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Person
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Name: 
Alice and Ruth, Author of
Author of Alice and Ruth
Author of Conversations on common things
Author of Days of childhood
Author of Evening hours
Author of George Mills
Author of John Williams
Author of Marrion Wilder
Author of Self-confidence
Author of The talisman
Conversations on common things, Author of
Days of childhood, Author of
Dix, D. L.
Dix, Dorothea
Dix, Dorothea Lynde
Dix, Dorothea Lynde (Miss)
Evening hours, Author of
George Mills, Author of
John Williams, Author of
Marrion Wilder, Author of
Self-confidence, Author of
Talisman, Author of
Teacher
Dates: 
1802-1887
Creation class: 
Language material
Text
Creation role: 
author
Related names: 
Fillmore, Millard (1800-1874)
Francis, Charles Stephen (1805-1887)
Hartwell, Alonzo (1805-1873)
Isaac R. Butts and Co
Lightner, David L. (1942-)
Munroe & Francis
Snyder, Charles M.
Snyder, Charles McCool
Wilson, Helen (1907-)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Titles: 
American moral tales, 1832:
Asylum, prison, and poorhouse : the writings and reform work of Dorothea Dix in Illinois
Dorothea Lynde Dix correspondence
Evening hours.
Heedless boy
Hymns for children, selected and altered : with appropriate texts of scripture
lady and the president, The : the letters of Dorothea Dix & Millard Fillmore
Memorial of Miss D. L. Dix, to the honorable the General assembly in behalf of the insane of Maryland.
Memorial soliciting a state hospital for the insane
Memorial. To the Honourable the Senate and General Assembly of the state of New Jersey.
Memorial to the legislature of Massachusetts, 1843. By Dorothea L. Dix.
Memorial. To the Legislature of Massachusetts [protesting against the confinement of insane persons and idiots in almshouses and prisons]
On behalf of the insane poor; selected reports.
Remarks on prisons and prison discipline ... 1845
Remarks on prisons and prison discipline in the United States. With a new introd. by Leonard D. Savitz.
Robert Woodard, or, The heedless boy
treatment of the misdemeanant in Indiana, 1816-1936, The
trials of a school girl, The
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