Source:Maine Writers Research Club. Just Maine Folks

Source Just Maine folks
Author Maine Writers Research Club
Totman, Henrietta Tozier
Place Maine, United States
Subject Biography
Publication information
Type Book
Publisher Journal Printshop
Date issued c1924
Place issued Lewiston, Me.
Maine Writers Research Club, and Henrietta Tozier Totman. Just Maine folks. (Lewiston, Me.: Journal Printshop, c1924).
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This title includes biographies of:

  • James Phinney Baxter
  • James G Blaine
  • Kate Douglas Wiggin (autobiographical sketch)
  • Robert Edwin Peary (North Pole)
  • Dorothea Lynde Dix
  • John D Long (Pres. McKinley's cabinet)
  • Alvin Orlando Lombard (inventor)
  • Charles Eugene Taft (sculptor)
  • John A Peters (judge)
  • Annie Louise Cary (singer)
  • Commodore Edward Preble
  • Abner Coburn (Governor, lumberman)
  • Sarah Orne Jewett (writer)
  • Hiram Maxim (gunsmith)
  • Enoch Lincoln (Governor and poet)
  • Rebecca M Clarke "Sophie May" (writer)
  • Nelson Dingley Jr. (Governor, US Representative)
  • James and Edward Kavanagh
  • Settlers of Aroostook County
  • Noah Brooks
  • Vaughan, Holmes and Goodale: Maine Agriculture
  • Leif the Lucky, the Cabots and Verrazzano, the Archangel: Early Explorers
  • Senator William P Frye
  • Charles Farrar Browne "Artemus Ward" (humorist)
  • Elijah Parish Lovejoy
  • Eben Dyer Jordan (Jordan Marsh Co)
  • Jacob Abbott (writer)
  • Lillian M N Stevens
  • Dr. George A Wheeler (physician, historian)
  • Sarah Payson Willis "Fanny Fern" (writer)
  • Nathaniel Parker Willis (poet, writer, editor)
  • David Barker (poet)
  • George Dana Boardman (missionary)
  • Major-General Henry Clay Merriam
  • Prof. Albert F Richardson
  • Lillian Norton "Madame Nordica" (singer)
  • John Alfred Poor (lawyer)
  • Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (poet)
  • Luther Whiting Mason (musician)
  • Elizabeth Oakes Smith (writer and lecturer)
  • Nathanial Hawthorne (writer)