Harriet Tytler

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HT 's memoirs, written late in her life, combine accounts of her early life and independent travels as a mid-Victorian woman in India with a history and vivid anecdotal account of the Indian Mutiny. These memoirs are the only published work of this active, well-travelled painter and photographer.
Black and white photograph of Harriet Tytler, standing next to her seated husband, Robert Tytler. She is wearing a long dark dress with a full skirt and wide sleeves trimmed with white lace, with a white bow around her neckline, and holding a fan. Her husband is in British army uniform.
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Milestones

3 October 1828
Harriet Christina Earle (later HT ) was born in Secrora, Oudh, India.
Tytler, Harriet, and Philip Mason. An Englishwoman in India. Sattin, AnthonyEditor , Oxford University Press, 1986.
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24 November 1907
HT died at Simla in India, aged seventy-nine.
Mason, Philip, Harriet Tytler, and Philip Mason. “Editorial materials”. An Englishwoman in India, edited by Anthony Sattin, Oxford University Press, 1986, pp. xviii - xxiii; 175.
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1986
An Englishwoman in India: The Memoirs of Harriet Tytler 1828-1858 was first published, seventy-nine years after Tytler's death.
Mason, Philip, Harriet Tytler, and Philip Mason. “Editorial materials”. An Englishwoman in India, edited by Anthony Sattin, Oxford University Press, 1986, pp. xviii - xxiii; 175.
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Biography

Birth and Family

3 October 1828
Harriet Christina Earle (later HT ) was born in Secrora, Oudh, India.
Tytler, Harriet, and Philip Mason. An Englishwoman in India. Sattin, AnthonyEditor , Oxford University Press, 1986.
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