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Helen Hunt Jackson


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Helen Hunt Jackson United States writer of romantic novels about the unjust treatment of Native Americans (1830-1885)
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In literature:

You remind me of the lines, 'If I Can Live,' by Helen Hunt Jackson.
"Mary at the Farm and Book of Recipes Compiled during Her Visit among the "Pennsylvania Germans"" by Edith M. Thomas
Helen Hunt Jackson born 1831.
"Leaves of Life" by Margaret Bird Steinmetz
As for Indians, I have never seen such Indians as Helen Hunt Jackson depicts so lovingly.
"A Truthful Woman in Southern California" by Kate Sanborn
Ramona, heroine of Helen Hunt Jackson's famous novel, had an aunt called Jane.
"Roughing it De Luxe" by Irvin S. Cobb
Jackson, Helen Hunt, 264.
"A History of American Christianity" by Leonard Woolsey Bacon
Ramona, Helen Hunt Jackson.
"Scouting For Girls, Official Handbook of the Girl Scouts" by Girl Scouts
Helen Hunt Jackson; vicinity of Manitou, Col. 28.
"Harper's Round Table, April 30, 1895" by Various
Helen Hunt Jackson, known best as a poet, or as the author of little essays, has one strong book, Ramona.
"Woman's Club Work and Programs" by Caroline French Benton
By HELEN HUNT JACKSON, author of "Nelly's Silver Mine," etc.
"The Land of Lost Toys" by Juliana Horatia Ewing
Helen Hunt Jackson, I remember well.
"Memoirs of an American Prima Donna" by Clara Louise Kellogg

In news:

Peeping through my Venetian blind, I thought of the poem, "October's Bright Blue Weather," by Helen Hunt Jackson, and the first time I heard it.
The caroming dialog about Los Angeles bounces along from 1884 and Helen Hunt Jackson's laments in Ramona.