SARAH ANNE DORSEY
\sˈe͡əɹəɹ ˈan dˈɔːsɪ], \sˈeəɹəɹ ˈan dˈɔːsɪ], \s_ˈeə_ɹ_ə_ɹ ˈa_n d_ˈɔː_s_ɪ]\
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An American prose-writer; born in Natchez, Miss., Feb. 16, 1829; died in New Orleans, La., July 4, 1879. She was a linguist and a student of Sanskrit. Her literary work began with the (Episcopal) Churchman. Included in her writings are: "Lucia Dare" (1867); "Panola, a Tale of Louisiana" (1877); "Atalie"; and "Agnes Graham". She was amanuensis to Jefferson Davis in the preparation of his "Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government".
By Charles Dudley Warner
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