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Originally appearing in Volume V10, Page 625 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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FOOTE, MARY`HALLOCK (1847- ), American author and illustrator, was born in Milton, New York, on the 19th of November 1847, of English Quaker ancestry. She was educated at the Poughkeepsie (N.Y') Female Collegiate Seminary and at the Cooper Institute School of Design for women, in New York. In ,1876 she married Arthur De Whit Foote, a mining engineer, and subsequently lived in the mining regions of California, Idaho, Colorado and Mexico. Sheds best known for her stories, in which, as in her drawings, she portrays vividly the rough picturesque life, especially the mining life, of the West. Some of her best drawings appear in her own books. Among her publications are The Led-Horse Claim (1883), John Bodewin's Testimony, (1886), The Chosen Valley (1892), Ctaur d'Alene (1894); The Pradigal(s9oo); a novelette; The Desert and the Sown- (1902); and several collections of short stories, including A Touch of Sun and other Stories (1903).
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