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Linnie Sarah Harris was a late 19th and early 20th-century American author of fiction, often aimed at girls and young women. She was born in 1868 in East Machias, Maine, where she resided for most of her life. Educated at East Machias' Washington Academy, her first short story was published in a local paper when she was sixteen, and she went on to pen three novels: Bertha's Summer Boarders, The Young Capitalist and Sweet Peggy.

(sources: Herringshaw's American Blue-Book of Biography, The School Journal)
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