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Julia C. R. Dorr (1825–1913)

Dorr, Mrs. Julia Caroline (Ripley). An American poet and novelist; born in Charleston, SC, Feb. 13, 1825; died at Rutland, VT, Jan. 18, 1913. Among her volumes of verse are: ‘Daybreak, an Easter Poem’; ‘Afternoon Songs’; ‘Poems’; and others. Her novels include: ‘Lanmere’; ‘Sibyl Huntington’; ‘Expiation’; and ‘Farmingdale.’ She also wrote: ‘Bermuda,’ a volume of travel; ‘Bride and Bridegroom, or Letters to a Young Married Couple’; ‘The Flower of England’s Face.’