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Nashville, Tenn., in 1848; graduated at the Nasville Female Academy; subsequently settled in New York City. She was twice married. For twelve years she was associate editor of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, and for nine years president of the Brooklyn Seidl Society of Music. She was co-editor with Anton Seidl of the department of musical terms of the Standard dictionary. Her works include The Ladies of the White House; The Hearth-stone, or life at home; Chinese Gordon; Howard, the Christian hero; The Buddhist Diet book, etc.
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