Skinner, Constance Lindsay, 1882-1939

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Dates:
Birth 1882-12-07
Death 1939-03-27

Biographical notes:

Canadian born American writer, critic, editor and historian; contributer to popular historical series on American and Canadian frontiers and rivers.

From the description of Song of going-out, n.d. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 48823381

Constance Lindsay Skinner (1882-1939) was a Canadian-born author, critic, historian, and playwright. Her writings included poetry, novels, plays, literary and music criticism, historical works, and adventure stories for children. She wrote histories of the American southwest, Canadian northwest and Indian tribes of British Columbia.

From the guide to the Constance Lindsay Skinner papers, ca. 1876-1939, 1930-1939, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.)

Constance Lindsay Skinner (1882-1939) was a Canadian-born author, critic, historian, and playwright.

Her writings included poetry, novels, plays, literary and music criticism, historical works, and adventure stories for children. She wrote histories of the American southwest, Canadian northwest and Indian tribes of British Columbia.

From the description of Constance Lindsay Skinner papers, ca. 1876-1939, bulk (1930-1939). (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 144652418

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Subjects:

  • Indians of North America--History
  • Criticism
  • Children's literature
  • Romanies in literature
  • Indians of North America--British Columbia--History

Occupations:

  • Critic
  • Historians
  • Authors

Places:

  • Southwest, New (as recorded)
  • British Columbia (as recorded)
  • British Columbia (as recorded)
  • Canada, Western (as recorded)
  • Canada, Western (as recorded)
  • Southwest, New (as recorded)