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Carrie Stevens Walter (b.1846), Buffalo Electrotype and Engraving Co., Buffalo, N.Y.

Carrie Stevens Walter (1846–1907)

Author of Rose-Ashes And Other Poems

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Carrie Stevens Walter was born in Savannah, Missouri, and as a child went with her pioneer family to California. Her father Josiah Everett Stevens became a highly successful farmer.
At age 21, she married William Walter, who had come to California as a prospector and settled in Santa Clara county, where he bought a ranch. They had four children. She wrote poems and articles for western periodicals, and in 1893, founded a monthly magazine named Santa Clara, devoted to short stories and literature. She also worked with Andrew Hill on the surveying committee that would help create Big Basin Redwoods State Park.
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