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Harriette Newell Woods Baker (1815–1893)

Baker, Mrs. Harriette Newell (Woods) (pseudonyms “Madeline Leslie” and “Aunt Hatty”). An American writer of juvenile stories; born at Andover, 1815; died at Brooklyn, April 23. 1893. Several of her works have been translated into French and German. She wrote: ‘Tim the Scissors-Grinder’ (1861, sequel in 1862), her most popular work; ‘Up the Ladder’ (1862); ‘The Two Homes’ (1862); ‘The Organ-Grinder’ (1863); ‘White and Black Lies’ (1864); ‘Worth and Wealth’ (1864); ‘Tim’s Sister’ (1864); ‘Wheel of Fortune’ (1865); ‘Courtesies of Wedded Life’ (1869); ‘Paul Barton’ (1869); ‘Fashion and Folly’ (1869); ‘Lost but Found’ (1869); ‘Ingleside’ (1886); ‘This and That’ (1887); etc.