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  • Barbara Fritchie - Wikipedia

    The Barbara Fritchie House is located at 154 West Patrick Street, Frederick, Maryland, and is now open to the public. It is a 1927 reconstruction, based on the ...

  • Barbara Frietchie by John Greenleaf Whittier | Poetry ...

    The 1866 publication of his long poem Snow-Bound brought John Greenleaf Whittier popular acclaim and financial security. But literary success was of secondary ...

  • Barbara Fritchie House | Frederick, Maryland

    Barbara Fritchie is a central figure in the history of Frederick, MD. She is best known for her folkloric defiance in the face of Confederate troops.

  • Barbara Frietchie Poem by John Greenleaf Whittier - Poem ...

    Barbara Frietchie by John Greenleaf Whittier. .Up from the meadows rich with corn Clear in the cool September morn The clustered spires of Frederick stand Greenwalled ...

  • Barbara Frietchie | poem by Whittier |

    Other articles where Barbara Frietchie is discussed: Frederick: …John Greenleaf Whittier’s poem “Barbara Frietchie”; her house has been reconstructed as a museum.

  • The Poem | Barbara Fritchie House

    An American poet and editor, John Greenleaf Whittier penned the ballad of Barbara Fritchie in 1863 after hearing about the alleged exploit from a friend of his.

  • John Greenleaf Whittier's "Barbara Frietchie" | Owlcation

    The speaker in Whittier's "Barbara Frietchie" offers a tribute to the patriotism of an elderly woman.

  • Barbara Frietchie: Whittier as Abolitionist

    Barbara Frietchie. A s a Quaker during wartime, Whittier struggled to write patriotic poetry that wasn’t warlike, he heard a story that inspired such a poem.

  • Barbara Fritchie didn’t wave that flag - The Washington Post

    Contrary to the famous poem, Barbara Fritchie wasn’t the one who bravely flew the Union flag while Confederate troops marched through Frederick.

  • The Barbara Frietchie Co-Operative

    The Barbara Frietchie Co-Operative is an historic building and home to a thriving community. We are located on a quiet, tree-lined street just a few blocks from the ...

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