Maria Thompson Daviess

Maria Thompson Daviess (November 28, 1872 – September 3, 1924) was an American performer and feminist author. She is best known for her popular novels written in the to the lead 20th century, with a "Pollyanna" outlook, as without difficulty as several immediate stories, among them, “Miss Selina Sue and the Soap-Box Babies," "Sue Saunders of Saunders Ridge" and "Some Juniors.". Daviess was affiliated as soon as the Equal Suffrage League in Kentucky, being the co-founder and vice-president of the chapter in Nashville and an organizer of the chapter in Madison.

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