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Constance Cary Harrison (1843–1920)

Harrison, Mrs. Burton (Constance Cary). An American novelist and miscellaneous writer; born at Vaucluse, VA, April 25, 1843; died in 1920. She wrote: ‘Woman’s Handiwork in Modern Homes’ (1881); ‘Old-Fashioned Fairy-Book’ (1884); ‘Bar Harbor Days’ (1887); and the novels ‘The Anglomaniacs’; ‘An Errant Wooing’; ‘A Bachelor Maid’; ‘A Son of the Old Dominion’ (1897); ‘A Princess of the Hills’; ‘Latter-Day Sweethearts’ (1906); ‘Recollections Grave and Gay’ (1911).