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Helen Stuart Campbell

a.k.a. Helen Campbell Stuart, Helen Weeks *, Campbell Wheaton *

Author Code: AHSC

Born: Jul. 4, 1839 - Lockport, New York, USA

Died: Jul. 22, 1918 - Dedham, Massachusetts, USA

Educated in Warren, Rhode Island and Mrs. Cook's Seminary in Bloomfield, New Jersey, Campbell began contributing articles to magazines and newspapers at an early age, most of which dealt with home economics. She became devoted to the problems of the poor and many of her works dealt with such issues. From 1881 to 1884 she was the literary editor of Our Continent in Philadelphia. She became close friends with Charlotte Perkins Gilman and together they edited Impress the journal of the Pacific Coast Women's Press Association. Using the pseudonym of Helen Weeks, Campbell wrote a number of children's books. She lectured in home economics at the University of Wisconsin and at Kansas State Agricultural College. Her works include The Ainslee Series (1864-67), His Grandmothers (1877), Unto the Third and Fourth Generation (1880), The Problem of the Poor (1882), Under Green-Apple Boughs (1883), Mrs. Herndon's Income (1885), Prisoners of Poverty (1887), Prisoners of Poverty Abroad (1889), Anne Bradstreet and Her Time (1891), Women Wage-Earners (1893) and Ballantyne (1901).

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AHSC002 Anne Bradstreet and Her Time 1891 169 801k eBook Download PDF - 'Anne Bradstreet and Her Time' (AHSC002) Find a printed copy of Anne Bradstreet and Her Time by Helen Stuart Campbell at AbeBooks
AHSC001 Prisoners of Poverty Abroad 1889 68 464k eBook Download PDF - 'Prisoners of Poverty Abroad' (AHSC001) Find a printed copy of Prisoners of Poverty Abroad by Helen Stuart Campbell at AbeBooks
AHSC003 Women Wage-Earners 1893 94 552k eBook Download PDF - 'Women Wage-Earners' (AHSC003) Find a printed copy of Women Wage-Earners by Helen Stuart Campbell at AbeBooks

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