stopped , except for Arthur's , which Molly called " a waiting not a working salary . ... During the 1870s and 1880s , visionaries like Arthur Foote whipped up enthusiasm for the construction of large irrigation networks , which would ...
Author: Darlis A. Miller
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Devoted wife and mother. Acclaimed novelist, illustrator, and interpreter of the American West. At a time when society expected women to concentrate on family and hearth, Mary Hallock Foote (1847-1938) published twelve novels, four short story collections, almost two dozen stories and essays, and innumerable illustrations. In Mary Hallock Foote, Darlis A. Willer examines the life of this gifted and spirited woman from the East as she adapted herself and her artistic vision to the West. Foote's images of the American West differed sharply from those offered by male artists and writers of the time. She depicted a more gentle West, a domestic West of families and settlements rather than a Wild West of soldiers, American Indians, and cowboys. Miller examines how Foote's career was molded by the East-West tensions she experienced throughout her adult life and by society's expectations of womanhood and motherhood. This biography recounts Foote’s Quaker upbringing; her education at the School of Design for Women at Cooper Union, New York; her marriage to Arthur De Wint Foote, including his alcohol problems; her life in Boise, Idaho, and later Grass Valley, California; her grief over the early death of daughter Agnes Foote; and the previously unexplored last two decades of her life. Miller has made extensive use of every major archive of letters and documents by and about Foote. She sheds light on Foote's numerous stories, essays, and novels. And examines all pertinent sources on Foote's life and works. Anyone interested in the American West, women's history, or life histories in general will find Miller's biography of Mary Hallock Foote fascinating,
Combining a breadth of scholarship, insightful critical thinking, and an engaging personal interaction with Mary Hallock Foote’s substantial collection of illustrations and writings, Megan Riley McGilchrist provides a significant contribution to western literature and the lives of western writers. Exile, Nature, and Transformation in the Life of Mary Hallock Foote opens a window into the remarkable, little-known nineteenth-century personal history of accomplished American author and illustrator, Mary Hallock Foote, a woman both of her time, and ahead of it. When Mary gave up a successful career as an illustrator in New York to follow her husband, a mining engineer, to the West, she found herself in a new, unfamiliar, and often challenging world—sometimes feeling like an exile. The thousands of pages of her unpublished letters, which form the foundation of this book, give rare insight into the process of acculturation and eventually the transformation that she experienced. This wide-ranging analysis also examines the role that nature and Mary’s lifelong connection with the natural world played in her adaptation to the western mining towns where she spent much of the rest of her life. In many ways, Mary’s life mirrored that of author Megan Riley McGilchrist, whose parallel exile began in 1977 when she left America for England. Drawing equivalences with Mary’s life as an exile and her own life as an expatriate American woman, Megan provides a meditation on her own transformation, as much as on Mary’s. Megan demonstrates what it has been like to be a twenty-first-century American expatriate, Californian-turned-Londoner—to find common ground in the life of a nineteenth-century woman. Comprising elements of biography, literary analysis, history, and personal history, and containing many unpublished excerpts from Mary’s voluminous correspondence, Exile, Nature, and Transformation in the Life of Mary Hallock Foote offers insight into the ways Mary perceived the world around her. It also provides insight into the experiences of exiles of any time—people who have left a familiar environment to embark on a new life in a new and not necessarily comfortable setting.
Arthur Foote was a young engineer from back East whose wife, Mary Hallock Foote, was a widelypublishedillustrator andauthor hailedas “anauthentic voice ofthe West.”8Maryhadalreadyaccompaniedherhusbandonvariousexcursions into Mexico and ...
Author: Robert T. Hayashi
Publisher: University of Iowa Press
Even though race influenced how Americans envisioned, represented, and shaped the American West, discussions of its history devalue the experiences of racial and ethnic minorities. In this lyrical history of marginalized peoples in Idaho, Robert T. Hayashi views the West from a different perspective by detailing the ways in which they shaped the western landscape and its meaning. As an easterner, researcher, angler, and third-generation Japanese American traveling across the contemporary Idaho landscape—where his grandfather died during internment during World War II—Hayashi reconstructs a landscape that lured emigrants of all races at the same time its ruling forces were developing cultured processes that excluded nonwhites. Throughout each convincing and compelling chapter, he searches for the stories of dispossessed minorities as patiently as he searches for trout. Using a wide range of materials that include memoirs, oral interviews, poetry, legal cases, letters, government documents, and even road signs, Hayashi illustrates how Thomas Jefferson’s vision of an agrarian, all-white, and democratic West affected the Gem State’s Nez Perce, Chinese, Shoshone, Mormon, and particularly Japanese residents. Starting at the site of the Corps of Discovery’s journey into Idaho, he details the ideological, aesthetic, and material manifestations of these intertwined notions of race and place. As he ?y-?shes Idaho’s fabled rivers and visits its historical sites and museums, Hayashi reads the contemporary landscape in light of this evolution.
PhiladelFoote , Arthur , 1853-1937 . Humoresque . For the pianoforte . Op . 18. No. 2 . phia , T. Presser , cop . 1887 . 4. PpS Foote , Arthur William , 1853-1937 Instructive album ; 19 short piano pieces .
Arthur Foote . Homer A. Norris . Frank Lynes . Jos . Mosenthal . E. A. MacDowell . Clara Kathleen Rogers . Geo . W. Marston . Sebastian B. Schlesinger . John Orth . B. E. Woolf . Joshua Phippen . ANTHEMS , PART SONGS , Etc. ORGAN MUSIC ...
Arthur Foote ( Pianist , Mr. Arthur Foote ) ; Songs : “ Lithauisches Lied , ” Chopin ; “ Die Rose , " Schumann ; “ Standchen , ” Jensen ( Mrs. Arthur Nikisch ) ; Andante from Quartet in C minor , Rubinstein ; Minuet in A , No.
Arthur Foote ( Pianist , Mr. Arthur Foote ) ; Songs : " Lithauisches Lied , " Chopin ; " Die Rose , " Schumann ; Standchen , " Jensen ( Mrs. Arthur Nikisch ) ; Andante from Quartet in C minor , Rubinstein ; Minuet in A , No.
Ward was the name of relatives on Arthur Foote's side of the family. All of these names would have been available to Stegner through Foote's memoir, her letters, and members of the Foote family. An alternative to consciously borrowing ...
Author: Philip L. Fradkin
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Wallace Stegner was the premier chronicler of the twentieth-century western American experience, and his novels, the Pulitzer Prize–winning Angle of Repose and the National Book Award–winning The Spectator Bird, brought the life and landscapes of the West to national and international attention. Now, in this illuminating biography, Philip L. Fradkin goes beyond Stegner’s iconic literary status to give us, as well, the influential teacher and visionary conservationist, the man for whom the preservation and integrity of place was as important as his ability to render its qualities and character in his brilliantly crafted fiction and nonfiction. From his birth in 1909 until his death in 1993, Stegner witnessed nearly a century of change in the land that he loved and fought so hard to preserve. We learn of his hardscrabble youth on the Canadian frontier and in Utah, and of his painful relationship with his father, a bootlegger and gambler. We follow his intellectual awakening as a young man and his years as a Depression-era graduate student at the University of Iowa, during its earliest days as a literary center. We watch as he finds his home, with his wife, Mary, in the foothills above Palo Alto, which provided him with a long-awaited sense of belonging and a refuge in which he would write his most treasured works. And here are his years as the legendary founder of the Stanford Creative Writing Program, where his students included Ken Kesey, Edward Abbey, Robert Stone, and Wendell Berry. But the changes wrought by developers and industrialists were too much for Stegner, and he tirelessly fought the transformation of his Garden of Eden into Silicon Valley. His writings on the importance of establishing national parks and wilderness areas—not only for the preservation of untouched landscape but also for the enrichment of the human spirit—played a key role in the passage of historic legislation and comprise some of the most beautiful words ever written about the natural world. Here, too, is the story—told in full for the first time—of the accusations of plagiarism that followed the publication of Angle of Repose, and of the shadow they have cast on his greatest work. Rich in personal and literary detail, and in the sensual description of the country that shaped his work and his life—this is the definitive account of one of the most acclaimed and admired writers, teachers, and conservationists of our time.
70 1911 Foot . , Arthur William , 1853-1937 . An Irish rolk - song . Poem by Gilbert Parker . Boston , A. P. Schmidt ( c1922 ) 7 p . 31 cm . for high voice and piano . Foote , Arthur ullias , 1853-1937 . uithout baste , i thout rost ...
2.5 ARTHUR ARTHUR [Foote, 00] is an audio retrieval-by-example system designed for orchestral music. It is named after Arthur G. Lintgen who was able to identify phonographic recordings by the softer and louder passages, ...
Author: Fabio Crestani
The annual colloquium on information retrieval research provides an opportunity for both new and established researchers to present papers describing work in progress or ?nal results. This colloquium was established by the BCS IRSG(B- tish Computer Society Information Retrieval Specialist Group), and named the Annual Colloquium on Information Retrieval Research. Recently, the location of the colloquium has alternated between the United Kingdom and continental Europe. To re?ect the growing European orientation of the event, the colloquium was renamed “European Annual Colloquium on Information Retrieval Research” from 2001. Since the inception of the colloquium in 1979 the event has been hosted in the city of Glasgow on four separate occasions. However, this was the ?rst time that the organization of the colloquium had been jointly undertaken by three separate computer and information science departments; an indication of the collaborative nature and diversity of IR research within the universities of the West of Scotland. The organizers of ECIR 2002 saw a sharp increase in the number of go- quality submissions in answer to the call for papers over previous years and as such 52 submitted papers were each allocated 3 members of the program committee for double blind review of the manuscripts. A total of 23 papers were eventually selected for oral presentation at the colloquium in Glasgow which gave an acceptance rate of less than 45% and ensured a very high standard of the papers presented.
Sarabande and Cou- rante , from the violoncello sonatas of J. S. Bach ; for the pianoforte by Arthur Foote . Boston . cop . 1885. 4. pp . 7 . 1224.17 Betterton , Thomas . The life and times of Thomas Betterton , of the duke's and united ...
MARY HALLOCK FOOTE 1847-1938 Born in New York , Mary Hallock Foote spent her early life at the center of society and the abolitionist and feminist intellectual currents of the time . At age twenty - nine she married Arthur Foote ...
Author: Jack Hicks
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Category: Literary Collections
This text is the first volume of a comprehensive anthology of Californian literature. It is divided into four parts and contains material ranging from Native American origin myths to Hollywood novels dissecting the American dream.
Release on 1910 | by United States. Congress. Joint Committee to Investigate the Interior Department and Forestry Service
Arthur A. Foote , who was to make his H. E. proof this date , did not appear . " Interviewed Frank M. Raeder , La Veta , Colo . , in re H. E. of Arthur E. Foote . Trinidad , Colo . , Wednesday , November 11 , 1908 .
Author: United States. Congress. Joint Committee to Investigate the Interior Department and Forestry Service
Accompanists , Arthur Foote , Boston , Mass . , Robert Bonner , Providence , R. I. PROGRAM . Chorus - Isaiah lii , verses 1 and 2 . Awake , awake ; put on thy strength , O Zion ; put on thy beautiful garments , O Jerusalem , the holy ...
Vols. for 1957-61 include an additional (mid-January) no. called Directory issue, 1st-5th ed. The 6th ed. was published as the Dec. 1961 issue.
Release on 2020-07-14 | by Amaia Ibarraran-Bigalondo
Mary Hallock Foote's Western transformation gave her a perspective she might not have acquired in New York, where, if she had not met Arthur Foote, she would have likely stayed. Going to the West gave her a new template, a new vision of ...
Author: Amaia Ibarraran-Bigalondo
Category: Literary Criticism
The story of the American West is that of a journey. It is the story of a movement, of a geographical and human transition, of the delineation of a route that would soon become a rooted myth. The story of the American West has similarly journeyed across boundaries, in a two-way movement, sometimes feeding the idea of that myth, sometimes challenging it. This collection of essays relates to the notion of the traveling essence of the myth of the American West from different geographical and disciplinary standpoints. The volume originates in Europe, in Spain, where the myth traveled, was received, assimilated, and re-presented. It intends to travel back to the West, in a two-way cross-cultural journey, which will hopefully contribute to the delineation of the New—always self-renewing—American West. It includes the work of authors of both sides of the Atlantic ocean who propose a cross-cultural, transdisciplinary dialogue upon the idea, the geography and the representation of the American West.
1647. Bizzarrie poetiche posto in musica , libro 3. Pianto d'Erinna . 1982 search under Foote , Arthur , 1853-1937 . Scherzos flute , string quartet Scherzo for flute and string quartet / by Arthur Foote . - San Antonio , Tex .
Harvard-trained Arthur Foote, on the other hand, was the first American composer to be fully trained in America and is often viewed as the musical counterpart of Walt Whitman. That he was an early admirer of Brahms and Wagner and the ...
Author: Lucy Miller Murray
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
In Chamber Music: An Extensive Guide for Listeners, Lucy Miller Murray transforms her decades of program notes for some of the world’s most distinguished artists and presenters into the go-to guide for the chamber music novice and enthusiast. Offering practical information on the broad array of chamber music works from the Classical, Romantic, and Modern periods—and an artful selection from the Baroque period of Johann Sebastian Bach’s works—Chamber Music: An Extensive Guide for Listeners is both the perfect reference resource and chamber music primer for listeners.
Method of and means for the fixation of track - rails of tramway or railway lines Foote , Arthur D. , Grass Valley , Cal . Building dams Foote , Arthur D. , Grass Valley , Cal . Rock - drill . Foote , Charles B. , Jr. , Cincinnati ...
Foote , Danny R. , to Berkley & Company , Inc. Optically brightened Ford , Allen G .: Seenylon monofilament fishing ... Ignition systems and fuel Snyder , Alan Kent ; Schmidt , Arthur D .; Foote , Seldon T. , de- injection systems for ...
FOOTE (1853). Turning to a younger generation who have sturdily maintained the high standard set before them, ... the most significant representative of an exceptional class of musician—the native trained composer, Arthur Foote.
Author: Louis Adolphe Coerne
"The Evolution of Modern Orchestration" by Louis Adolphe Coerne is a book that traces the evolution of the orchestra and of orchestration in connection with the history of music proper. Special emphasis is laid upon what may be termed the "IMPELLING FORCES" to which the development of orchestration is due. In addition to extended studies of orchestral scores themselves, the standard works of Berlioz, Gevaërt, Riemann, Parry, and others have, as a matter of course, been referred to. Throughout the book, the achievements of the more prominent composers are set forth in such a manner as to indicate not only the distinctive features of their orchestration but their general creative ability as well.