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Eliza Anna Farman Pratt (1837–1907), who wrote mainly as Ella Farman, was an American writer of children's literature. She was edited Wide Awake, and Our Little Men and Women. She also wrote as Dorothea Alice Shepherd.
- Anna Maylie (1873)
- A White Hand (1875)
- Good-for-Nothing Polly (1877)
- A Girl’s Money
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