Mary Hazelton Blanchard Wade

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Mary Hazelton Blanchard Wade
Born Mary Hazelton Blanchard
March 23, 1860
Charlestown, Massachusetts
Died 1936
Nationality American
Occupation Writer
Spouse(s) Louis Francis Wade
Parent(s) Charles H. Blanchard,
Caroline Cecilia Blanchard

Mary Hazelton Blanchard Wade (March 23, 1860 – 1936) was an American writer.

Born Mary Hazelton Blanchard in Charlestown, Massachusetts, daughter of Charles Hentry and Caroline Cecilia Blanchard, she was educated at a high school in Malden then received further education by private tutors.[1] In 1877 she began working as a teacher. On November 14, 1882, she was married to Louis Francis Wade.[2] Mary became a prolific author, particularly of children's fiction.[3][4]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Anahei: our little brown cousin[5] (1901)
  • Our little Indian cousin[5] (1901)
  • Little Japanese cousin[5] (1901)
  • Petrovna our little Russian cousin (1901)
  • Little Eskimo cousin[5] (1902)
  • Mpuke: our little African cousin[5] (1902)
  • Little Philippine cousin (1902)
  • Little Hawaiian cousin (1902)
  • Little Cuban cousin (1902)
  • Little Porto Rican cousin (1902)
  • Our little Italian cousin[5] (1903)
  • Our little Swiss cousin[6] (1903)
  • The little Japanese girl (1903)
  • Our little Norwegian cousin[5] (1903)
  • Our Little Siamese Cousin (1903)
  • Our little Irish cousin[5] (1904)
  • Our little German cousin[5] (1904)
  • Our little Turkish cousin[5] (1904)
  • Our little Canadian cousin[5] (1904
  • Ten little Indians: stories of how indian children lived and played (1904)
  • The little Norwegian girl (1904)
  • Wah Sing, our little Chinese cousin (1904)
  • Our little Jewish cousin (1904) [7]
  • Artin: our little Armenian cousin[5] (1905)
  • The coming of the white men; stories of how our country was discovered[5] (1905)
  • Ten big Indians: stories of famous Indian chiefs (1905)
  • Indian fairy tales as told to the little children of the wigwam[5] (1906)
  • Old colony days : stories of the first settlers and how our country grew[6] (1906)
  • Our little Philippine cousin (1906)
  • Our Little Russian Cousin[5] (1906)
  • Building the nation; stories of how our forefathers lived and what they did to make our country a united one[6] (1907)
  • Ten Indian hunters: stories of famous Indian hunters (1907)
  • Our little Japanese cousin (1908)
  • Carl: our little Swiss cousin[6] (1909)
  • Chin: our little Siamese cousin[5] (1909)
  • Little folks of North America; stories about children living in the different parts of North America[5] (1909)
  • Tessa: our little Italian cousin (1909)
  • Etu, our little Eskimo cousin (1910)
  • Lotus Blossom: our little Japanese cousin (1910)
  • George Washington: a story and a play (1911)
  • Abraham Lincoln: a story and a play[5] (1914)
  • Benjamin Franklin: a story and a play (1914)
  • Ulysses Simpson Grant: a story and a play[5] (1914)
  • Pilgrims of to-day[6] (1916)
  • Swift fawn: the little foundling[5] (1916)
  • Timid hare: the little captive[6] (1916)
  • Our little Swiss cousin (1917)
  • Twin travelers in South America[6] (1918)
  • The light-bringers (1919)
  • Twin travelers in the holy land (1919)
  • Our little Irish cousin[6] (1920)
  • Twin travelers in India (1920)
  • Twin travelers in China and Japan (1922)
  • The wonder workers (1922)
  • Real Americans[5] (1923)
  • The master builders[5] (1925)
  • Swift fawn[6] (1925)
  • Adventurers all (1927)
  • Leaders to liberty[6] (1927)
  • The boy who found out: the story of Henri Fabre (1928)
  • The boy who dared: the story of William Penn (1929)
  • The new pioneers (1934)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Marquis, Albert Nelson (1915), Who's who in New England, Chicago: A.N. Marquis, p. 1098. 
  2. ^ Leonard, John William; Marquis, Albert Nelson (1903), Who's who in America, 3, Marquis Who's Who, p. 1540. 
  3. ^ Lawrence, Alberta Chamberlain (1921), Who's who Among North American Authors, 1, Golden Syndicate Pub. Co., p. 216. 
  4. ^ Adams, Oscar Fay (1904), A Dictionary of American Authors (5th ed.), Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, p. 575. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v Online books by Mary Hazelton Blanchard Wade, University of Pennsylvania, retrieved 2013-02-24. 
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Search Results", Internet Archive, retrieved 2013-05-26. 
  7. ^ WorldCat item record

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