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Daughters of genius : a series of sketches of authors, artists, reformers, and heroines, queens, princesses, and women of society, women eccentric and peculiar, from the most recent and authentic sources

Author: James Parton
Publisher: Philadelphia : Hubbard Bros., 1888, ©1885.
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Genre/Form: Biography
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Parton, James, 1822-1891.
Daughters of genius.
Philadelphia, Hubbard Brothers, 1888
(OCoLC)657162112
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Parton
OCLC Number: 824248
Notes: "The chapters on Queen Victoria and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, subsequently added, are from the pen of Prof. John P. Lamberton, of Philadelphia"--P. 4.
Description: 563 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.
Contents: Sally Bush : Abraham Lincoln's good stepmother --
The Brontë sisters --
Queen Victoria --
Elizabeth Barrett Browning --
Mrs. Stowe and Uncle Tom's cabin --
Miss Alcott --
George Eliot --
Princess Louise --
Fanny Mendelssohn --
Angelica Kaufmann --
Baroness Burdett-Coutts --
Girlhood of Queen Elizabeth --
The wife of Thomas Carlyle --
The wife of Benedict Arnold --
Adelaide Proctor --
Lady Bloomfield --
The mother of Victor Hugo --
Laura Bridgman --
The wife of George Washington in her workroom at Mount Vernon --
Madame de Staël and Napoleon Bonaparte --
The wife of Frederick the Great --
The flight of Eugénie --
Caroline Herschel --
Charlotte Cushman --
Maria Mitchell --
Mrs. Trollope --
Adelaide Phillips --
Two queens, the daughters of James II of England --
An evening with Rachel --
Josephine and Bonaparte --
Lady Morgan --
Maria Theresa --
Lady Franklin --
Madame de Miramion --
Peg O'Neal --
Mrs. L.M. Monmouth, and how she lived on forty dollars a year --
Trial of Jeanne Darc, commonly called Joan of Arc --
Harriet Martineau --
The wife of Lafayette --
Betsy Patterson, otherwise Madame Jerome Bonaparte of Baltimore --
Some ladies of the old school --
Toru Dutt --
George Sand.
Responsibility: by James Parton ; illustrated.

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