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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807-1882) is one of America's most recognized and best-loved poets. He had a major impact on American culture and literature, and his words, characters, images, and ideas fill our language and cultural landscape to this day.
- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: A Maine Historical Society Web Site
On the 200th anniversary of Longfellow's birth, we are celebrating the life and achievements of the boy from Maine who became America's most beloved poet.
- Longfellow National Historic Site
Learn about Henry W. Longfellow, his poetry, and his impact on the development of an American identity. Also find out about the Longfellow family, and about the house during the American Revolution.
- The Longfellow Bicentennial Committee
February 27, 2007, will mark Longfellow's 200th birthday. Visit us for reasons to celebrate Longfellow's 200th birthday.
- Longfellow Lesson Plans
The curricular resources you will find on this page were developed by thirty teachers from Maine and Massachusetts who participated in an intensive two-year (2003-2004) study of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's life and poetry that was organized by the Maine Humanities Council.
- The Life and Times of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
In this lesson, students research the life and times of Longfellow and create an Author Fast Fact Sheet.
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