Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)/Harrison, Mrs. Burton

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HARRISON, MRS. BURTON (CONSTANCE CARY), an American novelist and miscellaneous writer; born in Vaucluse, Va., April 25, 1846. She wrote: “Woman's Handiwork in Modern Homes” (1881); “Old-Fashioned Fairy-Book” (1884); “Bar Harbor Days” (1887); and the novels “The Anglomaniacs”; “An Errant Wooing”; “A Bachelor Maid”; “A Son of the Old Dominion” (1897); “A Princess of the Hills” (1901); a play, “The Unwelcome Mrs. Hatch” (1901); “Recollections Grave and Gay” (1911).