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Encyclopedia > Susan Fenimore Cooper

Susan Augusta Fenimore Cooper (April 17, 1813 - December 31, 1894) was a noted author. Her most famous work is Rural Hours, a nature diary of Cooperstown; she also wrote Elinor Wyllys, a novel. She was the daughter of established American novelist James Fenimore Cooper.

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Susan Fenimore Cooper (1812 words)
Written as a private memoir for her nieces and nephews, who had never known James Fenimore Cooper, this evocative account is a prime source for the private life of James Fenimore Cooper between from 1816-1828, as well as of his daughter.
SFC's uses of history and natural history both differ from those of her father, and revise the dominant myths of 19th century America.
SFC's 1859 money-raising appeal celebrates Mount Vernon as central to Washington's life, not a retreat from public affairs, thus domesticating patriotism and history.
James Fenimore Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1455 words)
James Fenimore Cooper (September 15, 1789 – September 14, 1851) was a prolific and popular American writer of the early 19th century.
His daughter, Susan Fenimore Cooper (1813—1894), was known as an author and philanthropist.
Cooper was born at Burlington, New Jersey, on the 15th of September 1789, the eleventh of William and Elizabeth Cooper's twelve children.
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