ID 781
Last Name Traill
First Name Catharine Parr
Title
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1802-01-09
Date of Death 1899-08
Place of Birth Rotherhithe
Place of Death Stony Lake
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/7512952
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catharine_Parr_Traill
Image URL https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/11/CatherineParrTraillcrop.png
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Role Title Date
Author Little Downy, or, The history of a field-mouse: a moral tale embellished with twelve colored engravings. 1822
Author The tell-tale: an original collection of moral and amusing stories. 1823
Author Fables for the nursery: original and select. Illustrated with nineteen engravings. 1825
Author The flower basket; or, Nursery rhymes and tales. By the author of Adventures of a field-mouse, Tell-tale, Disobedience, Lessons for the nursery, &c.; embellished with thirteen coloured engravings. 1825
Author The flower-basket, or, Poetical blossoms: original nursery rhymes and tales by the author of Adventures of a field-mouse, Lessons for the nursery, Tell-tale &c. 1825
Author Prejudice Reproved; or, The History of the Negro Toy-Seller 1826
Author The young emigrants, or, Pictures of Canada: calculated to amuse and instruct the minds of youth. By the author of "Prejudice reproved," "The tell-tale," &c. 1826
Author The keepsake guineas, or, The best use of money. By the author of The juvenile forget-me-not, The young emigrants, Prejudice reproved, Nursery fables, Tell-tale, Tales of the school, &c. 1828
Author The keepsake guineas, or, The best use of money. By the author of The juvenile forget-me-not, The young emigrants, Prejudice reproved, Nursery fables, Tell-tale, Tales of the school, &c. 1828
Author The Little Prisoner; or, Passion and Patience: and, Amendment; or, Charles Grant and his Sister. [Two tales.] By the authors of Hugh Latimer [i.e. Susannah Strickland], Little Quaker [i.e. Susannah Strickland], Rowland Massingham [i.e. Susannah Strickland], Rowland Massingham [i.e. Susannah Strickland], Tell Tale [i.e. Agnes Strickland], Reformation [i.e. Catharine Parr Strickland], Disobedience [i.e. Elizabeth Strickland], etc. 1828
Author Sketches from Nature; or, Hints to Juvenile Naturalists. By the Author of The Young Emigrants—The Step-Brothers—Prejudice Reproved—Juvenile Forget Me Not—Nursery fables, &c. 1830
Author Sketch book of a young naturalist, or, Hints to the students of nature. By the author of "Sketches from nature," "The young emigrants," "Stepbrothers, "Prejudice Reproved," "Juvenile forget-me-not for 1828," and "Nursery fables." 1831
Author The Adventures of Little Downy, or, The History of a Field Mouse: a Moral Tale. By Miss Black. 1832
Author Fables for the nursery: original and select. Illustrated with nineteen engravings. 1834
Author The Backwoods of Canada: Being Letters from the Wife of an Emigrant Officer, Illustrative of the Domestic Economy of British America. 1836
Author The Backwoods of Canada: Being Letters from the Wife of an Emigrant Officer, Illustrative of the Domestic Economy of British America. Second Edition. 1836

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"Traill, Catharine Parr" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Person ID 781, http://womensprinthistoryproject.com/person/781. Accessed 2023-12-03.

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