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Maud Howe Elliott (1854–1948)

Elliot, Maud (Howe). An American novelist, daughter of Julia Ward Howe; born in Boston, Nov. 9, 1854; died in 1948. Her writings include: ‘A Newport Aquarelle’ (1883); ‘The San Rosario Ranch’ (1884); ‘Atalanta in the South’ (1886); ‘Mammon’ (1888); ‘Honor’; ‘Phyllida’; and ‘Roma Beata’ (1904); ‘Sicily in Shadow and Sun’ (1910); ‘Life and Letters of Julia Ward Howe’ (1915; with her sister, Laura E. Richards).