bibliography of the writings of Hugh Henry Brackenridge prior to 1825

by Charles F. Heartman

Publisher: The Compiler in New York City

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    Statementcompiled by Charles F. Heartman ; with a portrait and facsimiles of title pages.
    GenreBibliography.
    SeriesHeartman"s historical series ;, no. 29
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ8113 .H3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination37 p., [2] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6605425M
    LC Control Number18003258
    OCLC/WorldCa2235349

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Henry Marie Brackenridge, –, American writer, b. Pittsburgh; son of Hugh Henry Brackenridge. Admitted to the Pennsylvania bar inhe moved to St. Louis, where he was a lawyer and journalist. Among his writings are Views of Louisiana (), part of which was one of the sources of Washington Irving 's.

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He was born the son of the writer and judge Hugh Henry Brackenridge in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Educated by his father and private tutors, he attended a French academy at Ste.

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Hugh Henry Brackenridge was an American writer, lawyer, judge, and justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. A frontier citizen in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, he founded both the Pittsburgh Academy, now the University of Pittsburgh, and the Pittsburgh Gazette, still operating today as the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Hugh Henry Brackenridge Biography - Instead of courting the Muses, he appeared better suited for clearing the barrens of York County, Pennsylvania, to which. Hugh Henry Brackenridge (BRAK-uhn-rihj) was brought to the United States at the age of five.

His family settled in western Pennsylvania, where Brackenridge grew up on the frontier. He entered Princeton University in At his graduation inhe recited A Poem on the Rising Glory of America. Hugh Henry Brackenridge, (bornKintyre, near Campbeltown, Argyll, Scotdied JCarlisle, Pa., U.S.), American author of the first novel portraying frontier life in the United States after the Revolutionary War, Modern Chivalry (; final revision ).

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A frontier citizen in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, he founded both the Pittsburgh Academy, now the University of Pittsburgh, and the Pittsburgh Gazette, still operating today as the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.3/5.

The 18th century. In America in the early years of the 18th century, some writers, such as Cotton Mather, carried on the older traditions. His huge history and biography of Puritan New England, Magnalia Christi Americana, inand his vigorous Manuductio ad Ministerium, or introduction to the ministry, in Inat the end of a journey of weeks across the mountain wilderness, Hugh Henry Brackenridge got his first glimpse of the crude village of log houses scattered at the forks of the Ohio.

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Although a commonly overlooked American literary figure, Hugh Henry Brackenridge was widely known in his time as an “eccentric.”. Modern Chivalry: Containing the Adventures of Captain John Farrago and Teague O'Regan, His servant is a rambling, satirical American novel by Hugh Henry Brackenridge, a Pittsburgh writer, lawyer, judge, and justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

The. Henry Marie Brackenridge was an American author, politician, traveler, and judge. Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, son of jurist and author Hugh Henry Brackenridge, he worked as a lawyer and journalist in Pennsylvania, Missouri, Louisiana, where he. Front cover and spine of book stamped in gold.

hardcover edition, Twayne Publishers, NY. pages. Written by a university professor, here is an informed biography of an immigrant Scotsman who was one of the founders of the literature of the frontier. Brackenridge arrived in America with his parents in Manufacturer: Twayne Publishers.

In his Letters from an American Farmer (), Michel Guillaume St. Jean de Crevecoeur attributed the violence of the frontier as much to white settlers as to Indians, but other works, such as Hugh Henry Brackenridge's Indian Atrocities (), described the Indians as racially inferior to whites and of a wild and brutish nature.

View Hugh Henry Brackenridge: Poems: Biography: Books: Instead of courting the Muses, he appeared better suited for clearing the barrens of York County, Pennsylvania, to which his parents had emigrated from Scotland when he was a child. But as his quick and lasting friends James Madison and Philip Freneau soon recognized, this farmer's son.

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Brackenridge. Beginnings Hugh Henry Brackenridge was born in Scotland in His parents immigrated to York County, Pennsylvania, when Hugh was five years old. Unlike many a poor farmer’s son, Hugh was a natural Size: KB.

Hugh Henry Brackenridge was arguably the most eccentric, controversial, yet famous lawyer on the Allegheny frontier.

Born of poor Scotch immigrants, he overcame many obstacles to educate himself and gain admittance to Princeton College. Henry Adams called Modern Chivalry a “more thoroughly American book than any written before ” American it is, in character, setting, and theme.

The beauties of New England’s hills and forests were sung by William Cullen Bryant. Thanatopsis () and A Forest Hymn () show a reverence for nature.Other articles where Modern Chivalry is discussed: American literature: Drama and the novel: with some popular success in Modern Chivalry (–), an amusing satire on democracy and an interesting portrayal of frontier life.

Gothic thrillers were to some extent nationalized in Charles Brockden Brown’s Wieland (), Arthur Mervyn (–), and Edgar Huntly .