An American turn-of-the-century writer, she actually is most widely known for The War-Time Journal of the Georgian Female (1908). A favorite southern article writer, she frequently released tales and essays in both New York Globe and Godey’s Lady’s Reserve. She worked being a instructor and became the main of the all-female college in Mississippi. She composed two botany books. She grew up in Georgia by Annulet Ball and Garnett Andrews. Her dad was both a lawyer along with a slave owner. She and Horatio Alger had been both Gilded Age group authors.