m the West to delight our young people at the East were.
Audubon, the ornithologist, who had a way of interspersing between his bird sketches certain intermediate chapters called Episodes, usually personal narratives in the woods, beginning in 1831--and Timothy Flint, who wrote Ten years in the Valley of the Mississippi (1826), and also who wrote from Cincinnati to the London Athenaeum and had his books translated into French.
These books, with those of Peter Parley (sometimes written by Hawthorne), gave a most vivid charm to the Western wilds and rivers.
In The pioneers Cooper made us already conscious citizens of a great nation, and took our imagination as far as the Mississippi.
Lewis and Clark carried us beyond the Mississippi (1814). About 1835 Oregon expeditions were forming, and I remember when boys in New England used to peep through barn doors to admire the great wagons in which the emigrants were to travel.
Then came Mrs. Kirkland's A New home, Who'll follow?
Harvard College, 125, 140, 147, 202.
Hathorne, John, 267.
Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 90, 118, 139, 177, 182-191, 207.
Hay, John, 264.
Hayne, Paul Hamilton
Hooper, Mrs., 264.
Hopkinson, Francis, 54, 55.
House of the seven Gables, Hawthorne's, 185.
Howe, Mrs., Julia Ward, 264.
Howells, W. D., 3, 236, 248-252.
Huelled Roads, Garland's, 254.
Malvern Hill, Battle of, 217.
Marble Faun, Hawthorne's, 185.
Marennes, Billaud de, 82.
Marie Antoinette, 80.
Mark Twain, 2w, 70.
Morris, G. P., 105.
Morris, William, 220.
Mosses from an old Manse, Hawthorne's, 185.
Mother Goose, 220, 224.
Motley, John Lothrop, 87, 91, 118, 156..
Sartor Resartus, Carlyle's, 261.
Saturday Review, 268.
Scarlet letter, Hawthorne's, 185.
Scots wha hae wia Wallace bled, Burns's, 18.
Scott, Sir, Walter41.
Tupper, M. F., 228.
Twain, Mark, 236, 245, 246, 247.
Twice-told tales, Hawthorne's, 184, 190.
Tyler, Moses Coit, 14, 38, 57.
Uncle Tom's cabin, Mrs. Stowe