Rural Hours

Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper
Rural Hours Susan Fenimore Cooper

Rural Hours

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Susan Fenimore Cooper | Philadelphia: Willis P. Hazzard, 1854. 

Sixth Edition. In very good condition. Leather in excellent condition. Very little wear. Toning consistent with age. 

Susan Augusta Fenimore Cooper (1813- 1894) was an American writer and amateur naturalist. She was the daughter of the well known novelist James Fenimore Cooper. Her most famous work is Rural Hours (1850), a nature diary of Cooperstown, New York. A beautiful volume with more than twenty hand-colored plates.

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SATURDAY, March 4th.–Everything about us looks thoroughly wintry still, and fresh snow lies on the ground to the depth of a foot. One quite enjoys the sleighing, however, as there was very little last month. Drove several miles down the valley, this morning, in the teeth of a sharp wind and flurries of snow, but after facing the cold bravely, one brings home a sort of virtuous glow which is not to be picked up by cowering over the fireside; it is with this as with more important matters, the effort brings its own reward.