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19th-Century American Children and What They Read - A site devoted to American children and their literature from 1800-1872, featuring texts of children's books and magazines of the period, particularly works by Samuel G. Goodrich.
American Literary Romanticism - A course from North Georgia College and State University which includes short biographical information and links to papers, criticisms, and other web sites.
American Verse Project - Organization for the acquisition, creation and maintenance of electronic texts. Includes a bibliography and a mission statement.
George Lippard - Short biography of the 19th century writer and labor reformer whose The Quaker City was the best-selling American novel prior to Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin.
Introduction to American Romanticism - By Ann Woodlief.
Sunday School Books: Shaping the Values of Youth in Nineteenth-Century America (American Memory, Library of Congress) - A representative selection of American Sunday school books published between 1815 and 1865, drawn from the collections of Michigan State University and Central Michigan University Libraries.
USA: National Identity I - An essay by Keijo Virtanen on the role of philosophy and literature in building up the national identity of the early 19th century United States.
Women, Madness and American Literature - Articles on the relationship between these themes in 19th century literature. By Jennifer A. Ward.
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