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Mary Abigail Dodge (Gail Hamilton) (1833–1896)

Dodge, Mary Abigail (“Gail Hamilton”). An American journalist and author; born in Hamilton, MA, in 1838; died there, Aug. 17, 1896. Besides numerous contributions to current literature, she wrote, under the pseudonym of “Gail Hamilton”: ‘Gala Days’ (1863); ‘Woman’s Wrongs’ (1868); ‘The Battle of the Books’ (1870); ‘Woman’s Worth and Worthlessness’ (1871); ‘The Insuppressible Book’ (1885); ‘A New Atmosphere’; ‘Red-Letter Days’; ‘Country Living and Country Thinking’; ‘A Washington Bible Class’; ‘Twelve Miles from a Lemon’; and ‘Biography of James G. Blaine.’