Louisa May Alcott, author of Little Women, and Civil War nurse

Louisa May Alcott: The First Woman Registered to Vote in Concord

Louisa May Alcott, American author. Most notable work, Little Women, was based on Louisa and her three sisters' coming of age during the Civil War set in New England 1832 - 1888

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"The power of finding beauty in the humblest things makes home happy and life lovely" - Louisa May Alcott quote art print by EpoqueGraphics on Etsy

Louisa May Alcott's "Orchard" Home - Concord, MA. This is the desk where Louisa wrote Little Women :)

Desk Louisa May Alcott wrote Little Women. Concord MA

Desk Louisa May Alcott wrote “Little Women” Concord, MA. Ive been there in that exact spot!

The Best Wishes. Marmee, Little Women, Louisa May Alcott

The Best Wishes. Marmee, Little Women, Louisa May Alcott She is so wise and lovely.like my own Marmee :)

Louisa May Alcott: Louisa May Alcott is widely known as the writer of Little Women, a self reflective children's book published in 1868.  The success of this book led to other books based on Alcott's life such as Little Men and Jo's Boys.  Louisa's success as a writer allowed her to support her sisters and parents.

Louisa May Alcott is the writer of Little Women, published in The success of this book led to books based on Alcott's life such as Little Men and Jo's Boys.

A young "Louisa May Alcott reads." See also http://pinterest.com/pin/175218241723042634/ .

Louisa May Alcott sitting at the desk where she wrote "Little Women." Louisa May Alcott was an American novelist and poet best known as the author of the novel Little Women and its sequels Little Men and Jo's Boys.

Quotable - Louisa May Alcott

teachingliteracy: amandaonwriting: Quotable - Louisa May Alcott, born 29 November died 6 March 1888 Source for Poster

Louisa May Alcott:  Author - Little Women, Little Men, Jo's Boys, plus fiction promoting women's rights

Louisa May Alcott is widely known as the writer of Little Women. Prompted by her wish to promote womens' roles and her hatred for slavery as a young adult during the Civil War, she volunteered to be a nurse in an army hospital in Washington, D.

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