2 edition of legend of Chocorua found in the catalog.
legend of Chocorua
Frank Brown Murphy
Alternate pages blank.
|Statement||by Frank Brown Murphy.|
|LC Classifications||PS3525.U735 L4 1927|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., 25,  p.|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||27016933|
Book Description: "Charles M. Skinner wrote at approximately the time that the frontier closed. It was a time when the US was starting to enter the world stage, and was in the process of building a national, as well as a number of regional mythologies.4/5(1). About this Item: Ginn & Company, Hardcover. Condition: Good. First Edition. The book is in overall good condition, all of the internal pages are unmarked, uncreased and tightly bound, the only flaws are a small stamp to the inside front page, the lack of a dust jacket and a couple of minor scuffs to the boards. Pages - Published by Ginn and Company Ltd.
On Chocorua is the first book in her Trailblazer series, a trilogy that follows gay college student, Nathan, as he scales peaks of increasing difficulty and negotiates lifes obstacles. This opening installment explores everything from grief at losing the person you love most in the world, to the thrill of budding romance and, above all, the /5. He loved the beautiful Mineola, the eldest daughter of the old chief Chocorua, and the aged sachem smiled upon their affection. The form of Mine- ola was straight and graceful as the willow, and in her eyes there dwelt a world of tenderness. Rimmon was the youngest daughter of Cho- 5 THE LEGEND OF WONALANSETT corua.
I’ve been going to the white mountains for 60 years and going to this lake for almost all of them on a hot summers day! They have privatized a lot of the beach area / but the state still has a small area for swimming, very nice area, excellent water and clean.5/5(54). The History of Chocorua. Our latest spirit, Chocorua Straight Rye, is named after the legendary mountain that bears the same name – Mt. Choroua. With its bare peak visible from almost every direction, Mt. Chocorua is iconic. It is the subject of landscapes by poet E.E. Cummings, poems by Wallace Stevens, sonatas by Alan Hovhaness, and is the.
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One of the most dramat-ic accounts of the Chocorua legend is a long poem quoted in full in "The History of Carroll County." Another colorful account was that of Lydia Maria Child, quoted in Starr King's "The White Hills" in and elsewhere thereafter. Mrs. Child's somewhat chauvinistic report describes the incident in florid prose.
The Chocorua Legend. The Legend of Chief Chocorua is based in Albany, NH. Chocorua’s legend states that the Indian Chief Chocorua refused to flee from conflict with the white man. He stood his ground to fight for his land. Chief Chocorua befriended one of the colonial settlers, a man by the name of Cornelius Campbell.
The Legend of Chocorua Mt Chocorua Poster, 15" x 20", $ - Click here It is likely that the White Mountains were first inhabited by humans ab years ago, after the last ice age. These first peoples had migrated from the west and were the forebears of.
The Chocorua Legend In several versions the legend’s sequence relates the mysterious death of Chocorua’s son while in the care of a settler named Campbell. Suspicious of the cause, the Pequawket chieftain took revenge on the settler’s family. Marker Text: In several versions the legend’s sequence relates the mysterious death of Chocorua’s son while in the care of a settler named Campbell.
Suspicious of the cause, the Pequawket chieftain took revenge on the settler’s family. Then, in retaliation, Campbell killed Chocorua on the peak of the mountain now bearing the Indian’s name. The Chocorua legend tells of a Native American prophet or chief, Chocorua, who is supposed to have lived near the mountain at the dawn of white settlement, Location: Albany, New Hampshire, U.S.
The brief legend that Cole wrote down was expanded by Lydia Marie Child in for a book called The Token: A Christmas and New Year's Present, which also contained an engraving by Cole showing Chocorua's death. Lawrence Shaw Mayo wrote in his article The History of the Legend of Chocorua that “in October,a young New York artist named Thomas Cole visited the White Mountains in search for inspiration.
He had already won renown as a landscape painter, especially of Hudson River scenery. One of the Native American legends on this list is the Legend of Chief Chocorua. I heard this story when I was young and it always stuck with me. It is a story of deceit and revenge—literally the backdrop for most Disney movies.
Chief Chocorua and his young son were living in, what is. Legend of Chief Chocorua. Mount Chocorua was long said to bear the name of Chief Chocorua, a fictitious Native American who, according to legends created by white colonists, lived with his young son in the area that is now Tamworth, New Hampshire, in the early : Juno Lamb.
THE LEGEND OF CHOCORUA when he had been surrounded by valiant braves, the descendants of this tribe of Indians. In the days of which his story dealt the soil was very fertile and bore bountiful harvests of golden maize. Various fruits were to be found in the surrounding coun- try and, moreover, the waters were abun- dantly filled with fish.
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LEGEND OF CHOCORUA worked out a path to emolument; but he had been a zealous and active enemy of the Stuarts, and the restoration of Charles the Second was the death-warrant of his hopes.". Whitman, Cedric (William L. Bauhan, ) After Whitman climbed Mt. Chocorua for the first time inhe began writing the poem based on the legend of the N.H.
mountain & the Indian chief who jumped to his death from the mountain top. Previous Page Next Page. Local legend, created by white colonists and their descendants, has it that Mount Chocorua was named for a Native American Chief Chocorua.
While the Legend of Chief Chocorua has been written and depicted in many forms, historical evidence does not support the legend or the notion that the mountain is named for any person. Legend has it that the peak was named after a local Indian Chief who died on its peak.
His son died while in the care of a settler named Campbell. In vengence, Chocorua killed Campbell's family and was chased to the top of the peak by local settlers, where he fell (or 87%(23). Buy this Book at Myths and Legends of our Own Land, by Charles M.
Skinner, , at CHOCORUA. This beautiful alp in the White Mountains commemorates in its name a prophet of the Pequawket tribe who, prior to undertaking a journey, had confided his son to a friendly settler, Cornelius Campbell, of Tamworth.
This weekend, I hiked Mount Chocorua in Chocorua, NH with my brother, Sean and my friend, Emily. I had heard that it was a great hike with breathtaking views, so we woke up early and drove up 93N to exit 23 and then took A to bring us to Chinook Trail Road.
There was a small parking lot there where we started our approximate 8-mile trek from. Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
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White Mountain Highway Chocorua, NH [email protected] website.Chocorua may refer to a place name in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, United States: Camp Chocorua Chocorua Lake Mount Chocorua Inspiration It is believed that Chocorua was the name of a Native American man in the 18th century, although no authentic records of his life exist.
There are at least four versions of his story:"In several versions, the legend's sequence relates the mysterious.Mother Worcester's Dream - Campton Hollow.
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