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Text:"... and Moral, By PhillisWheatley, Negro Servant to Mr. John Wheatley, of Boston, in NewEngland. London . . . Printed. Re-printed, in New-England. 1816. 120 pp. 16°. A.A.S. Y.U. B.P. N.Y.H.S. Memoir and Poem..."
Date:1916
Publication place:New York, USA
Image:59 of 68
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Text:"....O.C. N.Y.P.L. PhillisWheatley (Phillis Peters). A Critical Attempt and a Bibliography of Her Writings. By Chas. Fred. Heartman. Ninety-nine Copies printed for the Author. New York, 1915. Portrait and 10..."
Date:1916
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:".... By PhillisWheatley, Negro Servant to Mr. John Wheatley, of Boston, in New England. London Printed. Philadelphia Re-Printed, and sold by Joseph ^™5^ank in Market-Street, Between Second and Third Streets. 68..."
Date:1916
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...An Elegiac Poem, on the Death of that celebrated Divine and eminent servant of Jesus Christ the Rev. Geo. Whitefield. By PhillisWheatley. Philadelphia : William Goddard, 1770. Copied from Hildeburn..."
Date:1916
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...To the Rev. Mr. Pitkin, on the Death of his Lady. Poem by PhillisWheatley. [Dated:] Boston, June 16, 1772. (Boston: 1772.) 1 page. Folio. N.Y.H.S. To the Honble Thomas Hubbard; Esq., on the Death..."
Date:1916
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:".... 241-244.) Williams, Francis. Welcome, Welcome, brother debtor. London (circa) 1770. Wilson, W, J. On PhillisWheatley. The Slave Mother. (A. M. E. C. Review; also Anglo-African Magazine, New York, 1859..."
Date:1916
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... Companion to American Literature edited by James D Hart published by Oxford University refers to PhillisWheatley who gained wide attention m 1770 with a poetic tribute to Rev George Whitefield He died..."
Publication:Danville, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... that it was soon ob- vious that PhillisWheatley was a child prodigy. John Wheatley, her master, was a tailor and tradesman of enough means that he had sev- eral slaves. He wanted one of them to be'his wife Susannah..."
Date:Aug 24 1975
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... In a little over a year MrsWheatley taught Phillis to read and write In six more years Phillis had become a wellknown poet She wrote a poem to George Washington He liked it so much that he wrote her a thankyou..."
Date:Feb 16 1987
Publication:Titusville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... for this task The Wheatleys had a fine home and MrsWheatley has been described as a woman of unusual refinement This home was known to many Bostonians of fashion culture and political importance PhillisWheatley..."
Date:Aug 24 1975
Publication:Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America
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Text:"...The Press and The American Revolution 'Jaws' Misrepresents Martha's Vineyard Locals ____ , ,. . ... . ,�_�_ �_________i /-.Viallancrincr mv status PHILLISWHEATLEY, AMERICA'S FIRST..."
Date:Aug 26 1975
Publication:Clearfield, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...Section B 1 Thursday Morning, 1975 Role Of The Press In The American Revolution PhillisWheatley First American BhckFoet THIS IS the 20th In a also won _ for Phillis a was, .r v THIS PORTRAIT..."
Date:Aug 28 1975
Publication:Galveston, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... and Phillis rushed home. Her benefactress died. Mrs. Wheatley’s death was followed shortly by the death of her husband and daughter, Mary, who had been Phillis’ teacher. Phillis, who earlier had been granted..."
Date:June 2 1973
Publication:New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... Wheatley. tbe Negro writer. W.ll.M. A. PhillisWheatley was born in Africa about 1753. She was brought to Boston in 1761 and purchased by Mrs. Wheatley. who educated her. At an early age she began to express..."
Date:Dec 14 1937
Publication:Chester, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... for this task. The Wheatley's had a fine home and Mrs. Wheatley has been described as "a woman of unusual refinement." This home was known to many Bostonians of fashion, culture, and political importance. Phillis..."
Date:Aug 24 1975
Publication:Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States of America
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Text:"...THE September 1975 Page t'-7 PhillisWheatley first black poet the 20th in a series of articles on the American Revolution for the Bicentennial Year prepared by the American Antiquarian Society..."
Date:Sep 8 1975
Publication:Frederick, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"... Portrait of PhillisWheatley H a.nhe On Various SubJecFs Religious and Moral" (London. It Was Sso Son the same year from which this i Was taken The pfcture captures the of a wntfno. labte ,pe" Phlflls..."
Date:Aug 25 1975
Publication:Nashua, New Hampshire, United States of America
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Text:"... couldnt speak read or write English But she showed such apti tude for learning and made such rapid progress that it was soon obvious that PhillisWheatley was a child prodigy John Wheatley her master..."
Date:Sep 3 1975
Publication:Casa Grande, Arizona, United States of America