3 edition of Nancy Shippen - Her Journal Book found in the catalog.
March 15, 2007
by Beston Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||392|
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Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Shippen family papers. The papers of several generations of the Shippen and Burd families pertain to the history of colonial Pennsylvania. They include material on the westward expansion of the colonies, trade with the Indians, frontier life, and the French and Indian War, as they touched the lives of the. Nancy Shippen Livengood is an artist and objects conservator. She does original oil paintings, live event painting, and murals.
Benjamin Trott’s portrait of Anne Hume “ Nancy” Shippen is a rare example, because he painted very few women early in his career. The sitter was regarded by her numerous admirers as “ sweet to look upon, and sweeter yet to hold.” To please her parents, Shippen broke off an engagement with the man she loved in order to marry Colonel Henry Beekman Livingston in And yet, Brooke explained, and Nancy Shippen Livingston copied in her journal, “Equality is the soul of friendship: marriage, to give delight must join two minds, not devote a slave to the will of an imperious lord.” 52 Equality and submission proved difficult to reconcile. Her marriage was so far from her sense of this ideal of equal.
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Excerpt Nancy Shippen was a belle and beauty of Philadelphia during the closing years of the American Revolution, when William Penn's "greene country towne" was the capital of the United Colonies. Her lovely Georgian home at Locust Street and South Fourth was then within the heart of this treeembowered Court End of the little colonial city.
Nancy Shippen, her journal book the international romance of a young lady of fashion of colonial Philadelphia with letters to her and about her. by Anne Home Shippen Livingston. Published by J.B. Lippincott Company in Philadelphia, London. NANCY SHIPPEN HER JOURNAL BOOK Item Preview remove-circle This is a tragic story of a woman tricked into an unhappy marriage by her parents.
It ends bitterly for everyone connected to it. 4, Views. 7 Favorites. 1 Review. DOWNLOAD OPTIONS download 1. Format: Book; LOC call number: EL67 L6 ; Published: Philadelphia, London, J. Lippincott company, Books by Language Additional Collections Indic Manuscripts.
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She left the house without Peggy to visit with friends seven days in the first two weeks that are recorded in journal (including once to visit the wife of Chancellor Livingston, who had just given birth April 11th), and she received guests without mentioning her daughter's presence.
[Editor’s note: Nancy Shippen: Her Journal Book, subtitled, “The International Romance of a Young Lady of Fashion of Colonial Philadelphia with Letters to Her and About Her,” compiled and edited by Ethel Armes, was published in and is available free on the Internet Archive: Link.
The following review, written by the remarkable Philadelphia essayist, Agnes Repplier, appeared in the. Nancy Shippen: Her Journal Book () by Ethel Armes and Nancy Shippen The International Romance of a Young Lady of Fashion of Colonial Philadelphia Show More Show All Finding.
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The two spent several happy weeks together, and Nacy had no more time to write in her journal. But the visit had to come to an end sometime. Shippen had already forbade Nancy from taking Peggy away from her Livingston relatives, and soon Nancy was again facing the.
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[Anne Home Shippen Livingston; Ethel Armes; Cairns Collection of American Women Writers.]. Thomas Lee Shippen was born in to Alice Home Shippen and Dr. William Shippen, a medical pioneer, Professor of Anatomy at the University of Pennsylvania, and Director General and Chief Physician of the Continental Army.
Despite Dr. Shippen's reputation as the region's leading authority on obstetrics, Alice Shippen only saw two of her eight children live past birth — Nancy and. Book Review: Nancy Shippen Her Journal Book.
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Google Scholar. Sterne, Laurence Sterne. Letters of, in “The Works of Laurence Sterne,” ().Summary: Nancy Shippen's birthday is 04/05/ and is 71 years old. Nancy calls Acton, MA, home. In the past, Nancy has also been known as Nancy L Shippen and Nancy Lloyd Shippen.
Nancy's present occupation is listed as an Executive director at Our Prison Neighbors.A Debutante's View of the American Revolution; NANCY SHIPPEN: HER JOURNAL BOOK.
Edited by Ethel Armes. Illustrated. pp. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Company. $