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Catharine R. Williams (1790–1872)

Williams, Mrs. Catharine R. (Arnold). An American author; born in Providence, RI, about 1790; died there, Oct. 11, 1872. She was the author of ‘Original Poems’ (1828); ‘Religion at Home’ (1829); ‘Tales, National and Revolutionary’ (1830–35); ‘Aristocracy,’ a novel (1832); ‘Fall River’ (1833); ‘Biography of Revolutionary Heroes’ (1839); and ‘Annals of the Aristocracy of Rhode Island’ (2 vols., 1843–45).