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CHESEBR0, Caroline, author, born in Canan-daigua, New York, about 1828; died in Piermont, New York, 16 February, 1873. She was educated in a female seminary in her native village, and began writing for the magazines about 1848, contributing at first to "Graham's Magazine" and " Holden's Dollar Magazine." A volume of her stories and sketches was published with the title of "Dream-Land by Daylight" (New York, 1851). This was followed in 1852 by" Isa, a Pilgrimage," in 1853 by " The Children of Light" and "The Little Cross-Bearers" (Auburn), in 1855 by "Susan, the Fisherman's Daughter" (New York), and in subsequent years she published numerous other novels, entitled "Philly and Kit " (1856); " Victoria, or the World Overcome" (1856); "Amy Cart" (1863) : "Peter Carradine "(1863);" The Foe in the Household" (1871); and a collection of stories entitled "The Beautiful Gate, and other Tales" 1863). She was a frequent contributor to the various literary magazines, and had a novel passing through the press at the time of her death. For eight years previous to her death she had been teacher of rhetoric and composition in the Packer collegiate institute in Brooldyn. Her novels are reflective and grave in tone and contain impressive, emotional, and descriptive passages.
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