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Alice Brown (1857–1948)

Brown, Alice. An American essayist and miscellaneous writer; born in Hampton Falls, NH, Dec. 5, 1857; died in 1948. Among her works are: ‘Fools of Nature,’ a novel (1887); ‘Meadow Grass’; ‘Robert Louis Stevenson’; ‘Life of Mercy Otis Warren’; ‘The Country Road’; ‘The Court of Love’ (1906); ‘Children of Earth,’ a play (1915).