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Mary Hallock Foote (1847–1938)

Foote, Mary (Hallock). An American novelist, descriptive writer, and illustrator; born at Milton, NY, Nov. 19, 1847; died in 1938. She is the author of several novels and collections of short stories on the life of the Rocky Mountain region: ‘The Led Horse Claim’ (1883); ‘John Bodewin’s Testimony’ (1886); ‘In Exile’; ‘The Chosen Valley’; ‘Cœur d’Alène’; ‘The Cup of Trembling and Other Stories’; ‘The Prodigal’; ‘The Desert and the Sown’; ‘A Picked Company’ (1912); ‘The Valley Road’ (1915).