131
Dudley, Paul, 585
Dudliean lectures [Harvard University], 585
Dunbar, Paul Laurence, 678
Dupin, Baron Charles, 331
Durand, Asher, 441, 442;
Kindred Spirits, 441
Dustan, Hannah, 416
Duyckinck, Evert A., 106, 608;
“The Day-Book of Life,” 378
Dwight, Edmund, 449
Dwight, John Sullivan, 449;
and Brook Farm, 252–258 passim;
and Concord, Massachusetts, 481;
and Dial, 532;
and music, 469–71, 473;
and Transcendental Club, 530;
on Edgar Allan Poe, 600, 607;
on William Shakespeare, 470
Works by: “Address Delivered Before the Harvard Musical Association,” 470;
Dwight's Journal of Music, 471;
A Lecture on Association, 471;
“Music,” 471;
“Music, as a Branch of Popular Education,” 470;
Select Minor Poems, Translated from the German of Goethe and Schiller, 470
Dwight, Marianne, 229, 237 n.1, 253
Dwight's Journal of Music, 471
Dwight, Theodore: The Character of Thomas Jefferson, 377
Eagleswood community, 528
Earhart, Amy E., 687 n.1;
“The Electronic Age,” 682–89
Earth First!, 638
Earth Liberation Front, 638
Echoes of Harper's Ferry, 632
Eckermann, Johann Peter: Conversations with Goethe in the Last Years of His Life, 100, 471
Economics, 136–52
Eddy, Mary Baker, 242;
Science and Health, 131
Eden, Garden of, 389, 564, 606, 611
Edinburgh Review, 92, 500
Education, 153–71, 256–58
Edwards, Jonathan, 39, 40–43, 45, 46–47, 542;
“Personal Narrative,” 41–42
Egypt, 226, 420, 623, 624, 645
Eichhorn, Johann Gottfried, 320
Einstein, Albert, 578
Eissler, Fanny, 53
Elder, John, 643
Eldridge, Charles, 276, 277
Electronic resources, 682–89
Eliot, Charles W., 66, 235
Eliot, George, 500, 507–08;
Analytical Catalogue of Mr. Chapman's Publications, 499;
translation of David Friedrich Strauss, The Life of Jesus, 497, 502
Eliot, John, 199
Eliot, T. S., 382, 672, 673;
on Ralph Waldo Emerson, 672;
The Waste Land, 382
Eliot, William G., 363, 364
Elizabeth Peabody House, 237
Elkins, Stanley, 194–95, 211
Elliott, Ebenezer: Corn Law Rhymes, 118
Emancipation Proclamation, 149, 150, 189
Emerald Necklace [Boston], 181
Emerson, Charles Chauncy, 22, 199, 243, 505–06, 525, 527, 528, 532, 533, 576;
“A Leaf from ‘A Voyage to Porto Rico,’” 294;
“Notes from the Journal of a Scholar,” 294
Emerson, Edward Bliss, 22, 528, 532;
“The Last Farewell,” 378
Emerson, Edward Waldo, 161, 305, 432, 529
(p. 734) Emerson, Ellen Louisa Tucker, 86, 173, 243, 326, 532
Emerson, Ellen Tucker, 218, 432, 529
Emerson family, 218, 231, 531
Emerson, Lidian, 145, 169, 201, 212, 231, 275, 297, 316, 525, 528
Emerson, Mary Moody, 224, 349, 527–28, 529;
and antislavery, 212, 215, 528;
and classics, 4;
and William Ellery Channing, 527;
and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 43;
and Concord, Massachusetts, 480;
and Germaine de Staël, 87;
and education, 155–56;
and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 43–44, 107, 224, 296, 349, 533;
and John Locke, 11;
and Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, 43;
and Puritanism, 40, 47, 48;
and Romanticism, 296, 528;
and science and technology, 572, 576;
and Henry David Thoreau, 43, 528;
and woman's rights, 224;
Ralph Waldo Emerson on, 43–44;
on George Gordon, Lord Byron, 86;
on Germaine de Staël, 86;
on Ralph Waldo Emerson, 43–44
Works by: “Almanack,” 43, 237 n.1, 296, 527 See also Ralph Waldo Emerson: “Mary Moody Emerson”
Emerson, Phoebe Bliss, 489
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 50–51, 106, 169, 181, 185, 223, 231, 236, 337, 340, 420, 422, 430, 585, 622, 632, 672, 677, 684;
and aesthetics, 559–71 passim;
and Amos Bronson Alcott, 107, 176, 268, 311, 464, 529–30, 533;
and Louisa May Alcott, 232, 481;
and American Revolution, 71–73;
and antislavery, 145–46, 148, 150, 210, 212, 214, 218–19, 247, 367, 506, 510, 519, 579, 599, 608, 631, 674;
and architecture, 460–61, 462;
and Asian literature, 29–32, 33, 34, 36;
and Joanna Baillie, 88;
and Bhagavad Gītā, 30;
and biography, 426, 429, 432–33;
and Brook Farm, 227, 250, 254;
and George Gordon, Lord Byron, 88;
and Jane Carlyle, 94;
and Thomas Carlyle, 92–94, 356, 406, 498, 505, 526, 533–34;
and Stanley Cavell's work, 549–58 passim;
and Ellery Channing, 176, 270, 277;
and James Freeman Clarke, 129–30, 481;
and classics, 3;
and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 93, 128, 443, 561;
and Common Sense philosophy, 9–26 passim;
and Concord, Massachusetts, 71–73, 214, 480–83 passim, 485–91 passim, 495;
and conversations, 350, 356;
and Barry Cornwall, 88;
and correspondence [concept], 588;
and Emily Dickinson, 263–90 passim;
and economics, 137–45 passim;
and education, 153, 156–57, 162, 163–64, 166, 169;
and Mary Moody Emerson, 43–44, 107, 224, 296, 349, 533;
and enlightenment philosophy, 9–26 passim;
and environmentalist thought, 173–74;
and evolutionary theory, 586–87, 589, 591;
and families, 524–36 passim;
and Free Religion movement, 617;
and Free Religious Association, 67;
and friendships, 524–36 passim;
and Margaret Fuller, 53, 146, 184–85, 223, 226, 296–98, 310–11, 313–14, 316, 349, 445, 521, 526, 531, 533, 661, 678;
and William Henry Furness, 133 n.1;
and William Lloyd Garrison, 146;
and German literature, 133–134 n.1;
and globalization, 513, 514, 517–19;
and health, 241;
and Frederic Henry Hedge, 435;
and James Hogg, 88;
and David Hume, 12–14, 19;
and Francis Hutcheson, 18;
and journal keeping, 291–308 passim, 412, 685;
and Immanuel Kant, 42, 588;
and Charles Lamb, 88;
and Walter Savage Landor, 88;
and language, 415;
and letter writing, 309–18 passim;
and Abraham Lincoln, 149, 518;
and literary criticism, 384–95 passim;
and John Locke, 10, 11;
and manifest destiny, 183, 185–86;
and Thomas Moore, 88–89;
and moral absolute, 189–90;
and John Muir, 648–49;
and Native Americans, 198, 199–201, 202, 206;
and nature writing, 409, 642–58 passim;
and New Thought movement, 131–32, 134 n.2;
and the novel, 386;
and Theodore Parker, 498;
and Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, 4, 156, 224, 528, 530;
and periodicals, 375;
and photography, 453–58 passim;
and poetry, 106, 263–90 passim, 674, 678, 679;
and politics, 149;
and print culture, 105, 106–07;
and Puritanism, 40–44, 47, 48;
and reform, 255, 674–75;
and Thomas Reid, 15;
and religion, 117–35, 319–29 passim, 620–21;
and George Ripley, 76;
and Romanticism, 517, 672;
and Franklin Benjamin Sanborn, 434;
and science and technology, 572–73, 574, 577, 578;
and Walter Scott, 86, 88;
and sermons, 319–29 passim, 684;
and William Shakespeare, 88;
and Adam Smith, 20, 21–22, 23–25;
and Emanuel Swedenborg, 127, 128, 574, 645;
and Caroline Sturgis Tappan, 237 n.1;
and Henry David Thoreau, 146, 164, 176, 274, 412, 460, 464, 525, 529;
and travel literature, 396, 405–06;
and Unitarianism, 50, 53, 54, 56, 66, 93, 173, 374;
and Jones Very, 99, 107;
and virtue, 537–48 passim;
and visual arts, 441, 442, 444–50 passim;
and Walden Pond, 461, 660–61, 662;
and Walt Whitman, 263–90 passim;
and woman's rights, 150, 279, 368;
and William Wordsworth, 93–94;
and world revolutions, 70, 79, 520;
as editor of Dial, 32, 107, 364, 373–83 passim, 412, 447, 532–33;
as lecturer, 102–03, 108, 168, 192, 218, 278, 299, 330, 331, 332, 336, 337–38, 340, 341, 342–43, 352, 674;
as philosopher, 549–58 passim;
as preacher, 118, 119, 550;
as translator, 674;
Orestes A. Brownson on, 386;
Ellery Channing on, 272;
William Henry Channing on, 214;
James (p. 735) Freeman Clarke on, 129–30, 322;
electronic resources, 684–86;
T. S. Eliot on, 672;
Mary Moody Emerson on, 43–44;
Octavius Brooks Frothingham on, 123;
Margaret Fuller on, 21, 246, 393;
Nathaniel Hawthorne on, 373, 604, 605;
Frederic Henry Hedge on, 530;
William Dean Howells on, 478;
library of, 573;
James Russell Lowell on, 144, 338;
Herman Melville on, 608–09, 610–11;
on Amos Bronson Alcott, 312, 529;
on Brook Farm, 76, 179, 599;
on John Brown, 83;
on Robert Burns, 76;
on George Gordon, Lord Byron, 85–86;
on Thomas Carlyle, 118, 218, 444, 534;
on Ellery Channing, 268–69, 271, 294;
on William Ellery Channing, 320;
on Mary Moody Emerson, 43–44;
on Fourierism, 76;
on Fruitlands, 254;
on Margaret Fuller, 22, 312, 316–17, 427;
on Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, 316, 386;
on Nathaniel Hawthorne, 478;
on Jesus, 73, 119, 120, 126, 130, 320, 385;
on lyceum movement, 334–35;
on John Milton, 96;
on Theodore Parker, 502;
on Plato, 6, 560;
on Romanticism, 97;
on spiritualism, 129;
on Emanuel Swedenborg, 561;
on Henry David Thoreau, 408;
on Walt Whitman, 268;
on William Wordsworth, 87–88, 96–97, 444;
Elizabeth Palmer Peabody on, 319, 446;
Edgar Allan Poe on, 598, 599, 600, 601;
quoted, 104, 108, 169, 183, 336, 680;
reception in Britain, 496–500, 504–06;
Henry David Thoreau on, 82, 417;
Walt Whitman on, 269, 271, 342
Works by: address at the Greene Street school, 153, 166, 529;
“Address at the Woman's Rights Convention,” 369;
Addresson the…Emancipation of the Negroes in the British West Indies, 75, 145–46, 498;
“Address to Kossuth,” 81–82;
“American Civilization” [essay], 189, 190, 191;
“American Civilization” [lecture], 189;
“The American Scholar,” 175, 190, 251, 495–96, 498, 518, 543, 552, 554
and classics, 5;
and economics, 140;
and education, 163;
and globalization, 517;
and literary criticism, 387;
and nature writing, 411;
and reform, 141;
and travel literature, 396);
“Aristocracy,” 79;
“Art,” 442, 448, 601;
“Bacchus,” 678;
“Beauty” [Nature], 448;
“Behavior,” 338;
“Biography” lecture series, 426;
“Blight,” 120;
“Boston Hymn,” 674;
“Brahma,” 31, 565, 678;
Centenary Edition, 685;
“Character” [lecture], 129;
“Circles,” 95, 164, 355, 391, 513;
“Civilization,” 189, 202;
“Clubs,” 351;
“Compensation,” 385, 497;
Complete Sermons, 684;
“The Concord Hymn,” 72, 73, 111, 480, 482, 489–90, 661;
The Conduct of Life, 30;
“The Conduct of Life” lecture series, 338;
“The Conservative” [essay], 71–72;
“The Conservative” [lecture], 611;
“Considerations by the Way,” 609;
“Conversation,” 343;
“Conversations and Clubs,” 343;
The Correspondence of Thomas Carlyle and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 282, 530;
“Country Walking” [planned book], 294;
“Discipline” [Nature], 22, 565;
Divinity School Address, 45, 95, 99, 190, 224, 251, 443, 528, 537, 561, 609
(and Asian literature, 29–30;
and education, 164;
globalization, 622–23;
and religion, 118, 123, 124, 125, 126, 129, 321, 324, 325, 374, 447, 450;
and Romanticism, 96;
and Unitarianism, 51, 53, 57);
“Each and All,” 133, 411, 565, 650;
“The Editors to the Readers” [Dial], 294, 364, 532;
edits Jones Very, Essays and Poems, 99;
“Education” [essay], 166–67;
Emerson in His Journals, 306;
“England,” 184;
English Traits, 79, 187, 390, 405–06;
“English Traits” lecture series, 338;
Essays: First Series, 498;
Essays, Nature and Orations, 498;
Essays: Second Series, 111, 498;
“Ethnical Scriptures,” 32, 380;
“Experience,” 229, 232, 547, 550, 553, 555
(and Common Sense philosophy, 15, 19, 20, 23–24;
and education, 162);
“Farming,” 144;
“Fate,” 232, 456–57;
“Fortune of the Republic” [1863], 149, 188;
“Fortune of the Republic” [1878], 150;
“Friendship,” 524, 525, 526;
“Goethe,” 390, 562;
“Hamatreya,” 31, 480, 674, 676;
“Historical Discourse [at Concord, Massachusetts],” 71;
“History,” 427, 554;
“Human Culture” lecture series, 176;
“The Humble-Bee,” 278;
“Idealism” [Nature], 12;
“Indian Superstition,” 29;
“Intellect,” 6;
“Introductory Lecture on the Times,” 453;
Journals [1909–14], 305;
Journals and Miscellaneous Notebooks, 305–06;
“Language” [Nature], 120, 242;
Later Lectures, 685;
“Lecture on Slavery,” 148, 578;
“Lectures on the Times,” 380;
letter to Martin Van Buren, 198, 200–01, 674;
“Literary Ethics,” 384, 386;
“The Lord's Supper,” 51, 119, 320, 325;
“Love,” 526;
“Man the Reformer,” 379, 533;
“Mary Moody Emerson,” 168;
“Memory,” 456;
“Merlin,” 678;
“Michelangelo” [essay], 375;
“Michelangelo” [lecture], 448;
“Milton,” 375;
“Monadnoc,” 411–12, 673;
“Musketaquid,” 411;
“My Garden,” 661;
“Napoleon,” 76–77, 184;
“Nature” [essay], 292;
Nature, 72, 99, 121, 165, 173, 187, 272, 387–88, 420, 454, 526, 528, 530, 542, 561, 562, 567, 577–78, 585, 645, 657
(and aesthetics, 563–65;
and biography, 426;
and Common Sense philosophy, 12, 14, 22;
and language, 7;
and manifest destiny, 185–86;
and mesmerism, 127;
and nature writing, 410, 411;
and Puritanism, 42–43, 46;
and religion, 120–21, 123;
and science and technology, 573);
Nature, Addresses, and Lectures, 195;
Nature, and Lectures on the (p. 736) Times, 498;
“Nature and the Powers of the Poet,” 342;
“New England” lecture series, 337;
“New England Reformers,” 166, 241, 246, 534;
“New Poetry,” 270, 278, 374;
“Ode to Beauty,” 448;
“Ode: Inscribed to W. H. Channing,” 190, 191, 214, 674;
“The Over-Soul,” 610;
Parnassus, 277, 288;
“Perpetual Forces” [lecture], 150;
“Philosophy of History” lecture series, 175–76;
“Plato,” 4, 30;
Poems [1847], 106–07, 278;
“The Poet,” 5, 265–66, 269, 276, 278, 279, 280, 389, 420, 562, 608, 609, 673;
“Poetry of the Times,” 269, 271;
“Politics” [essay] 138–39, 143–45, 193–94, 674;
“Politics” [lecture], 138;
“Present Age” lecture series, 176;
“The Present State of Ethical Philosophy,” 12, 13–14, 18, 20;
“Progress of Culture” [lecture], 150;
“Prudence,” 609;
“Reforms,” 141;
“The Relation of Man to the Globe,” 587;
Representative Men, 6, 23, 30, 142, 390, 426;
“Representative Men” lecture series, 338;
“The Rhodora,” 411;
“Self-Reliance,” 538, 550, 557, 597, 599
(and biography, 426–27;
and Common Sense philosophy, 22;
and economics, 142;
and moral absolute, 190;
and travel literature, 396);
Sermon XXIV, 323;
Sermon XXXVIII, 326;
Sermon XXXIX, 325–26;
Sermon LVIII, 320;
Sermon CXXVII, 321;
“The Snow-Storm,” 411, 565;
Society and Solitude, 30, 189, 524–25;
“The Sphinx,” 678;
“Spiritual Laws,” 607, 611;
“Stonehenge,” 406;
“Swedenborg” [essay], 128, 455, 561;
“Swedenborg” [lecture], 128;
“Table Talk,” 343, 351, 354, 356–57;
“Thoughts on Art,” 448;
“Uriel,” 565;
“Uses of Great Men,” 23, 73, 76, 164, 336, 410, 492;
“Voluntaries,” 675;
“Wealth,” 144–45;
“Wide World” [journal], 292–93;
“Woodnotes,” 411, 442, 649;
“Works and Days,” 330;
Emerson, Ruth, 297, 528
Emerson, Waldo [son], 243, 296, 525, 528, 529, 532, 533
Emerson, William [brother], 156, 161, 253, 316, 460
Emerson, William [father], 29, 224, 527
Emerson, William [grandfather], 489
Emerson, Willie, 533
Endangered Species Act, 638
England, 78, 79, 405
English Revolution, 71
Enlightenment philosophy, 9–26, 55, 124, 154, 514
Environmental activism, 642–58 passim
Environmentalist thought, 177–82
Ephesians, 119
Epicureus, 19, 20
Episcopalians, 52, 65
Equal Rights Association, 234
Erdrich, Louise, 675, 679
Erkkila, Betsy, 71
Esau, 447
ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance, 687
Essex Conference [Unitarians], 67
Ethical Culture movement, 67
Euripides, 3
Eurydice, 228
Eva, Little, 685
Eve, 225, 226, 370, 606
Everett, Edward, 5, 384
Evolutionary theory, 583–96
Ezekiel, 45
“Fall, Flag of Tyrants!,” 78
Families, 524–36
Faneuil Hall, 338
Faraday, Michael, 455, 563, 578–79
Farrar, Eliza Rotch: Young Lady's Friend, 351
Federalist Party, 185
Felton, C. C., 5, 7
Feminism: see woman's rights
Fenellosa, Ernest, 36
Ferdinand II, 404
Ferguson, Charles, 484
Fergusson, Elizabeth Graeme, 349
Fichte, Johann Gottlieb, 97, 410, 496
Fields, James T., 105, 277, 280, 477, 478, 652
Fifteenth Amendment, 150, 234
Fillmore, Charles, 134 n.2
Fink, G. W., 471
Fink, Steven, 339
First Parish Church Concord, Massachusetts, 659
Fish, Cheryl, 374
Fitchburg Railroad, 663
Flaccus, Aulus Persius, 378
Flagg, Wilson, 414, 416;
Studies in the Field and Forest, 414–15
Fleck, Richard, 203
Fletcher, Angus, 672
Foerster, Norman, 409
Follen, Eliza Cabot Lee, 351
Follen, Karl, 50
Folsom, Ed, 686;
“Transcendental Poetics: Emerson, Higginson, and the Rise of Whitman and Dickinson,” 263–90
Forbes, Edith Emerson, 432, 529
Forbes, Waldo Emerson, 305
Forche, Carolyn, 675
Foreign Review, 92
Forkel, Johann Nikolaus: Über Johann Sebastian Bachs Leben, Kunst und Kunstwerke, 472
Foster, Abby Kelley, 213, 334
Fouquier-Tinville, Antoine Quentin, 84
Fourier, Charles, 76, 98, 125, 228, 229, 245, 250, 255;
Oeuvres Complètes, 245;
Theory of the Four Movements, 76
(p. 737) Fourierism, 251, 254, 471, 534, 598, 600, 624
Fourteenth Amendment, 150
Fowler, Orson, 337
Fox, George, 388
Fox, J. A., 507
Fox sisters, 128
Fox, W. J., 501–02;
Christ and Christianity, 502;
“Representative Reform,” 507
France, 77, 78, 79, 350, 517, 518
“France is Free,” 78
Francis, Abby Bradford Allyn, 530, 576
Francis, Convers, 97, 180, 199, 319, 530–31
Francis family, 531
Franklin Lectures [Boston], 344
Franklin, Benjamin, 27, 73, 378
Fraser, James, 498
Fraser's Magazine, 92, 356
Frederick Douglass's Paper, 81
Free Church movement, 126, 321
Free Church of Worcester, Massachusetts, 277, 327
Free Religion movement, 321, 617–28
Free Religious Association, 34, 67, 235, 283–84, 362, 369, 617–28 passim
Free Soil Party, 149
Free Trade Club, 147
Freedmen's Aid Society, 233
French, Allen, 481
French, Daniel Chester, 482, 489–90, 491
French literature, 109, 123, 159
French Revolution, 70, 75–77, 79, 84, 405
Freud, Sigmund, 130
Friendships, 524–36
Friends' Intelligencer, 488
Froebel, Friedrich, 159, 233
Froissart, Jean, 401
Fromm, Eric, 645
Frost, Robert, 421, 672, 673, 675, 678, 679
Frothingham, Nathaniel, 66
Frothingham, Octavius Brooks, 38, 283, 321, 369, 618, 619, 621, 624;
and antislavery, 327;
and Unitarianism, 66, 620;
and Walt Whitman, 284;
on Ralph Waldo Emerson, 123
Writings by: Memoir of William Henry Channing, 434;
The Religion of Humanity, 625–26;
Theodore Parker, 428
Froude, James Anthony, 434, 499, 507;
Nemesis of Faith, 499
Fruitlands, 137, 158, 236, 249–59, 462, 524, 534;
and American Revolution, 71;
and education, 162;
and environmentalist thought, 177–78;
and health, 242, 243, 244
Fugitive Slave Law of 1850, 60, 71, 74, 82–83, 148, 184, 210, 215, 216, 277, 367, 510, 631
Fuller, Ellen Kilshaw: see Ellen Kilshaw Fuller Channing
Fuller, Lloyd, 258
Fuller, Margaret, 225, 234, 236, 303, 330, 335, 366, 368, 488, 528–29, 672;
and aesthetics, 560, 565–68;
and Amos Bronson Alcott, 146, 157, 301, 302, 531;
and Louisa May Alcott, 232;
and American Revolution, 73, 74;
and antislavery, 213, 506;
and architecture, 465;
and Asian literature, 28–29;
and biography, 430–31, 434;
and Brook Farm, 227, 229, 245, 254;
and Thomas Carlyle, 403;
and Ellery Channing, 297;
and William Henry Channing, 226, 312–13, 316;
and Lydia Maria Child, 205, 226;
and James Freeman Clarke, 98, 226, 311, 312, 313, 402;
and classics, 4;
and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 472;
and Concord, Massachusetts, 480, 486, 487, 489;
and Caroline Healey Dall, 225, 349, 354, 531;
and Germaine de Staël, 87;
and economics, 137;
and education, 99, 156, 159–60, 164–65, 226, 529, 531;
and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 53, 146, 184–85, 223, 226, 296–98, 310–11, 313–14, 316, 349, 445, 521, 526, 531, 533, 661, 678;
and enlightenment philosophy, 9;
and evolutionary theory, 589;
and friendship, 107, 524–36 passim;
and globalization, 513, 519–21;
and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, 226, 443, 471, 472, 567;
and Nathaniel Hawthorne, 481, 607;
and health, 243;
and Frederic Henry Hedge, 226, 430, 530;
and Thomas Wentworth Higginson, 236, 237, 430–31, 432;
and journal keeping, 295, 296–98;
and letter writing, 309–18 passim;
and manifest destiny, 186, 187;
and music, 469, 471–73;
and Native Americans, 198, 201–03, 206;
and nature writing, 643–66;
and Theodore Parker, 313;
and Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, 226, 349, 354, 528;
and Plato, 4;
and poetry, 263, 674, 675;
and Puritanism, 47, 223;
and reform, 146–47, 231, 643;
and Roman Revolution, 58, 80, 100, 147;
and Romanticism, 100, 228;
and Scottish Common Sense philosophy, 22;
and William Shakespeare, 392;
and Henry David Thoreau, 297, 521, 529, 678;
and Transcendental Club, 250, 530;
and travel literature, 396, 397, 402–04;
and virtue, 543, 545, 546, 547;
and visual arts, 441–52 passim;
and Walden Pond, 661;
and woman's rights, 60, 226–27, 228, 368, 391–92, 626, 677;
and William Wordsworth, 403;
as editor of Dial, 227, 296, 364, 373–83 passim, 526, 532, 533;
Elizabeth Barrett Browning on, 80;
Orestes Brownson on 353;
Ellery Channing on, 297, 531;
William Henry Channing on, 427–28;
James Freeman Clarke on, 428;
Conversations, 100, 108, 159, 160, 175, 225, 226, 233, 251, 279, 299, 343, 348–60 passim, 366, 376, 472, 524, 528, 531, 532, 545;
Caroline Healey Dall on, 222–23;
education of, 168;
electronic resources, 685;
Ralph Waldo Emerson on, 22, 312, 316–17, 427;
Nathaniel Hawthorne on, 605;
Thomas Wentworth Higginson on, 168;
literary criticism, 384–95 passim;
on Brook Farm, 231;
(p. 738)
on George Gordon, Lord Byron, 388;
on Germaine de Staël, 86;
on Ralph Waldo Emerson, 21, 246, 393;
on Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, 227, 229, 473, 566;
on Nathaniel Hawthorne, 386–87;
on James Russell Lowell, 394;
on William Shakespeare, 385, 386, 446, 457, 553;
on Percy Bysshe Shelley, 392;
Edgar Allan Poe on, 599, 600, 601;
Henry David Thoreau on, 353
Writings by: “Asylum for Discharged Female Convicts,” 394;
“Autobiographical Romance,” 678;
“Bettine Brentano and Her Friend Günderode,” 391–92, 526;
Conversations with Goethe in the Last Years of His Life, 100, 471, 472;
“A Dialogue, Poet, Critic,” 379;
dispatches from Europe, 403–04;
“Double Triangle, Serpent, and Rays,” 567–68, 678;
“Emerson's Essays,” 393;
“Festus,” 379, 391;
“Goethe,” 389–90, 565;
“Governor Everett Receiving the Indian Chiefs,” 202;
“The Great Lawsuit,” 46, 164–65, 222, 223, 228, 235, 353, 355, 374, 379, 392;
“Leila in the Arabian Zone,” 379, 568, 685;
“Lives of the Great Composers, Haydn, Mozart, Handel, Bach, Beethoven,” 472;
Margaret Fuller: Essays on American Life and Letters, 298;
Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli, 110, 231, 295–96, 298, 311, 426, 427–28, 430, 529, 685;
“Modern British Poets,” 375;
“A Record of Impressions Produced by the Exhibition of Mr. Allston's Pictures in the Summer of 1839,” 444–49;
“A Short Essay on Critics,” 364–65, 378, 389;
“The Sistrum,” 568, 678;
Summer on the Lakes, in 1843, 111, 390, 402–03, 519, 566, 647, 674 (and conversations, 352; and mesmerism, 127; and music, 471; and Native Americans, 201, 643; and nature writing, 413–16, 643–44);
“The Winged Sphynx,” 678;
Woman in the Nineteenth Century, 111, 234, 448, 543, 567, 589, 674, 677–78
(and classics, 4;
and conversations, 352, 355;
and health, 245, 246;
and Native Americans, 201;
and politics, 46, 147;
and woman's rights, 229–30, 391;
reception in Britain, 403)
Fuller, Richard, 397, 415, 528, 529
Fuller, Timothy, 311
Furness, William Henry, 57, 123, 133 n.1, 319, 327, 435, 588–89, 646;
Remarks on the Four Gospels, 122
Furtak, Richard, 546
Galen, 127
Galileo, 573
Gama, Vasco da, 28
Gandhi, Mohandas, 36, 515, 629, 633–35, 636
Gannett, Cinthia, 295
Gannett, Ezra Stiles, 66;
“Conversation,” 343
Gannett, William Channing, 66
Gardiner, William: Music of Nature, 470
Garland, Hamlin: A Son of the Middle Border, 345
Garrison, William Lloyd, 81, 130, 215, 219, 234, 488, 505;
and Abigail May Alcott, 219;
and Amos Bronson Alcott, 301;
and antislavery, 191–93, 211–12, 299, 630;
and Mary Moody Emerson, 212, 529;
and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 146;
and Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, 213;
and spiritualism, 129;
and Thoreau family, 212;
as lecturer, 336;
on Thomas Carlyle, 356;
Declaration of Sentiments, 192
Garvey, Gregory, 137
Gelpi, Albert, 672
General Allotment Act, 206
Gérando, Joseph Marie de, 164;
Self-Education, 154, 158;
Visitor of the Poor, 158
German literature, 5, 87, 89, 92, 95–98, 109, 123, 161, 224, 253, 258, 319, 320, 348, 384, 401, 449, 469, 470, 497, 530, 583, 585, 588
Germany, 78, 405, 472, 518
The Gerritsen Collection: Women's History Online, 361
Gilded Age, 430, 431
Giles, Henry, 343
Giles, Paul, 185, 513
Gilman, William H., 305
Ginsberg, Allen, 36, 680 n.1
Giorcelli, Christina, 80
Glasgow Mechanics' Institute, 331
Gleason, Herbert Wendell, 663, 664, 666–67
Glick, Wendell, 637
Globalization, 513–23, 622–25
Gnosticism, 121, 125
Goddard, Harold Clarke, 117
Godey's Lady's Book, 376
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 105, 231, 235, 348, 350, 470, 563, 565–66;
and evolutionary theory, 589, 590, 591, 592, 594;
and Margaret Fuller, 226, 443, 471, 472, 567;
and Frederic Henry Hedge, 97;
and George Ripley, 45;
and Henry David Thoreau, 568;
Thomas Carlyle on, 92;
Ralph Waldo Emerson on, 316, 386;
Margaret Fuller on, 227, 229, 473, 566
Writings by: Dichtung und Wahrheit, 92;
Faust, 565;
The Sorrows of Young Werther, 293, 598;
Gohdes, Clarence, 363, 366, 535
Goldman, Emma, 635
Goldsmith, Joel, 134 n.2
Goldsmith, Oliver, 85
Goodwin, Joan, 576
Google Books, 686–87
Gosse, Edmund, 430
Gougeon, Len, 137, 184, 200, 211, 212;
“Politics and Economics,” 136–52
(p. 739) Gough, John B., 340–41, 344
Gould, Augustus: Principles of Zoology, 589, 590
Graham, Jorie, 676
Graham's Lady's and Gentleman's Magazine, 376
Graham's Magazine, 111
Graham, Sylvester, 242, 244, 245, 246, 302, 351
Grant, Robert, 583
Gray, Asa, 575–76
Greece, 235, 495, 517, 518, 520, 542
Greek literature, 3–8 passim, 156, 161, 226, 258, 283, 392
Greeley, Horace, 100, 336, 381, 403, 500
Greene, Calvin, 665
Green, John, 497, 502
Greene Street School [Providence, Rhode Island], 153, 160, 529
Greene, William Batchelder, 149
Greenough, Horatio, 462–63, 644;
Aesthetics at Washington, 462;
“American Architecture,” 462
Grey, Robin: “Enlightenment and Scottish Common Sense Philosophy,” 9–26
Grimké, Angelina: see Angelina Grimké Weld
Grimké, Sarah, 212, 213
Grinnell, George Bird, 651
Griswold, Rufus Wilmot, 201, 500, 507–08;
The Poets and Poetry of America, 601;
Prose Writers of America, 504;
“Retrospective Survey of American Literature,” 508
Grodzins, Dean, 45, 47, 302, 319;
“Unitarianism,” 50–69
Guizot, François: Representative Government in Europe, 507
Gura, Philip F., 169, 245, 618;
“Nature Writing,” 408–25
Gustafson, Sandra M., 222, 345, 517
Habich, Robert, 363, 364;
“Biography, Autobiography, and Reminiscence,” 426–37
Hacker, Marilyn, 677
“H., A. F.,” 489
Hafiz, 30
Hahnemann, Samuel, 244
Haitian Revolution, 70, 74–75, 517
Hale, Edward Everett, 336, 345, 500
Hale, Sara Josepha: Good Housekeeper, 377
Hall, Bob, 685
Hallowell, Richard P., 369
Hamadryads, 447
Hammond, William, 368
Handel, George Frideric, 470, 472;
Messiah, 470
Harbinger, 179, 277, 363, 365–66, 471, 520, 600, 607
Harding, Chester, 442
Harding, Walter, 441, 534, 633, 635, 637, 646, 668
Harivamśa, 33
Harjo, Joy, 675, 676
Harlem Renaissance, 675
Harlow, Louis K., 483–84
Harper and Brothers Family Library, 108
Harper's Ferry, 148, 218, 277, 420, 632
Harper's Monthly Magazine, 413
Harper's New Monthly Magazine, 433, 477
Harris, William Torrey, 168
Harrison, William Henry, 140–41
Harte, Bret, 429, 661
Hartley, David, 11
Harvard College, 66, 121, 161, 162, 167, 223, 387, 445, 469;
and Unitarianism, 51, 52;
and women, 168;
classics taught at, 3, 5;
library, 109;
philosophy taught at, 9, 12, 89
Harvard Divinity School, 98, 99, 321–22, 560, 585, 618, 621;
and Unitarianism, 51;
comparative religion taught at, 35
Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology, 648
Harvard Musical Association, 470
Harvard University, 486, 530;
and science and technology, 572, 576;
Board of Overseers, 167
Hawthorne family, 71
Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 430, 478, 483, 487, 646;
and Amos Bronson Alcott, 300;
and antislavery, 605;
and Brook Farm, 462;
and James Freeman Clarke, 481;
and Concord, Massachusetts, 401, 481, 482, 486, 488, 489, 490;
and Margaret Fuller, 481, 607;
and Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, 481;
and Edgar Allan Poe, 604, 605, 606;
and Puritanism, 366;
and Henry David Thoreau, 481;
and Transcendentalism, 604–607;
and Walden Pond, 661;
and Walt Whitman, 282;
Ralph Waldo Emerson on, 478;
Margaret Fuller on, 386–87;
Herman Melville on, 607, 609;
on Brook Farm, 605: see also The Blithedale Romance;
on Thomas Carlyle, 373;
on Ralph Waldo Emerson, 373, 604, 605;
on Margaret Fuller, 605;
on Henry David Thoreau, 203, 605, 606;
Edgar Allan Poe on, 599, 600;
reception in Britain, 509
Writings by: “The Artist of the Beautiful,” 605;
The Blithedale Romance, 179, 252, 365–66, 373, 605, 606, 607;
“The Celestial Railroad,” 604;
“The Christmas Banquet,” 605;
“The Custom-House,” 605;
“Earth's Holocaust,” 605;
“Ethan Brand,” 483;
“The Hall of Fantasy,” 604, 605;
The House of the Seven Gables, 605, 606;
The Marble Faun, 478, 606–07;
“The Minister's Black Veil,” 606;
Mosses from an Old Manse, 484, 490;
“The Old Manse,” 604–05;
“Rappaccini's Daughter,” 606;
The Scarlet Letter, 490, 606;
Tanglewood Tales, 483;
“Young Goodman Brown,” 606
Hawthorne, Sophia Peabody, 161, 442–43, 446, 481, 527, 529, 530;
“Cuba Journal,” 226
Hayden, Dolores, 534
Hayden, William B., 128
Haydn, Joseph, 252, 470–71, 472
(p. 740) Hayford, Harrison M., 609
Haynes, George H., 490
Hazlitt, William: “American Literature—Dr. Channing,” 501
Headley, Joel Tyler, 465;
The Adirondack, 416;
Life in the Woods, 465
Health, 241–48
Hecker, Isaac, 58, 256, 314
Hedge family, 531
Hedge, Frederic Henry, 46, 169, 384, 410, 501;
and biography, 435;
and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 94–95, 561, 562;
and Concord, Massachusetts, 480;
and Concord School of Philosophy, 488;
and Dial, 532, 533;
and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 435;
and evolutionary theory, 594–95;
and Margaret Fuller, 226, 430, 530;
and German literature, 87, 97, 123, 133 n.1;
and reform, 327;
and religion, 410;
and Transcendental Club, 121, 250, 373, 530;
and travel writing, 396;
and Unitarianism, 66;
on Ralph Waldo Emerson, 530;
Theodore Parker on, 312
Writings by: “Coleridge's Literary Character,” 94–95, 561, 562;
“University Reform,” 167–68
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich, 65–66, 168
Heidegger, Martin, 553, 554, 575;
What Is Called Thinking, 554
Heilbrun, Carolyn, 237
Hendrick, George, 633
Herald of Freedom, 252, 380
Herder, Johann Gottfried von, 43, 45, 96, 97, 225, 226, 320, 350;
On the Spirit of Hebrew Poetry, 96
Herschel, John, 405, 455
Herschel, William, 563
Hetch Hetchy Valley, California, 649, 667
Hewitt, Elizabeth, 311
Heyne, Christian, 92
Heywood, Angela, 358
Heywood, Ezra, 283
Hicks, John H., 637
Hicks, Philip Marshal, 408–09
Hickson, W. E., 502
Higginson, Mary Channing, 277
Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, 168, 233, 234, 235, 263–90 passim, 299, 327, 339–40, 344, 367, 369, 370, 433;
and antislavery, 129, 146, 148–49, 210, 215, 218, 327;
and John Brown, 218–19;
and Ellery Channing, 277;
and Concord School of Philosophy, 169;
and Emily Dickinson, 263–90 passim;
and Margaret Fuller, 236, 237, 430–31, 432;
and globalization, 623;
and health, 247;
and nature writing, 419;
and poetry, 263–90 passim;
and religion, 321, 323, 625;
and woman's rights, 146, 168, 231–32, 327, 370;
electronic resources, 685;
on Dial, 381;
on Margaret Fuller, 168;
on Walt Whitman, 272–73
Writings by: “American Audiences,” 334;
“The American Lecture-System,” 333–34;
“April Days,” 340, 420;
“Barbarism and Civilization,” 339;
“Gymnastics,” 419;
“Letter to a Young Contributor,” 278, 280, 281;
“Man and Nature,” 337;
Margaret Fuller Ossoli, 430–31, 432;
“My Out-Door Study,” 340;
“Negro Spirituals,” 685;
“Ought Women to Learn the Alphabet?,” 232;
Out-Door Papers, 247, 339–40, 419;
“Physical Education,” 334;
“Physical Training for Americans,” 334;
“Poetry in an Unpoetical Age,” 271;
“The Procession of the Flowers,” 419;
Reader's History of American Literature, 287–88;
“Saints, and Their Bodies,” 339;
“Snow,” 419;
“Sunset Thoughts,” 271;
“The Sympathy of Religions,” 623–24;
“Unmanly Manhood,” 283;
“Water-Lilies,” 340, 419–20;
“Woman and Her Wishes,” 231–32
Hillside Chapel [Orchard House], 168
Hinduism, 57–58, 65, 623, 624, 645
History of Woman Suffrage, 358
Hoar, Edward, 399
Hoar, Elizabeth, 527, 528–29, 530, 531, 533
Hoar family, 488, 489
Hoar, Samuel, 488
Hobbes, Thomas, 17, 18
Hodder, Alan: “Asian Influences,” 27–37
Hodgson, Brian Houghton, 28, 32
Hogg, James, 88
Hohenlohe family, 127
Holbrook, Josiah, 331, 332
Holifield, E. Brooks, 40
Holinshed, Raphael, 39
Hollywood movies, 551, 555, 556, 557
Holmes, Ernest, 134 n.2
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 163, 337, 341, 343, 433, 449, 477, 478, 517;
Autocrat series, 343–44
Home Journal, 485
Homeopathy, 244, 600
Homer, 3, 4, 5, 7, 392, 406, 446;
Iliad, 5, 7, 87;
Odyssey, 5;
Henry David Thoreau on, 6, 7
Homestead Act, 191
Hooker, Thomas, 39
Hooper, Ellen Sturgis, 227, 264, 354, 355, 526, 532;
“The Woodfire,” 379
Hopedale Community, 255
Hopkins, Samuel, 39
Horace, 3, 420
Horne, R. H.: Orion, 598
Hosmer, Alfred Winslow, 432, 662, 665, 666
Hosmer, James Kendall, 149
Hotham, Edmond Stuart, 662
Houghton, Henry, 652
Houghton Library, Harvard University, 684
Houghton, Mifflin, and Company publishers, 304, 305, 430, 431, 433, 632, 652, 665
Howarth, William L., 307
Howe, Julia Ward, 168, 169, 234, 235, 236, 237, 367, 369, 448;
“Battle Hymn of the Republic,” 234, 235;
The Hermaphrodite, 233;
Passion Flowers, 233
(p. 741) Howe, Samuel Gridley, 161
Howells, William Dean, 477–78, 655
Hubert, Philip G., Jr.: Liberty and a Living, 663
Hudson River School of painting, 441
Hudson Valley, 461, 479
Hudspeth, Robert N., 298, 531;
“Letter Writing,” 309–18
Hughes, Langston, 678
Humboldt, Alexander von, 578
Hume, David, 9, 10, 12–15, 16–17, 18, 19–20, 21, 22, 24;
A Treatise of Human Nature, 12, 13, 17, 19, 20
Hungarian Revolution, 78, 79, 81–82
Hunt, Alfred, 74
Hunt, Benjamin P.: “Saturday and Sunday Among the Creoles,” 380;
“Voyage to Jamaica,” 380
Hunt's Merchants Magazine, 340
Hutcheson, Francis, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20–21, 22, 54;
An Essay on the Nature and Conduct of the Passions and Affections, with Illustrations on the Moral Sense, 17;
Inquiry into the Original of Our Ideas of Beauty and Virtue, 17
Hutchinson, Abigail, 47
Hutchinson, Anne, 39, 40, 223, 224, 236, 606
Hutchison, William R., 624
Hutton, James, 563
Hydropathy, 244
Hypnotism: see mesmerism
Ibsen, Henrik, 633;
Doll's House, 236
Ickes, Harold, 652, 653
The Index, 235, 362, 363, 369, 619
India, 27, 100, 518, 623, 625, 629, 633–34
Indian Bureau, 201–02
Indian Opinion, 634–35
Iowa State University, 684
Iphigenia, 392
Iraq, 638
Ireland, Alexander, 192, 433
Irey, Eugene F., 685
Irish, 78, 199, 516, 519, 521, 522
Irving, Washington, 375, 378, 441, 446, 450 n.2
Isaac, 447
Isaiah, 7, 45
Isis, 228
Islam, 28, 30, 57–58, 100
Italian literature, 109, 159, 258
“Italian Patriot Song,” 78
Italian revolution, 79, 80
Italy, 78, 79, 443, 445, 449, 450, 472, 495
Jackson, Andrew, 77, 136, 195, 442, 513, 644
Jackson, Charles, 573
Jackson, Helen Hunt, 280, 281
Jackson, Marianne Cabot, 355
Jackson, Robert Montgomery Smith, 645–47, 654;
The Mountain, 646–47
Jackson, William Henry, 665
Jacob, 447
Jacobi, Friedrich Heinrich, 90
James, Henry, 299, 311, 313, 442, 556, 651;
Hawthorne, 430
James Munroe and Company publishers, 380
Jameson, Anna: Diary of an Ennuyée, 445
James R. Osgood and Company publishers, 433
James, William, 132;
Varieties of Religious Experience, 132–33, 502
Japp, A. H.: see H. A. Page
Jardin des Plantes [Paris], 120, 388, 410, 577
Jeffers, Robinson, 465, 675
Jefferson, Thomas, 518;
Declaration of Independence, 517, 573–74
Jehlen, Myra, 185–86
Jeremiah, 45, 446–47
Jesus of Nazareth, 67, 118, 126, 127, 129, 130, 131, 158, 231, 348, 619, 625, 630, 636;
historical Jesus, 66, 320–21, 324–25, 588–89, 624;
miracles by, 51, 53, 54–57, 63, 122, 123;
Sermon on the Mount, 320
Jewett, Sarah Orne, 652
Jews, 35, 54, 57, 58, 59, 126, 446, 447, 624
John Murray publishers, 349–50
John, Gospel of, 224, 348
Johnson, Judith Kennedy, 302
Johnson, Linck, 241–42;
“The Life and Legacy of ‘Civil Disobedience,’” 629–41
Johnson, Samuel: “Rasselas,” 29
Johnson, Samuel, 619, 620, 624, 625, 626, 627;
Oriental Religions and their Relation to Universal Religion, 35, 625
Johnston, Carol, 302
Jones, Samuel Arthur, 432, 632, 665
Jones, William, 28;
translation of “The Laws of Manu,” 30, 32
Jonson, Ben, 342
Jouffroy, Théodore Simon, 10, 18, 96, 97;
Introduction to Ethics, 18–19, 98, 378
Journal keeping, 291–308
Journal of Speculative Philosophy, 263
JSTOR, 686, 687
Judd, Sylvester, 106;
Margaret: A Tale of the Real and the Ideal, 232
Juvenal, 3
Kagle, Stephen, 295
Kansas-Nebraska Act, 216
Kant, Immanuel, 53, 56, 87, 89, 155, 449, 522, 549, 557, 603;
and Amos Bronson Alcott, 158;
and James Freeman Clarke, 90;
and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 90;
and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 42, 588;
and globalization, 514–15;
and Frederic Henry Hedge, 94–95;
and Henry David Thoreau, 516;
and virtue, 538–41 passim
Writings by: Critique of Pure Reason, 38, 553, 562–63;
Theory of the Heavens, 563
Kateb, George, 138
Keats, Emma, 99
Keats, George, 98–99
Keats, John, 98, 678;
“Ode to Apollo,” 98
Kendall, Paul Murray, 429
Kerner, Justinus Andreas Christian: The Seeress of Prevorst, 390
Kerouac, Jack, 36
Keyes, John M., 484
Kindergarten Messenger, 159
Kindergarten movement, 159, 233
King, Clarence: Mountaineering in the Sierra Nevada, 425
King, Martin Luther, Jr., 629, 635–37;
Autobiography, 637;
“A Legacy of Creative Protest,” 636–37;
Stride Toward Freedom, 636
King, Thomas Starr, 333–34;
“Substance and Show,” 333, 334
Kingdom, Samuel S., 491
Kinnell, Galway, 676
Kirkland, John Thornton, 3–4
Knickerbocker Club, 343
Knickerbocker Magazine, 374, 375, 378, 381
Knight, Janice, 40
Know-Nothing Party, 58
Koenig-Woodyard, Chris, 672
Komunyakaa, Yusef, 678
Kopley, Richard, 603, 606;
“Naysayers: Poe, Hawthorne, and Melville,” 597–613
Kossuth, Lajos, 81–82, 83
Kouroo, artist of [Walden], 33
Kozol, Jonathan, 161, 169
Krafft-Ebing, Richard von, 245
Kraitsir, Charles, 7, 159
Krauss, Rosalind, 455
Krutch, Joseph Wood, 654
Kuhn, George, 157–58
Kyoto conference on global warming, 581–82
LaBastile, Anne, 644
Labour Prophet, 633
Lader, Lawrence, 215
Ladies' Home Journal, 491
Lamarck, Jean-Baptiste, 586
Lamartine, Alphonse de, 78
Lamb, Charles, 88
Land Grant Colleges Act, 191
Landor, Walter Savage, 88;
Pericles and Aspasia, 354
Lane, Albert, 484
Lane, Charles, 242, 253, 259;
and Amos Bronson Alcott, 158, 178, 242, 250, 251–52, 533, 534;
and Alcott family, 259;
and Dial, 380;
and Fruitlands, 158, 178, 242, 250, 251–52, 257, 534;
and health, 251;
on Brook Farm, 253
Writings by: “The Consociate Family Life,” 251, 256;
“Fruitlands,” 256;
“Intelligence,” 243
Lane, Fitz Hugh, 450 n.1
Lane, William, 250, 253
Langlois, Alexandre, 33
Language, 604
Lanier, Sidney, 285, 287
Laplace, Pierre-Simon, 336
Lathrop, George Parsons, 486
Lathrop, Rose Hawthorne, 486, 488
Latin literature, 157, 159, 161, 258, 470
Latour, Bruno, 575, 580
Lavoisier, Antoine, 576
Lawrence, D. H., 381
Lawrence, Jerome, 637
Lawrence, Kathleen, 227, 237 n.1
“The Laws of Manu,” 30, 32, 33, 460
Lazarus, Emma, 662
Lectures, 330–47 passim,
Lee, Hannah Sawyer Farnham: Historical Sketches of the Old Painters, 443
Lee, Li-Young, 678
Lee, Mother Ann, 55
Lee, Robert E., 637
Leibniz, Gottfried, 87
Leopold, Aldo, 643, 644, 653–54
Leroux, Pierre, 98
Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim, 320
Letcher, John, 219
Letter writing, 309–18
Levertov, Denise, 676
Levine, George, 572
Lewes, George Henry, 507
Lewis, John, 636
Lewis, Jone Johnson, 683
Liberator, 146, 191, 211, 214, 334, 336, 632
Liberty Bell, 674
Liberty Party, 149
Library of Congress: electronic resources, 686
Lincoln, Abraham, 61, 82, 149, 184, 189, 233;
and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 149, 518;
and Theodore Parker, 13;
“Gettysburg Address,” 82–83
Lindsay, Theophilus, 52
Linus, 6
Literary criticism, 384–95 passim
Literary World [Boston], 429
Livermore, Mary, 168
Livy, 3
Ljungquist, Kent P.: “Lectures and the Lyceum Movement,” 330–47
Locke, John, 9–12, 14–15, 56, 89, 122, 123, 127, 133, 155, 215, 455–56, 508, 552, 585, 597;
and Amos Bronson Alcott, 11;
and Orestes A. Brownson, 12;
and James Freeman Clarke, 10;
and Mary Moody Emerson, 11;
and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 10, 11, 643;
and religion, 54;
and George Ripley, 10, 11, 122;
and Unitarianism, 121
Writings by: Essay Concerning Human Understanding, 10;
The Reasonableness of Christianity, 11
(p. 743) Lombe, Edward, 502
London Institution for the Diffusion of Science, Literature, and Arts, 331
London Review, 506
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 275, 378, 429, 621;
Ballads and Other Poems, 601
Longfellow, Samuel, 621–22, 625
Longinus, 603
Lopez, Barry, 645
Lord's Supper, 93
Lorde, Audre, 674, 677
Lothrop, Mrs. Daniel, 482
Lothstein, Arthur S., 680 n.1
Lotus Sūtra, 32
Loudon, John C.: Encyclopedia of Cottage, Farm, and Villa Architecture, 462
Louis-Napoléon, 79
Louis-Philippe, King, 78, 79, 404
L'Ouverture, Toussaint, 75
Louvre, 442
Lovejoy, Elijah P., 364, 506
Lowell, Amy, 677
Lowell Institute [Boston], 333, 345
Lowell, James Russell, 470, 477, 478, 650;
and Dial, 380, 532;
and Walt Whitman, 274–75, 277;
Margaret Fuller on, 394;
on Ralph Waldo Emerson, 144, 338;
on Nathaniel Hawthorne, 478;
on Henry David Thoreau, 416;
on Walt Whitman, 275;
Edgar Allan Poe on, 600, 601–02
Writings by: A Fable for Critics, 144, 601–02
Lowell Lectures [Boston], 337, 589
Lowell Mills [Massachusetts], 376, 478
Lowell Offering, 376
Lowell, Robert, 675, 677
Lowenthal, David, 647
Lowth, Robert, 5
“L., R.,” 504
Luke, 120, 324
Luminist painters, 441, 450 n.1
Lutherans, 123
Lyceum movement, 330–47 passim
Lyceum of Natural History [New York], 331
Lyell, Charles, 586, 587
MacKaye, Benton, 653
Mackie, John, 365
Macy, John Albert, 635
Maddox, Lucy, 203
Madison, Dolley Payne Todd, 349
Mahābhārata, 33
Majumdar, P. C., 36
The Making of America [web site], 685, 686
Malthus, Thomas, 143–44, 576
Manchester Labour Church [England], 633
Mandeville, Bernard, 17
Manifest Destiny, 82, 183–97, 643
Mann, Horace, 161–62, 166, 335, 336
Mann, Mary Peabody, 161, 442, 527, 528, 530;
Moral Culture of Infancy, 159
Mantell, Gideon, 586
Manzoni, Alessandro, 392
Manzoni, Henriette-Louise Blondel, 392
Manu, 30, 32, 33, 130, 460
Mapes, James Jay, 336
“Margaret Fuller Cottage” [Brook Farm], 254
Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House, 237
Margaret Fuller Society, 685
Mark, 122
“Marseilles Hymn,” 78
Marsh, George Perkins, 181–82, 643, 647;
Man and Nature, 181–82, 647
Marsh, James, 86, 87, 88–90, 96, 155, 181, 561–62;
“Preliminary Essay” to Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Aids to Reflection, 89
Marshall, Megan, 528, 529
Marshall, Robert, 652–53
Marshman, Joshua: The Works of Confucius, 30
Martí, Jose, 672, 674, 675
Martin, Giles M., 366
Martineau, Harriet, 505, 507, 510–11;
Autobiography, 505, 506;
“Hour and Man,” 75;
Letters on the Laws of Man's Nature and Development, 505;
“The Manifest Destiny of the American Union,” 510;
“The Martyr Age in the United States,” 506;
Retrospect of Western Travel, 505;
Society in America, 505
Martineau, James, 500–01, 502, 505;
“English Religion: Its Origin and Present Types,” 505;
“Mesmeric Atheism,” 505;
The Rationale of Religious Inquiry, 122
Marx, A. B., 469–70
Marx, Karl, 143
Mary, Virgin, 228, 392
Mashpee nation, 206
Masonic Temple [Boston], 352, 410
Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, 216
Massachusetts Attorney General, 283, 298
Massachusetts Bay Colony, 606, 630
Massachusetts Board of Education, 161
Massachusetts 54th Regiment, 675
Massachusetts Quarterly Review, 363, 499
Massachusetts Review, 636
Masters, Edgar Lee, 672
Mather, Cotton, 27, 378
Mather, Richard, 40
Mather, Stephen, 667
Matteson, John, 158, 246, 533
Matthiessen, F. O., 131, 305, 331, 481–82
May, Samuel Joseph, 146, 192, 529
May, Samuel, Jr., 213
Maynard, W. Barksdale: “Architecture,” 460–68
Mays, Benjamin, 636
Mazzini, Giuseppe, 80, 403, 519
McCarthy, Joseph, 211
McKibben, Bill, 643
McLean Hospital [Belmont, Massachusetts], 99
(p. 744) McMurtry, Larry, 655
Meadville Theological Seminary, 63
Mechanics Association [Boston], 333
Mechanics' Institute [Boston], 333
Meehan, Sean Ross: “Photography,” 453–59
Melodeon [Boston], 109
Melville, Herman: and Transcendentalism, 607–11;
on Ralph Waldo Emerson, 608–09, 610–11;
on Nathaniel Hawthorne, 607, 609;
on Edgar Allan Poe, 609;
on William Shakespeare, 609;
on Henry David Thoreau, 609
Writings by: “Bartleby, the Scrivener,” 175;
“Benito Cereno,” 514;
Clarel, 610;
The Confidence-Man, 609;
Mardi, 79;
Moby-Dick, 63, 610–11;
Pierre, 608, 610;
“The Whiteness of the Whale” [Moby-Dick], 611
Menu: see Manu
Mercantile Journal, 597–98
Mercantile Library Association [Boston], 109, 231
Merwin, W. S., 672, 676
Mesmer, Franz Anton, 127, 130
Mesmerism, 127–28, 130, 242, 600
Methodists, 504
Mexican War, 82, 146, 176, 186, 190, 214, 215, 327, 516, 631, 638
Meyer, Michael, 635
Michelangelo Buonarroti, 444, 446, 449
Mickiewicz, Adam, 80, 100
Middlesex County Commissioners, 663
Middlesex County Education Association, 162
Middlesex County Jail, 631, 633
Mignolo, Walter, 514
Mill, John Stuart, 143, 500, 506–07;
“Enfranchisement of Women,” 507;
On Liberty, 542
Millay, Edna St. Vincent, 465, 679
Miller, Arthur: The Crucible, 479
Miller, Jahu de Witt, 487–88
Miller, Perry, 27, 38–39, 43, 48, 153, 210–11, 292, 304, 585
Miller, Scot, 668
Milnes, Richard Mockton: “American Philosophy—Emerson's Works,” 496
Milton, John, 105, 336, 386, 501, 508;
and Amos Bronson Alcott, 91;
Ralph Waldo Emerson on, 96;
History of Britain, 100;
Paradise Lost, 607
Minerva, 228
Minkins, Shadrach, 215–16
Minutemen, 71
Miracles controversy, 52–53, 122–26, 321, 325, 447, 585, 588–89
Miriam, 392
Mississippi, 637
Missouri Compromise, 174
Mitchel, Ormsby McKnight, 336
Mitchell, Donald G.: My Farm of Edgewood, 414
Mitchell, S. Weir, 244
Mitchill, Samuel Latham, 330–31
Modernism, 381, 672, 676
Modoc nation, 201
Moldavia, 78
Monadnoc, Mount, 411
Montaigne, Michel Eyquem de, 342
Montcalm, Louis-Joseph de, 401
Montgomery, Alabama, 636, 637
Monthly Anthology and Boston Review, 29, 224
Moore, Marianne, 382, 672, 675, 679
Moore, Thomas, 88–89;
The Epicurean, 86;
“Lalla Rookh,” 89
Mora, Pat, 678
Moral absolute, 183–97
More, Paul Elmer, 663
Morehouse College, 636
Morgan, Edmund, 48
Morley, Henry, 502, 507
Morris, Saundra: “Twentieth-Century American Poetry,” 671–81