Anna Smith

Standard Name: Smith, Anna
Used Form: Anna Young Smith

Connections

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Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth Graeme Ferguson
Childless herself, EGF brought up the two children of a sister who had died, one of whom developed into the poet Anna Young Smith .
Garraty, John A., and Mark C. Carnes, editors. American National Biography. Oxford University Press, 1999.
Friends, Associates Elizabeth Graeme Ferguson
EGF had met novelist Laurence Sterne and botanist-physician John Fothergill in London. Among her large circle of friends at home, other writers were prominent. She knew the poet Nathaniel Evans and the physician and educator...
Literary responses Elizabeth Graeme Ferguson
Martha C. Slotten produced in 1980 a doctoral dissertation entitled The Culture of Elizabeth Graeme Ferguson (1737-1801). More recently Pattie Cowell has called her merely prolific in distinction from her talented niece Anna Young Smith

Timeline

1792
H. W. Smith and Anna Smith opened a newsagents' shop in Little Grosvenor Street, London; out of this initial enterprise grew the publishing firm of W. H. Smith .