2 edition of Trouping in the Oregon country found in the catalog.
Trouping in the Oregon country
Alice Henson Ernst
|Statement||by Alice Henson Ernst.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 197 p. p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||197|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ernst, Alice Henson, Trouping in the Oregon country. Portland, Oregon Historical Society .
Genre/Form: Local author History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ernst, Alice Henson, Trouping in the Oregon country. Westport, Conn. Ernst's history of theater in Oregon, Trouping in the Oregon Country (), was considered "enjoyable" by historian, Kenneth L.
Holmes, of the Eugene Guard. The book won first place from the Oregon Press Women (OPW). The book was a culmination of a decade's worth of research. Publications.
The Valley of Lost Men. Evanston, Illinois: Row. Ernst Neufert’s most popular book is Architects' Data. Ernst Neufert has 20 books on Goodreads with ratings. Ernst Neufert’s most popular book is Architects' Data. Trouping in Oregon Country by. Alice Henson Ernst, Ernst Neufert.
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Deutsch, Josephy, Patriot Chiefs, by Richard Hanson, The book manuscript section covers Ernst's non-fictional efforts. The manuscripts of her books Trouping in the Oregon Country and The Wolf Ritual of the Northwest Coast are included.
Also among the unfinished and unpublished works is a manuscript on the masks of the Indians of Trouping in the Oregon country book Northwest Coast, an unfinished biography of Joaquin Miller, and.
She was interested in early theater in the Pacific Northwest. The collection includes correspondence, manuscripts of Trouping in the Oregon Country and The Wolf Ritual of the Northwest Coast, diaries, notebooks, and photographs.
(Coll. 39) Gates, Doris () Finding aid. Papers. 27 : Linda Long. Author of Trouping in the Oregon Country OREGON GRAPESHOT 5I Laban Hill to brother and sister, December 9, i88o LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 52 Coos River School Days, by Mrs.
Florence A. Smith U.S. Hotel Restoration, Jacksonville, by Ted Hallock Stephen Watson burial place, by Judith Keyes Kenny BOOK REVIEWS 63 AFFILIATED SOCIETIES 83 NEWS NOTES Trouping in the Oregon Country: A History of Frontier Theatre by Alice Henson Ernst (pp.
) Review by: Eugene C. Elliott DOI: / In connection with her playwrighting, Ernst became interested in the history of the early theater of the Pacific Northwest resulting in the book Trouping in the Oregon Country.
Her interest in primitive theater led her to study the masked ritual dances of Northwest. Finish Catalog of The Oregon In. Choice of The Oregon In available to be purchased online at Ebay. counting significant The Oregon In brands. For any The Oregon In questions. here is the means by which to contact us for The Oregon In.
Vaudeville Wars Notes: Part 2. Notes for other pages Trouping in the Oregon country book Vaudeville Wars can be found by clicking on the appropriate link in Notes.
Page numbers below refer to page numbers in the printed book. When a paragraph in the book does not contain a note it is identified by placing quotation marks around key words in the first sentence. The second volume of the authoritative, multi-volume Cambridge History of American Theatre, first published inbegins in the post-Civil War period and traces the development of American theatre up to It covers all aspects of theatre from plays and playwrights, through actors and acting.
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“How I Came to Be a Writer of Books.” In The Book Club of California, in James D. Hart's My First Publication. According to Flanagan, the Western Region of the FTP was different from other parts of the country; it was “flamboyant,” “free and easy,” and “exuberant and gusty.”FTP units peppered the West in Seattle, Denver, Portland, and throughout California.
2 In Arena, Flanagan characterized FTP workers in the East as perceiving themselves as diametrically opposed and fundamentally at odds Author: Elizabeth A. Osborne. Trouping in the Oregon Country; a history of fronier theatre, Alice Henson Ernst, Oregon Historical Society, Vaudeville Humor, Ed Lowry, Southern Illinois University, Vaudeville, Old and New: an Encyclopedia of Variety Performers in America, Frank Cullen, Routledge, Vaudeville Wars, Arthur Wertheim, Palgrave Macmillan, Archives Stuart Thayer Manuscript Collection.
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The collection () consists of correspondence from Ernst to Hazel Mills, often concerning Ernst's books Trouping in the Oregon Country and The Wolf Ritual of the Northwest Coast. Collection Title: Ruth MacLeod papers: Repository: University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and.
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The day the ticket arrived, I checked the mailbox when I got home from school just like I did every afternoon. I brought the mail in every day, because I knew my parents wouldn’t. Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.)NovemIm brought to you by University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR, and the National Digital Newspaper Program.
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Isom Like was seventy-odd Straight in the back as a steel ramrod. ; and A. Ernst, Trouping in the Oregon Country: A History of Frontier Theatre (Oregon Historica)l Societypp, PortlandTher. e is als, o a wealth of information on these figures in a file, "Theatrical Syndicate and Associa tions," gathered by the Federal Theatres Project on the theatre in Washington stateCited by: 1.
Circus Historical Society People - Brief Information, Biographies, Obituaries A - B. Many of these were taken from the New York Clipper, Billboard, various these sources will have typographical errors, the transcription will also have typos.
Andrews also secured acres of Oregon land. He also showed the book to C. Hazelrigg, who brought his wife and secured acres of land.
Hazelrigg, through this book, induced his father-in-law and mother-in-law, Major and Mrs. Erdman, of Washington, D. C., to come to Oregon. They secured acres of land and a house at Medford. News from around the : John A. Meyers. Ashland tidings.
(Ashland, Or.)ApPage PAGE SIX, Image 6, brought to you by University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR, and the National Digital Newspaper Program.Circus Historical Society. Index - Index - Index - Index - Partial Index of Articles, - This list is not a complete listing of every article in past issues of Bandwagon.
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