The New International Encyclopædia/Farrar, Eliza Ware

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The New International Encyclopædia
Farrar, Eliza Ware
Edition of 1905. See also Eliza Ware Farrar on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.

FAR'RAR, Eliza Ware (Rotch) (1791-1870). An American author. She was born in Flanders, while her parents were traveling in Europe. She became well known as the author of The Children's Robinson Crusoe, The Story of Lafayette, and The Life of Howard. The Young Lady's Friend (1837) also was exceedingly popular. Her later years were spent in Springfield, Mass. She married Prof. John Farrar of Harvard College.