Carr, Glynis. "Acknowledgements." The Online Archive of Nineteenth-Century U.S. Women's Writings. Ed. Glynis Carr. Online. Internet. Posted: Summer 1997.


The Online Archive of Nineteenth-Century U.S. Women's Writings was established in the summer of 1997 with generous support from Bucknell University's Faculty Development Committee, the Undergraduate Research Program, and Instructional Media Services. The English Department provided a research assistant during the academic years 1998-1999 and 1999-2000.

The gif reproduction of "Little Girl Reading" by Berthe Morisot is copyright protected; I've used it here by permission of Web Gallery, Paris.

Many thanks to Heikki Luhtala for the background design on The Archive's home page and pages containing front matter. Gilbert's Icon Archive provided clipart.

I am indebted to Amelia Carr, Allegheny College, for ideas about the structure and purpose of this site and, more immediately, for permission to adapt her lesson plans for my own courses associated with The Archive. Helen McCullough, also at Allegheny College, not only encourages humanities professors not to be shy of technology, but provided me with a useful collection of HTML resources. Finally, Charles Ormsbee, Information Specialist at Bucknell University, produced or helped produce most of the original images, including those in the "Gallery of Illustrations" from The Liberty Bell and those illustrating texts by Charlotte Perkins Gilman and Zitkala-Sa.

Thanks to the Railroad Clip Art Collection for the use of the passenger train image illustrating Willa Cather's poem, "The Night Express."

Thanks to Merimage for the background for Harriet Prescott Spofford's "Circumstance," and the introductory word "She" came from Font Pool. Thanks also to Southern Nazarene University for the background for the headnote for "Circumstance." Additional thanks to The Florida Panther Society for the panther graphic that appears on Jacob Frechett's poem about "Circumstance."

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