Ella Farman

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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.[1] She also wrote as Dorothea Alice Shepherd.


  • Anna Maylie (1873)
  • A White Hand (1875)
  • Good-for-Nothing Polly (1877)
  • A Girl’s Money