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The Robert Frost Farm in Derry, New Hampshire is a two-story, clapboard, connected farm built in 1884. [3] It was the home of poet Robert Frost from 1900 to 1911. Today it is a New Hampshire state park in use as a historic house museum . The

The Robert Frost Farm in Derry, New Hampshire is a two-story, clapboard, connected farm built in 1884. [3] It was the home of poet Robert Frost from 1900 to 1911. Today it is a New Hampshire state park in use as a historic house museum . The property is listed in the National Register of Historic Places as the Robert Frost Homestead . [2]

Frost lived in the house from the fall of 1900 until it was sold in November 1911. [4] : 73 The majority of the poems collected in his first two books, A Boy's Will and North of Boston , were written here. [4] Many of the poems in his 1916 collection Mountain Interval were also written at the Derry farm. [5] Frost once said, "There was something about the experience at Derry which stayed in my mind, and was tapped for poetry in the years that came after." [6] During this period Frost also published a dozen articles for two agricultural trade journals: The Eastern Poultryman and The Farm-Poultry . [7]

Elliott, first son of Frost and his wife Elinor, died on the farm in 1900 at age four, likely due to influenza . [8] : 15 The other children were educated at home by their parents. Lesley Frost later recalled she was "taught the alphabet on a typewriter... My mother taught the organized subjects, reading (the phonetic method), writing (then known as penmanship), geography, spelling. My father took on botany and astronomy ." [8] : 27

The Robert Frost Farm in Derry, New Hampshire is a two-story, clapboard, connected farm built in 1884. [3] It was the home of poet Robert Frost from 1900 to 1911. Today it is a New Hampshire state park in use as a historic house museum . The property is listed in the National Register of Historic Places as the Robert Frost Homestead . [2]

Frost lived in the house from the fall of 1900 until it was sold in November 1911. [4] : 73 The majority of the poems collected in his first two books, A Boy's Will and North of Boston , were written here. [4] Many of the poems in his 1916 collection Mountain Interval were also written at the Derry farm. [5] Frost once said, "There was something about the experience at Derry which stayed in my mind, and was tapped for poetry in the years that came after." [6] During this period Frost also published a dozen articles for two agricultural trade journals: The Eastern Poultryman and The Farm-Poultry . [7]

Elliott, first son of Frost and his wife Elinor, died on the farm in 1900 at age four, likely due to influenza . [8] : 15 The other children were educated at home by their parents. Lesley Frost later recalled she was "taught the alphabet on a typewriter... My mother taught the organized subjects, reading (the phonetic method), writing (then known as penmanship), geography, spelling. My father took on botany and astronomy ." [8] : 27

Available rare books, used books and second hand books of the title "The Eastern Poultryman, Vol. 6: August-September, 1905 (Classic Reprint) (Paperback)" from E. E. Peacock are completely listed.

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