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Literature Related to Houses Where Hawthorne Lived in Salem

Literature Related to Houses Where Hawthorne Lived in Salem

House in Salem where Hawthorne was born on July 4, 1804
House in Salem where Hawthorne was born on July 4, 1804 (photography by Aaron Toleos)
 
  • Fanshawe was published anonymously in 1828 In 1828 Hawthorne was living at 10 (or 12) Herbert St. in the house he referred to as "Castle Dismal." He had been living there since his graduation from Bowdoin in 1825.

  • In 1830 "Sights from a Steeple" was published in The Token and "The Hollow of the Three Hills" in the Salem Gazette. From 1828-1832 Hawthorne lived at 26 Dearborn St. with his mother and sisters in a cottage built for his mother by her brother, Robert Manning, who lived in the house next door at 33 Dearborn St.
  • "Young Goodman Brown" was published in the New England Magazine in 1835.

  • In 1836, Hawthorne wrote for and edited the American Magazine of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge

  • In 1837 Hawthorne published Twice-Told Tales and Peter Parley's Universal History

  • From 1832 to June of 1836, Hawthorne again lived at 10 Herbert St. After a brief stay in Boston, he returned to the Herbert St. house in August and remained there until 1837.

  • Mosses from an Old Manse was published in June of 1846. In June of 1846 Hawthorne and his wife moved with their daughter Una and their newborn son Julian to 18 Chestnut St.

  • In September of 1850 Hawthorne began writing The Scarlet Letter. A few months after moving into 18 Chestnut St., Hawthorne and his family moved to larger quarters at 14 Mall St.


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