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Mary E. Bamford

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Out Of The Triangle, A Story Of The Far East


By Mary E. Bamford
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Mary Ellen Bamford

Mary Ellen Bamford is an American author from Healdsburg, California. Her books include:

  • Up and Down the Brooks. Houghton, Mifflin & Co. (1889)
  • Her Twenty Heathen. Pilgrim Press.
  • My Land and Water Friends. D. Lothrop & Co. (1886)
  • The Look About Club. D. Lothrop & Co. (1887)
  • Second Year of the Look About Club. D. Lothrop & Co.
  • Janet and Her Father. Congregational S.S. & Pub. Soc. (1891)
  • Marie's story. A tale of the days of Louis XIV.. Congregational S.S. & Pub. Soc. (1888)
  • Miss Millie's Trying. Hunt & Eaton. (1892)
  • Number One or Number Two. Hunt & Eaton. (1891)
  • A Piece of Kitty Hunter's Life. Hunt & Eaton. (1890)
  • Father Lambert's family : a story of old-time France. Phillips & Hunt. (1888)
  • Thoughts of My Dumb Neighbors. Phillips & Hunt. (1887)
  • Eleanor and I. Congregational S.S. & Pub. Soc. (1891)
  • Talks by Queer Folks. D. Lothrop Co.
  • Jessie's Three Resolutions. Am. Bap. Pub. Soc. (1894)
  • In Editha's Days. Am. Baptist Pub. Soc. (1894)
  • Three Roman Girls. Am. Baptist Pub. Soc. (1893)
  • Out of the Triangle: a Story of the Far East. D.C. Cook Pub. Co. (1898)
  • Ti: A Story of San Francisco's Chinatown. D.C. Cook Co. (1899)
  • The Denby Children at the Fair. D.C. Cook Co.

External link

  • Works by Mary Ellen Bamford at Project Gutenberg


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