Louisa may alcott

Delve into the fascinating life and literary contributions of Louisa May Alcott. Discover her timeless novels and gain insights into the world of this renowned author.
Effie Arminta ‘Mintie’ Heater, daughter of Stewart Heater and Isabella Hefner born 12 Nov 1881 in Burnsville, Braxton County West Virginia, USA. She died in May 1975, Elmont, Nassau County, New York. Married to Garfield Austin Fiddler, born about 1881in Gilmer Glenville County West Virginia, USA, they had 12 children. 1st cousin, 2 X removed Portrait, Writers And Poets, Eight Cousins, Emerson, Four Sisters, Henry David Thoreau, Wikipedia, Simone De Beauvoir, The Incredibles

Effie Arminta ‘Mintie’ Heater, daughter of Stewart Heater and Isabella Hefner born 12 Nov 1881 in Burnsville, Braxton County West Virginia, USA. She died in May 1975, Elmont, Nassau County, New York. Married to Garfield Austin Fiddler, born about 1881in Gilmer Glenville County West Virginia, USA, they had 12 children. 1st cousin, 2 X removed

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Louisa May Alcott (November 29, 1832 – March 6, 1888) Films, Writers And Poets, Book Lovers, Novels, Novelist, Classic Literature, Literary, Favorite Authors, Author

Louisa May Alcott was a writer from Concord, Massachusetts who was a part of the transcendentalist movement during the 19th century, Alcott, author of the classic novel Little Women, was raised in Massachusetts but was born in Germantown, Pennsylvania on November 29, 1832. Louisa May Alcott's Childhood & Early Life:…

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