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John Pendleton Kennedy, Maryland statesman and novelist, was born October 25, 1795 in Baltimore to John Kennedy, an Irish .
John Pendleton Kennedy, Maryland statesman and novelist, was born October 25, 1795 in Baltimore to John Kennedy, an Irish immigrant merchant, and Nancy Pendleton, a member of the Virginia aristocracy. As a child John spent his summers on the Pendleton family plantation in what is now West Virginia, which instilled in him an abiding affection for the South. Kennedy's career as a man of letters began in 1832 with the publication of Swallow Barn, or a Sojourn in the Old Dominion, in which he sketches the Virginia plantation lifestyle he experienced as a youth.
John Pendleton Kennedy You can read Swallow Barn, Or, a Soujourn in the Old Dominion.
John Pendleton Kennedy You can read Swallow Barn, Or, a Soujourn in the Old Dominion by John Pendleton Kennedy in our library for absolutely free.
John Pendleton Kennedy (1795-1870) grew up in Baltimore All the illustrations can be viewed in the GALLERY OF IMAGES section. Swallow Barn; or, A Sojourn in the Old Dominion, by John Pendleton Kennedy.
John Pendleton Kennedy (1795-1870) grew up in Baltimore. Swallow Barn, his first book, attempts to do for a southern plantation what Irving's Bracebridge Hall had done for the English manor house. All the illustrations can be viewed in the GALLERY OF IMAGES section. New York: George P. Putnam, 1851.
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Source Description: (title page) Swallow Barn, or A Sojourn in the Old Dominion. Vol. I. x, 312 p. Philadelphia: Carey & Lea, Chesnut Street. S9 (Rare Book Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). low wings, old, ample and stately, looking over its wide and sun-burnt domain in solitary silence: and there were the piney promontories, into whose shade we sometimes glided so close that one might have almost jumped on shore, where the wave struck the beach with a sullen plash: and there were the decayed fences jutting beyond the bank into the water, as.
John Pendleton Kennedy. Стр. 28 - Lombardy poplars, springing above a mass of shrubbery, partially screen various supernumerary buildings at a short distance in the rear of the mansion. Amongst these is to be seen the gable end of a stable, with the date of its erection stiffly emblazoned in black bricks near the upper angle, in figures set in after the fashion of the work on a girl's sampler
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John Pendleton Kennedy" redirects here. John Pendleton Kennedy, On memorializing the birth of religious freedom in St. Mary's City Maryland. For the State Librarian for the Commonwealth of Virginia, see John Pendleton Kennedy (librarian). Kennedy's first literary attempt was a fortnightly periodical called the Red Book, published anonymously with his roommate Peter Hoffman Cruse from 1819–1820. Kennedy published Swallow Barn, or A Sojourn in the Old Dominion in 1832, which would become his best-known work. Horse-Shoe Robinson was published in 1835 to win a permanent place of respect in the history.
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