Works about Louisa May Alcott
Themes with Louisa May Alcott

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Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1832/11/29 Louisa May Alcott is born near 5427 Germantown Ave, Germantown, Philadelphia Born Germantown Louisa May Alcott's Birthday
1843/06/00 Amos B Alcott moves his family to Harvard, MA Home Fruitlands Town of Harvard, MA
1845/04/00 Alcott home from April 1845 to November 1848 Home The Wayside Concord, MA
1858/00/00 Alcott home 1858-1877 Home Orchard House Concord, MA
1862/12/13 Louisa Alcott becomes a Union nurse at Georgetown's Union Hotel Hospital, Washington, DC (lost). Dorothea Dix assigns her to Matron Hannah Ropes who will die of typhoid fever. Alcott calls it the Hurly Burly Hotel. Vocation My Red Cap (Short Story) Georgetown
1863/01/07 Louisa Alcott contracts typhoid fever Victim
1867/12/21 "What the Bell Saw and Said" by Louisa M Alcott is published in the Saturday Evening Gazette, Vol LIII, No 51. Reproduced in Proverb Stories. Author What the Bell Saw and Said (short story)
1868/07/00 Louisa Alcott writes 'Little Women' at Orchard House from May to July, 1868 Author Little Women Orchard House Concord, MA
1868/09/30 The first volume of "Little Women" by American author, Louisa May Alcott, is published. Author Little Women
1869/00/00 "Scarlet Stockings" by Louisa May Alcott is published. Author Scarlet Stockings (Short Story)
1873/12/00 "Transcendental Wild Oats: A Chapter from an Unwritten Romance" written by Louisa May Alcott about her family's involvement with the Transcendentalist community Fruitlands is first published in a New York newspaper, The Independent. Author Fruitlands Town of Harvard, MA
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
1877/00/00 Louisa May Alcott purchases home, becomes the Alcott family home Home Thoreau-Alcott House Concord, MA
1881/00/00 "My Red Cap" by Louisa May Alcott is published by the The Soldier's Home Bazaar to fund an endowment for the operation of the Massachusetts Soldiers Home in Chelsea. Author My Red Cap (Short Story)
1881/12/15 Louisa Alcott's "A Country Christmas" is published in The Independent, Vol XXXIII, Nos 1724 and 1725 (December 15 and 22, 1881). Reproduced in Proverb Stories. Author A Country Christmas (short story)
1882/12/05 Louisa May Alcott's "A Christmas Dream, and How It Came to be True" is published in Harper's Young People, Vol IV, Nos 162 and 163 (December 5 and 12, 1882). Reproduce in Lulu's Library, I. Author A Christmas Dream, and How It Came to be True (short story)
1888/03/06 Louisa Alcott dies of a stroke in Boston, her final resting place is in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery Died Sleepy Hollow Cemetery Concord, MA

6 Creative Works by Louisa May Alcott »

Title Type Association Y/M/D Moniker
Title Type Association Y/M/D Moniker
What the Bell Saw and Said (short story) Author Short Story 1867/12/21
Little Women Author Book 1868/09/30
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Scarlet Stockings (Short Story) Author Short Story 1869/00/00
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My Red Cap (Short Story) Author Short Story 1881/00/00
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A Country Christmas (short story) Author Short Story 1881/12/15
A Christmas Dream, and How It Came to be True (short story) Author Short Story 1882/12/05

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