3 edition of Autobiography of August Bondi, 1833-1907 found in the catalog.
Autobiography of August Bondi, 1833-1907
|Statement||Published by his sons and daughters for its preservation.|
|Series||Library of American civilization -- LAC 15835.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||177|
Bondi's story had been written twice before – once by August himself, before he died in , and later by the well-known children’s book author Lloyd Alexander. It turned out the rights to. August Bondi Excerpts from the Autobiography of August Bondi (–)* CHAPTER I FAMILY HISTORY ORIGIN OF THE NAME. There is a family tradition that sometime toward the close of the seventeenth or the early part of the eighteenth century, one Jomtov Landschreiber, a rural scrivener, whose business it was to keep up the census of the Jewish communities scattered .
August Bondi was born J , in Vienna, Austria. The Bondis, Jewish European refugees, fled the Austrian Empire after the failed revolutions of and settled in St. Louis, Missouri. August Bondi moved to Pottawatomie Creek in Franklin County, Kansas in with his business partner, Jacob Benjamin and began homesteading. Bondi had told his own story in an autobiography published posthumously, and Lloyd Alexander, who wrote novels for young readers, had written a version of the Bondi .
This likable, teen-friendly novel ably resurrects a historical figure who participated in the abolitionist struggle there: Anschl (aka “August”) Bondi (–). Barnhart acknowledges his debt to two obscure works: Bondi’s posthumously published autobiography and Border Hawk, a novel by Lloyd Alexander. The story opens in. Buy Border hawk: August Bondi. by Lloyd Alexander online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop now.
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BONDI. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bondi, August M. (August Mendel), Autobiography of August Bondi, Galesburg, Ill., Wagoner Print. In the third story of the Temple house at Vienna, JI, August Bondi, was born.
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Bondi, who died indescribed himself as a consistent Jew throughout his life, although Salina was too much a frontier community to support a synagogue. When his daughters married, the family traveled to Leavenworth, Kansas, so that a rabbi could Rating: % positive.
August Bondi (Jewish name Anshl) (JVienna, Austria –United States) was involved in the Border War (Bleeding Kansas) and later the American Civil War. In Kansas, he fought with abolitionist John Brown. August Bondi was born Jin Vienna, Austria. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.
Please try again later. August M. Bondi was an Austrian-born Jew, who took part in the revolution as a youth of Then his family moved to the US, where he wound up in Kansas, fighting with John Brown's unit (there were two other Jews in it).3/5(1).
Not well known is that three immigrant Jews were among Brown's small band of anti-slavery fighters in Kansas: Theodore Wiener, from Poland; Jacob Benjamin, from Bohemia; and August Bondi (), from Vienna. Of the three, August Bondi left the most significant mark on history.
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BONDI (Bondy), AUGUST. BONDI (Bondy), AUGUST (–), pioneer abolitionist, early Jewish settler in Kansas, and supporter of John Brown's military activities.
Born in Vienna, Bondi was an adventurer for much of his life. He served in the Vienna Academic Legionat the age of fifteen, and, after the failure of the revolution, was taken to the U.S.
by his parents. Autobiography of August Bondi, by August M Bondi (Book); Border hawk: August Bondi by Lloyd Alexander (Book); The journey: the first full-length documented biography of the American-Jewish freedom fighter who rode with John Brown in Kansas by Martin Litvin (Book).
Chapter five is the conclusion of Bondi’s war diary. He described the Confederate attack on his regiment at Pine Bluff, Arkansas, 25 October (pages 1 - 2). With great detail he retold the story of his serious injury on 14 Septembercapture and being left for dead by Confederates, rescue and repatriation.
August Bondi was born at Vienna Ja son of Hart Emanuel and Martha (Frankl) Bondi, who were also natives of Vienna. His father was a Jewish manufacturer of cotton goods. August Bondi was educated at the Catholic College of the Order of Piarists.
He also had a private tutor. An early adult (teen?) novel by Alexander about August Bondi,an abolitionist involved in what he called the Border War, but is also called Bleeding Kansas. Bondi fought with John Brown/5. But for Bondi, it was from the beginning and to the day he died, the War to Make Men, all men, Free.
August Bondi, Anshel Mendel Bondy, was born J in Vienna, Austria. His father was Herz Emanuel Naphtali Bondy. August Bondi The Abolitionist Jew who fought to free the American Slaves By Jerry Klinger “ Even as a child, I decided to dedicate my life to the ideals of progress and freedom.I never deviated from this decision during the course of my long life, a life rich in stormy events.
Abstract: August Bondi's Civil War diary describes daily activities of a Union noncommissioned officer in the West. The Biographical sketch of: August Bondi, 24 September (ser.
A), is a brief account of his life. The most significant document in the collection is undoubtedly the Personal reminiscences of August Bondi, 25 April (ser. B), a narrative of his life prior to coming to.
Not well known is that three immigrant Jews were among Brown’s small band of antislavery fighters in Kansas: Theodore Wiener, from Poland; Jacob Benjamin, from Bohemia; and August Bondi (), from Vienna.
Of the three, August Bondi left the most enduring mark on American Jewish history. Download ein ticket fur den friedhof ebook free in PDF and EPUB Format. ein ticket fur den friedhof also available in docx and mobi. Read ein ticket fur den friedhof online, read in mobile or Kindle.
Firebrand tells the story of August Bondi () who as a young man seems to have had a propensity for ending up in the middle of a war of some sort. As a 15 year old student he took part in the early street demonstrations that started the Austrian Empire Revolution/5.BIOGRAPHY.
The biography of August Bondi, designed for adolescents, a reverent Jew who was active in the anti-slavery movement during the American Civil War period. (Key Words: August Bondi, American Civil War, Lloyd Alexander, Children's Books, United States Civil War, Jews, Bernard Krigstein, John Brown, Slavery, Salina, Kansas).
book. IN HIS AUTOBIOGRAPHY, written towards the end of his life, Bondi described his birth: “I was born on J in Vienna, Austria. My Jewish name is Anshl. I opened my eyes shortly after the French and Polish revolutions ofat a time when reactionaries dominated the world.” His parents were Naftali-Hertz Bondi and Marta Frankl-Bondi.