Amelia E. Huddleston Barr

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Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
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Born Amelia Edith Huddleston
29 Mairch 1831(1831-03-29)
Ulverston, Lancashire, England
Dee'd 10 Mairch 1919(1919-03-10) (aged 87)
Richmond Hill, Queens, New York
Restin place Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Tarrytown, New York
Thrift novelist, teacher
Leid English
Alma mater Normal School i Glasgow, Scotland
Spoose William Barr (m. 1850–1867) his death

Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr (29 Mairch 1831 – 10 Mairch 1919) wis a Breetish novelist an teacher who wrote aboot Scotland.[1][2]

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Novels
  • Romance and Reality (1872)
  • Jan Vedder's Wife (1885)
  • A Daughter of Fife (1886)
  • A Bow of Orange Ribbon (1886)
  • A Border Shepherdess (1887)
  • Remember the Alamo (1888)
  • Between Two Loves (1889)
  • She Loved a Sailor (1890)
  • Friend Olivia (1891)
  • A Rose of a Hundred Leaves (1891)
  • The Bow of Orange Ribbon (1893)
  • Birds of a Feather (1893)
  • The Lone House (1894)
  • Bernicia (1895)
  • A Knight of the Nets (1896)
  • Trinity Bells (1899)
  • The Maid of Maiden Lane (1900)
  • Souls of Passage (1901)
  • The Lion's Whelp (1901)
  • Thyra Varrick (1903)
  • The Black Shilling (1903)
  • Cecilia's Lovers (1906)
  • The Man Between (1906)
  • The Belle of Bowling Green (1908)
  • The Strawberry Handkerchief (1908)
  • The Hands of Compulsion (1909)
  • The House of Cherry Street (1909)
  • A Reconstructed Marriage (1910)
  • Sheila Vedder (1911)
  • The Measure of a Man (1915)

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  1. "Famous Novelist, Amelia E. Barr, Dies. Author of Eighty Works of Fiction Ends Career at 87 at Richmond Hill Home. Tragedies In Early Life. To be Buried in Sleepy Hollow, Near Louis Klopsch, Her Old Friend, According to Agreement" (PDF). The New York Times. March 12, 1919. Retrieved 2012-12-01. Mrs. Amelia Edith Barr, the novelist, died Monday night at her home, 445 Bedford Avenue, Richmond Hill, L.I. She lacked only a few weeks of being 88 years old. Mrs. Barr had never completely recovered from a heat stroke ... 
  2. Kunitz, Stanley (1938). American authors, 1600 - 1900 a biographical dictionary of American literature ; compl. in 1 vol. with 1300 biographies and 400 portraits (in Inglis). New York Wilson. pp. 57–58. OCLC 1024166078. Retrieved 11 September 2019.