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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Gene Stratton-Porter (1863–1924)

Stratton-Porter, Gene. An American author and naturalist; born in Wabash Co., IN, 1863; died in 1924. She illustrated several of her published works, among which are: ‘The Song of the Cardinal’ (1902); ‘Freckles’ (1904); ‘What I Have Done with Birds’ (1907); ‘At the Foot of the Rainbow’ (1908); ‘Birds of the Bible’ (1909); ‘Music of the Wild’ (1910); ‘The Harvester’ (1911); ‘Laddie’ (1913); ‘Michael O’Halloran’ (1915).