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

Harriet Mann (Olive Thorne) Miller (1831–1918)

Miller, Harriet (Mann) [“Olive Thorne Miller”]. An American writer of children’s stories; born in Auburn, NY, 1831; died in 1918; particularly distinguished for her descriptive books of birds and their habits. Included in her publications are: ‘A Bird-Lover in the West’; ‘In Nesting Time’; ‘Little Folks in Feathers and Fur’; ‘Our Home Pets’; and ‘Little People of Asia’; ‘The Children’s Book of Birds’ (1915).