Lee, Eliza Buckminster, 1794-1864
- Existence: 1794 - 1864
Eliza Buckminster Lee was born in Portsmouth, NH in 1792. She was educated by her brother and father Joseph Buckminster. She became a writer and wrote "Sketches of New England Life" (1837), "Naomi, or Boston Two Hundred Years Ago" (1848), and memoirs of her father and brother (1849). She translated from the German, wrote a life of Richter (1842), and published a historical novel, "Parthenia, the Last Days of Paganism" (1858). Lee died in 1864.
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Overview Eilza Buckminster Lee (1794-1864), author. The collection consists of letters from Daniel Webster and Grace Fletcher Webster.