7 edition of The ways of a worker of a century ago as shown by the diary of Joseph Lye, shoemaker found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Fred A. Gannon ...|
|LC Classifications||F74.L98 L8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., 25 p.|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||18021664|
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Joseph Lye was born in Lynn, Mass., inbeing one of the nine sons of Joseph Lye, a shoemaker and soldier of the Revolution, and Ann Hart. He kept a diary which shows that he “was first clerk of the Second Congregational church (Unitarian), clerk of the Fire club, served as juryman, trained in the militia, watched with sick friends and Author: Fred A.
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The Ways of a Worker of a Century Ago as Shown by the Diary of Joseph Lye, Shoemaker Language: English: LoC Class: F United States local history: New England: Subject: Working class -- United States Subject: Labor -- United States Subject: Lye, Joseph, Subject: Lynn (Mass.) Category: Text: EBook-No.
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Showing of records. Pat Dunn presents another glimpse into the history of Lye, Wollescote and Stambermill, small Black Country communities spawned by the Industrial Revolution. In a collection of over atmospheric photographs, the independence, sociability and humour of their inhabitants are shown, depicting alehouses and allotments, bands, choirs great gardens and industrial streets.
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List of articles in category 18th Century Diaries and Personal Writings; Title Published Date Author Hits; Extracts from the Diary of William Bray 02 August Written by William Bray Hits: The Memoirs of General the Baron de Marbot in 2 Volumes. 02 August Written by Baron de Marbot. Rule number two, you don’t have to buy a diary.
A blank book will work just fine. Matter of fact a blank book is better so that “the date can be written at the head of each day’s entry. This has the advantage of allowing a long and elaborate entry whenever anything happens to demand it.
Manuscript Women's Letters and Diaries Collection of previously unpublished letters and diaries by women of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries documenting the details of their lives and illuminating the roles women played within their families, their communities, and the social and political movements of their times.
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Life as a Tudor gent: the 16th-century diary of Humphrey Newton History tells us much about the lives of the people who ruled in the s, but what of those further down the social scale. Deborah Youngs examines a rare personal notebook from one of the lesser gentry.
The Ways of a Worker of a Century Ago: as Shown by the Diary of Joseph Lye, Shoemaker, by Fred A. Gannon (Gutenberg ebook) Labor and Freedom: The Voice and Pen of Eugene V. Debs, by Eugene V. Debs (Gutenberg ebook). a sigh. Rigopoula Talarantas Tsambounieri.
* Aug She knows Why does she do the things she does. I know very well she doesn’t have to. We grew up together there isn’t anything about her I don’t know. Stubborn, stubborn women. I even k. The diary of Roger Lowe, for example, who refused to conform to the re-established church, allows us to picture a later seventeenth century mercer's apprentice living in a Lancashire village.
The Ways of a Worker of a Century Ago: as Shown by the Diary of Joseph Lye, Shoemaker, by Fred A. Gannon (Gutenberg ebook) Filed under: Lynn (Mass.) -- Description and travel. In Lynn woods, with pen and camera, (Lynn, Mass., T. Nichols, ), by Nathan Mortimer Hawkes (page images at. In the 18th century, a diary of extraordinary emotional interest was kept by Jonathan Swift and sent to Ireland as The Journal to Stella (written –13; published –68).
This work is a surprising amalgam of ambition, affection, wit, and freakishness.Joseph H. Prime () was a native of Dover, Strafford County, New Hampshire, the son of Joseph Prime and Mahala Vickery.
During the Civil War he served as corporal in Co. F, 13th New Hampshire Infantry (September to October ), and as 1st lieutenant and captain in G and F companies, 7th Regiment Infantry, United States Colored. This book which is an abridged version of Edward Robb Ellis' diary (begun as a bet among friends when he was 16 in ) is FANTASTIC.
Ellis began work as a journalist in the s in New Orleans, "covering Huey Long, Louis Armstrong, as well as the city's hungry workers, and the colorful French Quarter."/5(6).