Works about Ralph Waldo Emerson
Themes with Ralph Waldo Emerson


Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Significant name Ralph Waldo Emerson House Concord, MA
Ralph Waldo Emerson speaks at Congregational Church of Christ at Oberlin. Speaker Congregational Church of Christ Oberlin
1833/07/13 Ralph W Emerson's visit to the Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle in Paris inspires a set of lectures he later delivered in Boston which were then published. Visitor Nature (Emerson essay) Jardin des plantes and Museum national d'histoire naturelle Paris
1836/00/00 "Nature" by Ralph Waldo Emerson is published by James Munroe and Company. Author Nature (Emerson essay)
1837/08/31 Ralph W Emerson gives an oration on "The American Scholar" to the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Harvard College at the First Parish in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Author The American Scholar (Emerson speech) First Parish in Cambridge Cambridge, MA
1840/07/00 Ralph W Emerson loans Elizabeth Peabody books for her circulating library. Benefactor Peabody Residence and Book Room Boston
1840/11/09 George Ripley writes RWE about Brook Farm: My Dear Sir - I wish to submit the plan more distinctly to your judgment, that you may decide whether it is one that can have the benefit of your aid and cooperation. Significant name Brook Farm Historic Site, Boston Boston
1843/00/00 Ralph Waldo Emerson tutors Elizabeth Palmer Peabody in Greek. Work
1845/00/00 Emerson allows Henry David Thoreau to live on his property on Walden Pond Owner Walden Pond Concord, MA
1845/10/10 Ralph Waldo Emerson pays Thoreau $5 for building a fence in Concord, Mass. Payer
1846/06/00 Ralph Waldo Emerson's visit to Mount Monadnock inspires him to write the poem, "Monadnoc". Author Monadnoc (poem) Mount Monadnock
1846/06/28 Ralph Waldo Emerson reads "Monadnoc" to Amos Bronson Alcott. Author Monadnoc (poem)
1847/00/00 Ralph Waldo Emerson's poem, "Monadnoc", is published in "Poems". Author Monadnoc (poem)
1850/00/00 Frequent visitor Visitor Longfellow House - Washington's Headquarters National Historic Site Cambridge, MA
1865/04/30 Ralph W Emerson affirms in writing his membership at First Parish Concord (lost). Faith First Parish in Concord Concord, MA
1867/11/21 Henry W Longfellow, Ralph W Emerson, Oliver W Holmes and Louis Agassiz dine with Charles Dickens. Dinner Guest Charles Dickens' 1867 Tour of America
1876/07/00 As copper is removed from the roof of Old South Meetinghouse, a group of 20 Boston women organize buy the building. They enlist Ralph W Emerson, Julia W Howe, Henry W Longfellow, Louisa M Alcott and Wendell Phillips to rally people to pledge funds. Benefactor Old South Meetinghouse Boston
1878/03/30 Ralph Waldo Emerson delivers a lecture at the Old South Church. It was published as "Fortune of the republic" in 1880. Author Old South Meetinghouse Boston
1882/04/27 Dies at home in Concord, Massachusetts Ralph Waldo Emerson House Concord, MA
1882/04/27 Dies at home in Concord, Massachusetts Sleepy Hollow Cemetery Concord, MA

3 Creative Works by Ralph Waldo Emerson »

Title Type Association Y/M/D Moniker
Title Type Association Y/M/D Moniker
Nature (Emerson essay) Author Essay 1836/00/00
  • 1000 or so Notable Essays, Treatises and Eruditions
The American Scholar (Emerson speech) Author Speech 1837/08/31
  • 1000 or so Notable Essays, Treatises and Eruditions
Monadnoc (poem) Author Poem 1847/00/00

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