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Mary Eliza Rogers
(TRAVELLING WOMAN WHO WITNESSED SLAVERY)
BIRTH
1828
DEATH
1910
. British. The sister of the English Consul in Palestine, she accompanied him on his negotiating missions among the tribes, crossing the country on horseback. Five years of a stay full of sympathy for the people, not however, lacking in questionings on the condition of women, ended in the publication of a highly-esteemed narrative. When her brother and sister-in-law died in Cairo in 1884, she took in and raised their four young children in London.
La vie domestique en Palestine, Paris, Agence de la Société des Écoles du Dimanche, 1865.
Domestic life in Palestine, Concinnati, Poe and Hitchcock, 1865
Oxford Biography Index entry, 101070407

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