Statue of Hiawatha (Longfellow's Hiawatha) carrying Minnehaha at Minnehaha Park in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Image by Mulad. A plaque at the site says: Hiawatha and Minnehaha by Jacob Fjelde Erected in 1911 by means of funds raised through the efforts of Mrs. L.P. Hunt of Mankato, and contributed principally by the school children of Minnesota.
Christoph Irmscher on Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and his beloved wife, Fanny
Longfellow and his wife Frances "Fanny" Appleton with sons Charles and Ernest, ca. 1849 (Photo from the National Park Service, Longfel...
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The Longfellow House is believed haunted by the ghosts of tortured slaves
This historic antebellum home is believed haunted by the ghosts of the slaves that were tortured there.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow by Francis Alexander, 1852
Photo of a colored chalk drawing of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow by Francis Alexander in 1852. This portrait hangs in Longfellow's study at the Craigie House in Cambridge, and is shown in the same spot in an 1870 photograph of the study.
Back hall, Wadsworth-Longfellow House, Portland, ca. 1902
The Wadsworth-Longfellow House is located at 487 Congress St. in Portland. It was the home of the Wadsworth and Longfellow families, including Peleg Wadsworth, (1748-1829), Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807-1882) and Anne Longfellow Pierce (1810-1901). The Maine Historical Society owns the property today.