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The Resource America is West : an anthology of middlewestern life and literature

America is West : an anthology of middlewestern life and literature

Label
America is West : an anthology of middlewestern life and literature
Title
America is West
Title remainder
an anthology of middlewestern life and literature
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Related
Cataloging source
Minnesota. Univ. Libr.
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS563
LC item number
.F5
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1906-1996
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Flanagan, John T.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • American literature
  • American literature
  • American literature
  • Middle West
Label
America is West : an anthology of middlewestern life and literature
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • plain man
  • Edgar Watson Howe
  • "Tradin' Joe"
  • James Whitcomb Riley
  • Mr. And Mrs. Babbitt
  • Sinclair Lewis
  • Modern Gothic
  • Vincent Sheean
  • Mary White
  • William Allen White
  • Story of an early courtship
  • The
  • Mayos at work
  • Helen Clapesattle
  • The
  • bitter drink
  • Tin Lizzie
  • John Dos Passos
  • Progress in the northwest
  • William D. Gallagher
  • Making a home
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Logan Esarey
  • Iowa
  • Ruth Suckow
  • Nebraska
  • Willa Cather
  • Kansas
  • Carl Becker
  • Sheep country
  • Archer B. Gilfillan
  • Revolt against the city
  • Abraham Lincoln walks at midnight
  • Grant Wood
  • Dusk over Wisconsin
  • August Derleth
  • Lincoln
  • Henry A. Wallace
  • America remembers
  • Paul Engle
  • Vachel Lindsay
  • Lucinda Matlock
  • Fiddler Jones
  • Edgar Lee Masters
  • A
  • Eugene Field
  • The blue duck
  • Lew Sarett
  • The black duck dinner
  • James Floyd Stevens
  • How to tell corn fairies if you see 'em
  • Carl Sandburg
  • Shanty-boy on the Big Eau Claire
  • The banks of the Little Eau Pleine
  • Franz Rickaby, compiler
  • The Egypt of the West
  • The return of Johnny Appleseed
  • Charles Allen Smart
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • The Middle West
  • Frederick Jackson Turner
  • Addik Kum Maig
  • Mon-daw-min
  • Henry Rowe Schoolcraft
  • Christian-County mosquitoes
  • Saukanuk
  • James M. Phalen
  • Buffalo
  • Louis Hennepin
  • The Fox-Wisconsin route
  • Jonathan Carver
  • Indian attack on Michilimackinac
  • Alexander Henry
  • Mamelle Prairie
  • Edmund Flagg
  • Biography of Blackbird
  • The red pipestone quarry
  • George Catlin
  • Early river travel
  • Timothy Flint
  • Travel in the woods
  • Baynard Rush Hall
  • A legend of Carondelet
  • James Hall
  • A buffalo and elk hunt
  • Henry Hastings Sibley
  • Alphonso Wetmore
  • Ball at Thram's Huddle
  • Caroline Kirkland
  • Little preacher from down East
  • Peter Cartwright
  • The standing candidate
  • John S. Robb
  • Spelling down the master
  • Edward Eggleston
  • Zury chooses a wife
  • Joseph Kirkland
  • Payton Skah
  • I become Cow Vandemark
  • Herbert Quick
  • Toward the sunset
  • Ole Edvart Rolvagg
  • William Joseph Snelling
  • Pontiac's siege
  • Arthur Pound
  • The Windigo
  • Mary Hartwell Catherwood
  • My winter in the woods
  • Glanville Smith
  • Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Troost
  • Alice Cary
  • Growing up with the country
  • Stanley Waterloo
  • Under the lion's paw
  • Hamlin Garland
  • A start in life
  • Ruth Suckow
  • The drive
  • Color in the wheat
  • Hamlin Garland
  • Buck in the bottoms
  • August Derleth
  • The proud farmer
  • Vachel Lindsay
  • The Judas goose
  • Winifred Van Etten
  • The movers
  • Inquiry
  • Stewart Edward White
  • James Hearst
  • One book : the almanac
  • Della Lutes
  • Belling a fox
  • Charles D. Stewart
  • The last of the boatmen
  • Morgan Neville
  • Putting a black-leg on shore
  • Benjamin Drake
  • Keelboat life
  • The Peshtigo fire
  • Samuel Langhorne Clemens
  • Jim Bludso, of the Prairie Belle
  • John Hay
  • The "fashionable tour : on the Upper Mississippi
  • Theodore C. Blegen
  • Old times on the Missouri
  • Charles D. Stewart
  • River town
  • Marquis W. Childs
  • Stewart Hall Holbrook
  • A boyhood in the bush
  • Thomas J. LeBlanc
  • Five peas on a barrel-head
  • Lew Sarett
  • Haircut
  • Ring Lardner
  • An Iowa childhood
  • Edna Ferber
  • Vikings use their heads
  • Skulda V. Baner
  • Old St. Louis
  • Jessie Benton Fremont
  • The dandy
  • Thomas Peirce
  • Main Street
  • Major Amberson's town
  • Booth Tarkington
  • Chicago
  • Carl Sandburg
  • Effie Whittlesy
  • A fable in slang
  • George Ade
  • The auctioneer's wife
  • Ben Hecht
  • Mr. Dooley on home life
  • Sinclair Lewis
  • Finley Peter Dunne
  • Young architect in Chicago
  • Frank Lloyd Wright
  • Precinct captain
  • James T. Farrell
  • The mills
  • Joseph Husband
  • The chute
  • Albert Halper
  • Fiesta in St. Paul
  • Death in the woods
  • Grace Flandrau
  • F.O.B. Detroit
  • Wessel Smitter
  • Sherwood Anderson
  • The district school
  • Clarence Darrow
  • Young poet in Davenport
  • Floyd Dell
Control code
1326340
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
vii 7 unnumbered pages, 677 pages
Lccn
a 45004710
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations (including map)
System control number
(OCoLC)1326340
Label
America is West : an anthology of middlewestern life and literature
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • plain man
  • Edgar Watson Howe
  • "Tradin' Joe"
  • James Whitcomb Riley
  • Mr. And Mrs. Babbitt
  • Sinclair Lewis
  • Modern Gothic
  • Vincent Sheean
  • Mary White
  • William Allen White
  • Story of an early courtship
  • The
  • Mayos at work
  • Helen Clapesattle
  • The
  • bitter drink
  • Tin Lizzie
  • John Dos Passos
  • Progress in the northwest
  • William D. Gallagher
  • Making a home
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Logan Esarey
  • Iowa
  • Ruth Suckow
  • Nebraska
  • Willa Cather
  • Kansas
  • Carl Becker
  • Sheep country
  • Archer B. Gilfillan
  • Revolt against the city
  • Abraham Lincoln walks at midnight
  • Grant Wood
  • Dusk over Wisconsin
  • August Derleth
  • Lincoln
  • Henry A. Wallace
  • America remembers
  • Paul Engle
  • Vachel Lindsay
  • Lucinda Matlock
  • Fiddler Jones
  • Edgar Lee Masters
  • A
  • Eugene Field
  • The blue duck
  • Lew Sarett
  • The black duck dinner
  • James Floyd Stevens
  • How to tell corn fairies if you see 'em
  • Carl Sandburg
  • Shanty-boy on the Big Eau Claire
  • The banks of the Little Eau Pleine
  • Franz Rickaby, compiler
  • The Egypt of the West
  • The return of Johnny Appleseed
  • Charles Allen Smart
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • The Middle West
  • Frederick Jackson Turner
  • Addik Kum Maig
  • Mon-daw-min
  • Henry Rowe Schoolcraft
  • Christian-County mosquitoes
  • Saukanuk
  • James M. Phalen
  • Buffalo
  • Louis Hennepin
  • The Fox-Wisconsin route
  • Jonathan Carver
  • Indian attack on Michilimackinac
  • Alexander Henry
  • Mamelle Prairie
  • Edmund Flagg
  • Biography of Blackbird
  • The red pipestone quarry
  • George Catlin
  • Early river travel
  • Timothy Flint
  • Travel in the woods
  • Baynard Rush Hall
  • A legend of Carondelet
  • James Hall
  • A buffalo and elk hunt
  • Henry Hastings Sibley
  • Alphonso Wetmore
  • Ball at Thram's Huddle
  • Caroline Kirkland
  • Little preacher from down East
  • Peter Cartwright
  • The standing candidate
  • John S. Robb
  • Spelling down the master
  • Edward Eggleston
  • Zury chooses a wife
  • Joseph Kirkland
  • Payton Skah
  • I become Cow Vandemark
  • Herbert Quick
  • Toward the sunset
  • Ole Edvart Rolvagg
  • William Joseph Snelling
  • Pontiac's siege
  • Arthur Pound
  • The Windigo
  • Mary Hartwell Catherwood
  • My winter in the woods
  • Glanville Smith
  • Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Troost
  • Alice Cary
  • Growing up with the country
  • Stanley Waterloo
  • Under the lion's paw
  • Hamlin Garland
  • A start in life
  • Ruth Suckow
  • The drive
  • Color in the wheat
  • Hamlin Garland
  • Buck in the bottoms
  • August Derleth
  • The proud farmer
  • Vachel Lindsay
  • The Judas goose
  • Winifred Van Etten
  • The movers
  • Inquiry
  • Stewart Edward White
  • James Hearst
  • One book : the almanac
  • Della Lutes
  • Belling a fox
  • Charles D. Stewart
  • The last of the boatmen
  • Morgan Neville
  • Putting a black-leg on shore
  • Benjamin Drake
  • Keelboat life
  • The Peshtigo fire
  • Samuel Langhorne Clemens
  • Jim Bludso, of the Prairie Belle
  • John Hay
  • The "fashionable tour : on the Upper Mississippi
  • Theodore C. Blegen
  • Old times on the Missouri
  • Charles D. Stewart
  • River town
  • Marquis W. Childs
  • Stewart Hall Holbrook
  • A boyhood in the bush
  • Thomas J. LeBlanc
  • Five peas on a barrel-head
  • Lew Sarett
  • Haircut
  • Ring Lardner
  • An Iowa childhood
  • Edna Ferber
  • Vikings use their heads
  • Skulda V. Baner
  • Old St. Louis
  • Jessie Benton Fremont
  • The dandy
  • Thomas Peirce
  • Main Street
  • Major Amberson's town
  • Booth Tarkington
  • Chicago
  • Carl Sandburg
  • Effie Whittlesy
  • A fable in slang
  • George Ade
  • The auctioneer's wife
  • Ben Hecht
  • Mr. Dooley on home life
  • Sinclair Lewis
  • Finley Peter Dunne
  • Young architect in Chicago
  • Frank Lloyd Wright
  • Precinct captain
  • James T. Farrell
  • The mills
  • Joseph Husband
  • The chute
  • Albert Halper
  • Fiesta in St. Paul
  • Death in the woods
  • Grace Flandrau
  • F.O.B. Detroit
  • Wessel Smitter
  • Sherwood Anderson
  • The district school
  • Clarence Darrow
  • Young poet in Davenport
  • Floyd Dell
Control code
1326340
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
vii 7 unnumbered pages, 677 pages
Lccn
a 45004710
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations (including map)
System control number
(OCoLC)1326340

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