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Full Name: Emily Chubbuck Judson
(1817-1854) Writer, poet. Emily Chubbuck Judson was born in Eaton, New York. She worked in the New York woolen mills and received an informal education. Impressed by her desire to learn, the preceptresses at the Utica Female Seminary invited her to study for a year in their school free of cost, after which she was hired as a teacher. Much of her work was published under the pen name of Fanny Forester.
Author's Timeline:
1817 Madison County
Emily Chubbuck was born in Eaton, New York, on August 22, 1817. 
1854 Madison County
Emily Chubbuck Judson died in Hamilton, New York, on June 1, 1854. 
1848 (Unknown) County
Alderbrook Tales
(Pub: Boston, Massachusetts: William D. Ticknor. ISBN: )
A two-volume collection of essays or short stories. 
1840 Oneida County
Mrs. Judson attended Utica Female Seminary for a year, after which she taught there.  
1850 (Unknown) County
How To Be Great, Good, and Happy
(Pub: Lewis Colby. ISBN: )
Book for young readers. 
1848 (Unknown) County
A Memoir Of Mrs. Sarah B. Judson
(Pub: New York, New York: L. Colby and Company. ISBN: )
1852 (Unknown) County
An Olio of Domestic Verses
(Pub: New York, New York: Lewis Colby. ISBN: )
Collection of poetry. 
1846 (Unknown) County
Trippings in Author-Land
(Pub: New York, New York: Paine & Burgess. ISBN: )
Collection of essays. 
1854 Madison County
Emily Judson was interred at the Madison Street Cemetery in Hamilton, New York. 
1841 (Unknown) County
Charles Linn Or How To Observe The Golden Rule
1842 (Unknown) County
The Great Secret: Or, How To Be Happy
(Pub: New York, New York: L. Colby and Company. ISBN: )
1843 (Unknown) County
Allen Lucas; The Self-Made Man
(Pub: New York, New York: Sheldon. ISBN: )
1853 (Unknown) County
The Kathayan Slave, And Other Papers Connected With Missionary Life
(Pub: Boston, Massachusetts: Ticknor, Reed, and Fields. ISBN: )
1854 (Unknown) County
My Two Sisters: A Sketch From Memory
Collection of short writings. 

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