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A Native of Winby and Other Tales, 1893


by
Sarah Orne Jewett


Contents

A Native of Winby
Decoration Day + Harper's text
Jim's Little Woman + Harper's text
The Failure of David Berry + Harper's Text
The Passing of Sister Barsett
Miss Esther's Guest
The Flight of Betsey Lane + Scribner's Text
Between Mass and Vespers + Scribner's Text
A Little Captive Maid + Scribner's Text

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Images from A Native of Winby

Sarah Wyman Whitman's cover

Spine of the 1910 Edition

Frontispiece of 1910 edition

The Fish Houses

The frontispiece is by Marcia Oakes Woodbury (1865-1913). Born like Jewett in South Berwick, Maine, Woodbury studied painting in New York and Paris. Her paintings, "Triptych" and "Mother and Daughter," belong to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. She and her husband, Charles H. Woodbury (1864-1940), also an artist, were friends of Jewett. Together they designed illustrations for a Holiday Edition of Deephaven that appeared in 1893 (Cary, Sarah Orne Jewett Letters, p. 85).

Courtesy of the University of Iowa Library
 

Title page of the 1910 Edition

Dedication of the 1910 Edition

C. A. E. is Caroline Jewett Eastman (1855-1897).


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