Elizabeth, 1893–1986, U.S. writer, especially of children’s books.
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Elizabeth, 1916–2007, U.S. novelist and critic. Contemporary Examples Letter to a Young Critic: William Giraldi Defends True Criticism William Giraldi September 4, 2012 Historical Examples The Power and the Glory Grace MacGowan Cooke Jennie Baxter, Journalist Robert Barr The Missing Tin Box Arthur M. Winfield Jennie Baxter, Journalist Robert Barr The City of Numbered Days […]
Elizabeth (Hall) 1913–2005, U.S. novelist and short-story writer. Historical Examples Nan Sherwood on the Mexican Border Annie Roe Carr Some Personal Recollections of Dr. Janeway James Bayard Clark Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1909 to 1922 Lucy Maud Montgomery Campfire and Battlefield Rossiter Johnson Buffalo Land W. E. Webb Tom Swift and his Wizard Camera […]
Elizabeth Palmer, 1804–94, U.S. educator and reformer: founded the first kindergarten in the U.S. Endicott, 1857–1944, U.S. educator. George, 1795–1869, U.S. merchant, banker, and philanthropist in England. a city in NE Massachusetts. Contemporary Examples 2012 Summit: Who’s On Stage March 5, 2012 CBS’ Bob Simon Remembers Don Hewitt Bob Simon August 18, 2009 Kentucky’s Finest […]
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Nellie (Elizabeth Cochrane Seaman) 1867–1922, U.S. journalist and social reformer. Elizabeth Cochrane [kok-ruh n] /ˈkɒk rən/ (Show IPA) original name of Nellie Bly. noun (pl) -men a rating trained in seamanship as opposed to electrical engineering, etc a man who serves as a sailor a person skilled in seamanship n.