(Mary) Alice Morse Earle Biography

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In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Alice Morse Earle wrote eighteen books and more than thirty articles on the cultural life of the early English settlements in the New World. These works played a key role in the turn-of-the-century colonial revival movement and contributed to the establishment of the study of colonial American history as a discrete historical period. Using original manuscripts, diaries, letters, legal documents, and court records culled from the Long Island Historical Society and the American Antiquarian Society, Earle produced such studies of early U.S. daily life as Colonial Dames and Good Wives (1895), Colonial Days in Old New York (1896), Home Life in Colonial Days (1898), In Old Narragansett: Romances and Realities (1898), Child Life in Colonial Days (1900), and Stage-Coach and Tavern Days (1900). In 1894 she also edited the Diary of Anna Green Winslow, a Boston School Girl of 1771, and in 1895 she wrote a...

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