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About the Author: Amanda Minnie Douglas

Amanda Minnie Douglas (1831-1916) was a prolific American writer. Born in New York City, she attended the City Institute there and after moving studied English and American literature with a private tutor. She later took up writing and sold several stories to periodicals, including the Saturday Evening Post, New York Ledger, and Lady's Friend. In 1866 her first book In Trust was published. Her other works include: Home Nook; or, The Crown of Duty (1874), There's No Place Like Home (1875), Hope Mills (1880), Floyd Grandon's Honor (1884), A Little Girl in Old Philadelphia (1890), A Little Girl in Old New York (1896), A Little Girl of Long Ago (1897), A Little Girl in Old Boston (1898), A Little Girl in Old Detroit (1902), A Little Girl in Old Quebec (1906), A Little Girl in Old Salem (1908) and The Girls at Mount Morris (1914).

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, Published in Jan 1970 by BiblioLife, LLC

ISBN10: 1147342407 | ISBN13: 9781147342406

“This is a strong and fascinating history of a noble woman, fighting her way out of the horrors of a drunkard’s home on to the heights of prosperity and peace. Against the mean prejudices of her husband’s aristocratic relatives she engages in business, and makes it a success, and this gives her the means of saving and educating her children. It is written with delightful freshness, grace, and strength, and reveals a mind of remarkable refinement and power.” — North Adams Transcript.

Description taken from the back of the 1893 edition of Bethia Wray's New Name, published by Lee and Shepard.

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