Robinson, Sara Tappan Doolittle (Lawrence)

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    Sara Tapan Doolittle Robinson (Dictionary of American Authors)

    Robinson, Mrs. Sarah Tappan Doolittle [Lawrence]. Ms., 1827----.  Wife of C. Robinson, supra. A writer of Lawrence, Kansas, who published, in 1856, Kansas : its Exterior and Interior Life, a work giving valuable information concerning a critical period in the history of the State.
    Oscar Fay Adams, Dictionary of American Authors (Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1897), 319.

    Sara Tappan Doolittle Robinson (National Cyclpaedia of American Biography)

    On Oct. 30, 1851, [Charles Robinson] married Sarah Tappan Doolittle Lawrence, daughter of Hon. Myron Lawrence, an eminent lawyer of Massachusetts — a lady of very high literary culture. She was educated in the Belchertown Classical School and the New Salem Academy, and was an able helper and counsellor to her husband. She wrote "Kansas, its Interior and Exterior Life," a work which attained a wide circulation and had great influence. It is one of the best books written on the early history of Kansas.
    “Robinson, Charles,” The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography (New York: James T. White & Company, 1898), 8: 343.
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