Sea Born Island; Poems book. by Dionis Coffin Riggs.
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The collected poems of Dionis Coffin Riggs. Sea born island; poems. Are you sure you want to remove Dionis Coffin Riggs from your list?
by Riggs, Dionis Coffin. Mrs; Riggs, Sidney Noyes, joint author. Publication date 1940. Topics Cleaveland, Mary Carlin, Mrs, Seafaring life, Whaling. Publisher New York, London, McGraw-Hill Book Co. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. org on September 23, 2010.
Dionis Coffin Riggs, author of Martha's Vineyard - A Short History By Various Hands Together with a Guid. on LibraryThing. Sea Born Island: Poems 1 copy. Far Places in Poetry 1 copy. Also by Dionis Coffin Riggs. Martha's Vineyard - A Short History By Various Hands Together with a Guid. Contributor) 6 copies. Dionis Coffin Riggs is currently considered a "single author. If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Dionis Coffin Riggs is composed of 2 names. You can examine and separate out names.
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Dionis C. Riggs, New England Poet, Dies at 98. By ROBERT MCG. THOMAS J. But as a descendant of Athearns, Mayhews, Butlers, Looks and other of the island's first families, Mrs. Riggs, who was born on Martha's Vineyard, in Edgartown, had its history in her blood and its turn-of-the-century sounds in her ears. To the end of her life, Mrs. Riggs, who could remember when Edgartown's streets were paved with scallop shells, savored the recollected sounds of horses' hooves and wagon wheels crunching down Main Street. Continue reading the main story. As Mrs. Riggs recounted it in her 1940 best seller, ''From Off Island,'' when her 28-year-old grandfather James F. Cleaveland returned from a voyage in 1852 with a 16-year-old Irish Catholic bride from Australia, his mother was not amused.
From Off Island, by Dionis Coffin Riggs. First published in 1940, this riveting novel of the great age of whaling is based on the life of the author's grandmother, Mary Carlin Cleaveland - great-grandmother of mystery writer Cynthia Riggs. Set on the Washington, . waterfront, where author Riggs lived in a houseboat for 12 years. We're all hoping this will be the first of a new series!, Double Murder on Martha's Vineyard. And it includes this priceless photo of two-year-old Cynthia riding on the shoulders of her mother, poet Dionis Coffin Riggs, the model for the indomitable sleuth Victoria Trumbull.
Riggs, Dionis Coffin. Wood Road (poem) Good Housekeeping: July, 1950 (Volume 131, Number 1). Riggs, Em. No Gain Without Pain Journal of Home Economics: Fall, 1980 (Volume 72, Number 3). Riggs, Emma. The Noble Cause Lake Placid Conference Proceedings: 1973 (Volume 11). Riker, Audrey.