The Encyclopedia Americana (1920)/Farrar, Eliza Ware Rotch

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The Encyclopedia Americana
Farrar, Eliza Ware Rotch
Edition of 1920. See also Eliza Ware Farrar on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.

FARRAR, Eliza Ware Rotch, American writer: b. Flanders, Belgium, 1791; d. Springfield, Mass., 22 April 1870. She married Prof. John Farrar of Harvard University. Her works include ‘The Children's Robinson Crusoe’; ‘The Story of Lafayette’; ‘The Youth's Love-Letters’; ‘Congo in Search of His Master’ (1854); and ‘Recollections of Seventy Years’ (1865).