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Frances Campbell Sparhawk (1847–1930)

Sparhawk, Frances Campbell. An American novelist and story-writer; born at Amesbury, MA, July 28, 1847; died in 1930. She wrote a large number of serial stories for the Christian Union and other papers, of which the most important is ‘Elizabeth: A Romance of Colonial Days.’ She is also the author of ‘A Lazy Man’s Work’ (1881); ‘Little Polly Blatchleys’ (1887); ‘Miss West’s Class in Geography’ (1887); ‘Onoqua,’ an Indian story; and ‘Senator Intrigue and Inspector Nosely’; ‘Life of Lincoln for Boys’; ‘Dorothy Brooke’s School Days’ (1909); etc.