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Full Name: Susan Bogert Warner
Biography:
(1819-1885) Susan Warner was born in Manhattan, New York and died in Highland Falls, Orange County, New York. For a number of years she resided on Constitution Island in the Hudson River, opposite West Point.
Author's Timeline:
1834 Orange County
Warner moved to Constitution Island in the Hudson River, opposite West Point, in 1834, and resided there for a number of years. 
1819 New York County
Susan Warner was born in New York City in 1819. 
1895 Orange County
Susan Bogert Warner died in Highland Falls, Orange County, New York in 1895. 
1851 (Unknown) County
The Wide, Wide World
(Pub: 2 vols. New York: Putnam. ISBN: )
Novel written under the pseudonym of Elizabeth Weatherell. In its day this book was the most successful work of fiction in America (next to "Uncle Tom's Cabin"). 
1852 (Unknown) County
Queechy
(Pub: 2 vols. New York: Putnam. ISBN: )
Novel. 
1856 (Unknown) County
The Hills of the Shatemuc
(Pub: New York: Appleton. ISBN: )
Novel. 
1853 (Unknown) County
The Law and the Testimony
The texts proving the great doctrines of Christianity are brought together under their appropriate heads.  
1864 (Unknown) County
Melbourne House
(Pub: 2 vols. New York: Robert Carter and Brothers. ISBN: )
Novel. 
1863 (Unknown) County
The Old Helmet
(Pub: New York: Robert Carter and Brothers. ISBN: )
Novel. 
1854 (Unknown) County
Carl Krinken: His Christmas Stocking
(Pub: New York: Putnam. ISBN: )
 
1866 (Unknown) County
Walks from Eden
(Pub: New York: Robert Carter and Brothers. ISBN: )
 
1868 (Unknown) County
Daisy. Continued From Melbourne House
(Pub: 2 vols. Philadelphia: Lippencott. ISBN: )
Novel. 
1875 (Unknown) County
Sceptres And Crowns
(Pub: New York: Robert Carter and Brothers. ISBN: )
 
? Columbia County
Susan Warner and her sister, Anna Warner, spent many summers at the Jason Warner House near Queechy, New York. A NYS Museum Historic Marker is located there to remember the fact that many scenes from Susan Warner's novels, "Wide Wide World" and "Queechy," were at this location. 

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