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Luella Bruce Creighton (1901–1996)

Author of Tecumseh: the story of the Shawnee chief

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Luella Bruce Creighton (1901-1996) was a Canadian author whose works, both fiction and non fiction, were published during the 1950's and 1960's. Born Luella Sanders Bruce on Aug. 25, 1901 in Stouffville, Ont., she taught in a rural school in 1920-1921 prior to attending Victoria College at the University of Toronto. She graduated with a BA in 1926 and married historian and writer Donald Creighton on June 23 of the same year. Luella Creighton's writings include High Bright Buggy Wheels (1951), Turn East, Turn West (1954), Canada, the Struggle for Empire (1960), Canada, Trial and Triumph (1963), Tecumseh, the Story of the Shawnee Chief (1965), Miss Multipenny and Miss Crumb (1966), The Elegant Canadians (1967) and The Hitching Post (1969).
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