Extractions: Edward Thomson Seton This is the great book of the woodcraft movement of the early twentieth century, glorifying the outdoor life and respect for the environment. The first principle of woodcraft was not just to be outdoors but to interact with it, and thus build life skills. The role model was the heroic Indian of Fenimore Cooper and Longfellow; the ideal, the Spartan-like Indian creed of courage, honor, reverence, and discipline. Chapters are devoted to Woodland Songs, Dances and Ceremonies; Scouting Indoors and Outdoors including star lore; Signalling and Indian Signs; Craft and Games of the Summer Camp; Health and Woodland Medicine; Natural History; Forestry; Indian Ways and Campfire Stories, all with profuse illustrations. About the Author
Luellen Teters Bussenius Papers 1874-1969. 19081979.; Seton, Ernest Thompson, 1860-1946.; JournalismNew York (State)NewYork.; Boards of tradeNew York (State)New York.; Fiction.; http://www.columbia.edu/cu/libraries/inside/projects/findingaids/rbml_collection
Extractions: Archival Collections Link to Online Finding Aid Creator: Bussenius, Luellen Teters, 1868-1968. Title: Luellen Teters Bussenius Papers 1874-1969. Phys. Desc: 6 linear ft (ca. 5,000 items in 13 boxes). Call Number: Location: Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Subjects: Catt, Carrie Chapman, 1859-1947.; Whiting, Charles Goodrich.; Lindsay, John V. (John Vilet), 1921-; Rockefeller, Nelson A. (Nelson Aldrich), 1908-1979.; Seton, Ernest Thompson, 1860-1946.; JournalismNew York (State)New York.; Boards of tradeNew York (State)New York.; Fiction.; Photoprints.; Poems.; Women journalistsUnited States20th century. Biographical Note Luellen Cass Teters Bussenius, journalist, author, and clubwoman, was an editor of "The Delineator" in New York and a contributor to many periodicals. Her marriage to W. A. Otto Bussenius, 1874-1944, a German importer, ended in divorce. She was active in many patriotic, political, and business organizations. Scope and Contents Correspondence, manuscripts, drafts, notes, documents, photographs, clippings, and printed materials. Her writings include both fiction (short stories, poetry, and plays) and non-fiction (articles on history, plants, bridge, astronomy, numerology, food and health). She also published a novel, "The Honorable Miss Cherry Blossom" (New York, Nicholas L. Brown, 1924). There are business papers of the Women's Chamber of Commerce of New York and other of her civic organizations.
EBOOKS - ALPHABETICAL LIST ~ S 55 BCca. 39 AD. Service, Robert W. (Robert William), 1874-1958. Serviss, GarrettPutman, 1851-1929. Seton, Ernest Thompson, 1860-1946. Several. Severing, Paul. http://www.globusz.com/authors_s1.html
Chronological List, Part 88 1990); Seton, CYNTHIA P. Seton, EH; Seton, Ernest (Evan) Thompson (18601946);Seton, PAUL; Seton-CARRUTHERS, DF; Seton-KARR, HW; Seton http://users.ev1.net/~homeville/fictionmag/e88.htm
Extractions: Previous Table-of-Contents PARSONS, PAULINE PARSONS, PERYL WADE ... PARTRIDGE, ANTHONY ; pseudonym of E. Phillips Oppenheim PARTRIDGE, ARTHUR GILLET PARTRIDGE, BASIL G. PARTRIDGE, (Edward) BELLAMY ... PATRICK, JOHN ; pseudonym of John Patrick Goggan PATRICK, JOSEPH PATRICK, LESTER ,narr. PATRICK, MARCIA ... PATRICK, Q. ; pseudonym of Richard Wilson Webb Hugh Callingham Wheeler PATRICK, ROBERT PATRICK, SIMON ... PATTEN, GILBERT ; pseudonym of William George Patten PATTEN, JAMES A. PATTEN, JOHN PATTEN, KATHARINE ... PATTEN, WILLIAM GEORGE (1866-1945); see pseudonyms Gilbert Patten Burt L. Standish PATTERSON, ADA PATTERSON, ALICIA ... PATTERSON, ARTHUR W. ; Patterson, Arthur W(illis) (1888-1946) PATTERSON, B. PATTERSON, BARRY PATTERSON, BENTON RAIN PATTERSON, BOB ... PATTERSON, HARRY (1929- ); see pseudonym Jack Higgins PATTERSON, ISABELLE WOOD PATTERSON, J(ohn) E(dward) PATTERSON, J. H. ... PATTINSON, NANCY EVELYN ; see pseudonym Nan Asquith PATTISSON, BARRIE PATTON, A. L. PATTON, CLARA IRENE ... PAUL, CHARLOTTE ; [i.e., Charlotte Paul Reese] (1916-1989) PAUL, CLIFFORD
Stories, Listed By Author Seton, Ernest (Evan) Thompson (18601946) (chron.) * Arnaux The Chronicle of aHoming Pigeon, (ar) The Windsor Magazine Jul 1905 * Bannertail, http://users.ev1.net/~homeville/fictionmag/s1218.htm
Extractions: Previous Table-of-Contents SCHOLL, AURILIEN (chron.) SCHOLL, MICHAEL W. (chron.) SCHOLL, WARREN (chron.) SCHOLLMEYER, MARION (chron.) SCHOLNICK, JOSEPH (chron.) SCHOLTEN, ELIZABETH A. (chron.) SCHOLTZ, JACKSON V. (chron.) SCHOLZ, JACKSON V. (chron.) Aceing the Apeman, (ss) Ten Story Sports Feb 1940 Anchor Man, (ss) New Sports Magazine Nov 1947 And Jill Came Tumbling After, (ss) Argosy All-Story Weekly Jul 14 1923 Apple Buster, (nv) Popular Sports Magazine Fll 1945 Backfield Bomb, (ss) Football Stories Oct 1942 Baldy, (ss) Sport Story Magazine May 22 1928 ; running. The Barb Meet, (ss) Sport Story Magazine Mar #2 1931 Bartered Shell, (ss) Sport Story Magazine Jun #2 1939 Base Burglars, (nv)
1903 447 Seton, Ernest Thompson, 18601946. pict. ornament /THE BIOGRAPHY OF AGRIZZLY/and/75 Drawings/by/Ernest Thompson Seton ornament /Author of/The Trail http://www.library.ubc.ca/edlib/egoffbib/1903.html
Extractions: CANADIAN CHILDREN'S BOOKS 1799-1939 Title Page Table of Contents Preface Guide to Symbols ... Illustrations 429 BURNHAM, John Hampden, 1860-1940. Jack Ralston/or/THE OUTBREAK OF THE NAUSCOPEES/A Tale of Life in the far North-East/of Canada/By/HAMPDEN BURNHAM, M.A./Author of "Canadians in the Imperial Service"/&c., &c./ [ornament] /THOMAS NELSON AND SONS/London, Edinburgh, and New York/ [rule] /1903/ [line 1 printed in red]. Added col. pict. t.p., half-title. Burnham was born at Peterborough, Ontario, and became a lawyer and a member of parliament as well as a writer. (Rhodenizer p. 730). His Jack Ralston leaves his home in Montreal to join the service of the Hudson's Bay Company in Labrador where he quickly achieves a position of trust and leadership. Although the story is filled with exciting incidents, and a touch of romance, its main thrust is the hostility between the Eskimo and the Indians which the Hudson Bay people tried to ameliorate in the interests of trade. The author of this book strongly favoured the Eskimo, and was extremely denigrating towards the Indians of the region. 430 [DE MILLE, James] 1837-1880.
1900 398 Seton, Ernest Thompson, 18601946. pict. ornament /THE BIOGRAPHY OF AGRIZZLY/and/75 Drawings/by/Ernest Seton-Thompson/ ornament /Author of/The http://www.library.ubc.ca/edlib/egoffbib/1900.html
Extractions: CANADIAN CHILDREN'S BOOKS 1799-1939 Title Page Table of Contents Preface Guide to Symbols ... Illustrations 380 BALLANTYNE, Robert Michael, 1825-1894. 381 CHAFFEY, M. Ella, b. 1860. To Cariboo and Back/By/M. Ella Chaffey/ [ornament] /COLUMBUS, OHIO/THE BOOK CONCERN/ [19?] [all within a dbl. border]. As the book's title suggests, gold-panning in the Cariboo is the centrepiece of the story. However, the plot is less conventional than most such tales with the addition of a small girl, a lost will and some background of urban Toronto in 1858 and 1867. The Preface is dedicated: 'To Boy who once lived in British Columbia and now lives in California. "Lest he forget"'. 382 [ornament] /TALES/OF/THE NORTHERN SEAS./ [pict. ornament] /London:/THE RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY;/56, PATERNOSTER ROW; 65, ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD;/AND 164, PICCADILLY./ [19?] [all within a dbl. border]. The contents include a description of the land around the North Pole, an account of 'Esquimaux' life and whaling in Baffin Bay. Each chapter ends with a brief, religious homily as befits a Religious Tract Society author. 383 [WALSHE, Elizabeth Hely].
Pelleas.net | Sub Rosa: Database Based on The Animal Chronicles stories by Ernest Thompson Seton (18601946,English) Several books by Seton were reissued by Schocken Books in the 60s http://www.pelleas.net/dbman/db.cgi?db=wmt&uid=default&ID=041&view_records=1
Pelleas.net | Sub Rosa: Database by Ernest Thompson Seton (18601946, English) Etexts Library of Congress etextof Wild Animals I Have Known, and 200 drawings; also includes a short but http://www.pelleas.net/dbman/db.cgi?db=wmt&uid=default&ID=049&view_records=1
SETON ERNEST THOMPSON 1860 1946 (in MARION) Seton Ernest Thompson 1860 1946. Records 1 to 5 of 5. Seton, Ernest Thompson,18601946. The arctic prairies; a canoe-journey of http://lc01.cerritos.edu/MARION?A=SETON ERNEST THOMPSON 1860 1946
SETON ERNEST THOMPSON 1860 1946 (in MARION) Seton Ernest Thompson 1860 1946. Records 1 to 2 of 2. Seton, Ernest Thompson,18601946. Trail of an artist-naturalist; the autobiography http://lc01.cerritos.edu/MARION?S=SETON ERNEST THOMPSON 1860 1946
Chapter 4 Ernest Thompson Seton. (18601946). Beard, one of the co-founders of the BoyScouts of America, served as the national scout commissioner, http://www.cwrl.utexas.edu/~schacht/309k/deloria/ch4/
Author Hitlist Author, Title, Call Number, Status. 3, Seton, Ernest Thompson, 18601946. Book,Settle, Mary Lee. The Scopes trial; the State of Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes http://cms.westport.k12.ct.us/wx/s.dll?d=s11&s1=Seton, Ernest Thomps
Title Information NOTES Biography of the naturalist who founded the Woodcraft Indians which laterbecame the Boy Scouts. SUBJECT Seton, Ernest Thompson, 18601946. cn. http://cms.westport.k12.ct.us/wx/s.dll?d=s6&k1=112974&k2=34481
Extractions: About This Site / Search Alphabetical Listing by Name Listing by Country Listing by Discipline Each name in the following list of naturalists is linked to a corresponding capsule "chrono-biographical" sketch of that individual prepared by the authors. Coverage extends backward in time as far as the eighteenth century; figures from all over the world are included (though there is admittedly a decided Anglo-American bias). The target subject here is biogeography, but this being a broad field there are many persons on the list who are better known as climatologists, zoologists, botanists, ecologists, oceanographers, paleontologists, etc.in other words, who made their main reputations in cognate disciplines. This service has been set up to support my two "Early Classics in Biogeography, Distribution and Diversity Studies"
Seton Animal Chronicle: Bearcub Jacky Author Ernest Thompson Seton (18601946); Nationality American Series Length ?Director ? Character Design ? Theme Songs - - Opening ? http://tky.hut.fi/~otakut/anime/Nipp/1977.seton.html
Extractions: Notes: Ernest Thompson Seton was a naturalist and author born in South Shields county, Durham. At the age of six he and his family emigrated to Canada, living in Lindsay, Ontario, which provided a setting for a novel written later on in his life, Two Little Savages (1903). He later moved to Toronto to get his education, and became a Naturalist to the Government of Manitoba, starting the "Woodcraft Movement," which later melded with the boy scouts and got him appointed Chief Scout of America.
Seton Animal Chronicle: The Squirrels' Banner The Squirrels Banner, based on an Animal Novel by Ernest Thompson Seton.Original Work ? Author Ernest Thompson Seton (18601946) Nationality American http://tky.hut.fi/~otakut/anime/Nipp/1979.seton.html
Extractions: Ernest Thompson Seton was a naturalist and author born in South Shields county, Durham. At the age of six he and his family emigrated to Canada, living in Lindsay, Ontario, which provided a setting for a novel written later on in his life, Two Little Savages (1903). He later moved to Toronto to get his education, and became a Naturalist to the Government of Manitoba, starting the "Woodcraft Movement," which later melded with the boy scouts and got him appointed Chief Scout of America. He began writing animal stories in the 1880s, in 1898 publishing a collection called Wild Animals I Have Known . Some of his stories in this mold include The Trail of the Sand hill Stag (1899) and The Biography of a Grizzly (1900). Richard Adams admits Seton as an influence on his novel Watership Down.
Milestonesoct23 Ernest Thompson Seton 18601946, author, naturalist, dies at age 86; born ErnestSeton Thompson at Shields, England, Aug 14, 1860, and grew up in Toronto; http://northernblue.ca/canchan/canmiles/10oct/canmilesoct23.php
Extractions: Wolfred Nelson 1791-1863 leads 5,000 Patriotes in the two-day Grand Assembly of the Six Counties - Richelieu, Saint-Hyacinthe, Rouville, Chambly, Verchres and LÕAcadie - at St-Charles in the Richelieu Valley; claims that 'the time has come to melt our spoons into bullets'; at the instigation of their leader, Louis-Joseph Papineau [picture], the conference delegates approve Thirteen Resolutions based on the Rights of Man adopted during the French Revolution; the young Sons of Liberty erect a Column of Liberty in the square. National Events 1995 Canada