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Library Course Guide for: THE WORLD OF WALDEN POND

Selected Internet Resources for The World of Walden Pond:

    Associations and Societies:

  • The Margaret Fuller Society
    A scholarly organization devoted to the study of Margaret Fuller and her writings. Hosted by Texas A&M University.

  • Digital Resources:

  • American Abolitionism
    A digital collection for study of the abolition movement in the United States. Includes an overview of the movement, as well as documents, maps and images.

  • American Transcendentalism Web
    Established by Prof. Ann Woodlief and her graduate students, and hosted by Virginia Commonwealth University. Includes electronic texts.

  • Dickinson Electronic Archives
    Devoted to the writings of members of Emily Dickinson and the Dickinson family

  • Walt Whitman Hypertext Archive
    Includes manuscripts, images, audio and finding aids for Whitman collections in the United States and elsewhere.

  • Media:

  • PBS: The Time of the Lincolns
    An overview of American society in the mid-19th century. A companion website to "Abraham and Mary Lincoln: A House Divided," produced for the PBS American Experience series.

  • Online Exhibitions:

  • I Will Be Heard: Abolitionism in America
    An online exhibition mounted by the Division of Rare and Manuscript Materials at the Cornell University Library.

  • Reference Resources:

  • Dictionary of Unitarian and Universalist Biography
    An official in-process web publication of the Unitarian Universalist Association, the dictionary includes extended biographical information on a number of important Transcendentalists, including Emerson, William Ellery Channing, Theodore Parker and Margaret Fuller Ossoli.