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Author photo. Helen Stuart Campbell (1839-1918). Image from What a young woman ought to know (1913) by Mary Wood-Allen

Helen Stuart Campbell (1839-1918). Image from What a young woman ought to know (1913) by Mary Wood-Allen

Helen Stuart Campbell (1839–1918)

Author of Darkness and Daylight


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Helen Stuart Campbell was an author, reformer, and a pioneer in the home economics movement. Early in her writing career she published children's stories under her married name, Helen Weeks. She is best known for her 1882 book, The Problems of the Poor. Her 1893 book, Darkness and Daylight, or Shadows of New York Life, promoted social reform. She was also the author of a biography of Anne Bradstreet published in 1891.
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