Helpful Links

General Interest Sites on Alcott and on the 2018-2019 sesquicentennial of Little Women:

"Home of Little Women," Orchard House in Concord, Massachusetts has for over 100 years offered educational programs, guided tours, and other year-round events dedicated to the memory of the Alcott family and its accomplishments. Click here to find out more or to support Orchard House:          
"Louisa May Alcott: A Group for Fans, Readers, & Scholars," is a Facebook group "open to all who love, read, and study Louisa May Alcott." Administrated by Anne Boyd Rioux and Susan Hoyle Bailey, with Kristina West as an additional moderator, it is accessible here:

In 2018-2019, Greg Eiselein and Anne Phillips are hosting a blog in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the publication of Little Women. Click here to read the latest post and access archived contributions: 

Biographical Sites for LMA 
 Society member Susan Bailey's blog:
  The Domestic Goddesses Site:
   Wikipedia: “Louisa May Alcott”
   Inez Ramsey’s “Teacher Resource Site”

Finding Aids for LMA Archives

         Alcott Family Collections at the Concord Free Public Library

         Alcott Family Collections at The Houghton Library (Harvard University):

Alcott Related Holdings at Brigham Young University:

e-texts and Other Aids to Alcott Scholars:
         L.M. Alcott. Hospital Sketches 1863.   Hosted Online by U. of Pennsylvania

          L. M. Alcott. Little Women 1868.  Hosted by U. of Virginia
                    Other publicly accessible LMA e-texts at U. of Virginia.

General Interest

   American Literature Association:
    Lydia Maria Child Society:
   Rebecca Harding Davis Society:
   Ralph Waldo Emerson Society:
    Society for the Study of American Women Writers:
    Margaret Fuller Society:
    Catherine Maria Sedgwick Society:
    Harriet Beecher Stowe Society:

Wiki Sites: By participating, our members can help oversee Louisa May Alcott’s memory: