American Studies Seminar - 2005
Childhoods Actual and Imagined: New England, 1790-1860
Figure 2. Portrait of Unidentified Family, New England, c. 1840. Oil on canvas, Old Sturbridge Village.
Thomas Teller, The pleasant journey : and scenes in town and country (New Haven: S. Babcock, 1845) p. 15.
Thomas Teller, The pleasant journey : and scenes in town and country (New Haven: S. Babcock, 1845) p. 37.
Good Advice for Boys & Girls (Worcester: S.A. Howland n.d.) p.12.
"The Hated Task" Charlotte Elizabeth, Short Stories for Children (American Tract Society, n.p. n.d.) p. 102.
Selene Livermore, Mourning Picture for John Flint Livermore, 1829 or 1830. Watercolor on paper, Old Sturbridge Village.
"A Horrid Young Monster," cartoon, David Claypoole Johnston, Scraps, (Boston, 1849)
Portrait of Mrs. Mary Angela Negus Spooner (1811-1886) and Children (George H. Spooner (1833-1876) and Caroline Negus Spooner (1835-1856). Painted by her sister, Caroline Negus Hildreth (1814-1867). C. 1835-1837. Watercolor and colored pencil or crayon on academy board, Old Sturbridge Village.
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Painting of Unidentified Woman and Child, c.1815-1825. Watercolor, Old Sturbridge Village.
Joseph H. Davis, Portrait of Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Tuttle and Family. Inscribed in ink below image, "Enoch Tuttle, Jr. Aged 32. Sept. 6th 1836. James Tuttle Aged 3 years December 13th. Durius W. Tuttle Aged 1 year July 18th. Hannah Tuttle. Aged 25. August 2nd. 1836. Painted at Bow Pond Strafford. August 6, 1836." Pencil, ink and watercolor on paper, Old Sturbridge Village