Elizabeth Strong Worthington

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Elizabeth Strong Worthington
Born October 5, 1851
Rushville, New York, United States of America
Died October 2, 1916
Los Angeles, California, United States of America
Occupation Writer
Nationality American
Notable works How to Cook Husbands (1898)

Elizabeth Strong Worthington (October 5, 1851 - October 2, 1916)[1] was a popular American writer during the latter part of the 19th century. Her first books When Peggy Smiled: A Love Story and The Biddy Club, were published in 1888. Her next works The Little Brown Dog and How to Cook Husbands (arguably her most popular work), came along in 1898, and her final book was The Gentle Art of Cooking Wives in 1900. She sometimes wrote under the pen name Griffith A. Nicholas.

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  1. ^ "California Novelist Is Dead". Bellingham Herald. October 3, 1916. 

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