Moodie, Susanna


Moodie, Susanna
(1803-1885)
   Born in England. Daughter of Thomas Strickland, and sister of Agnes Strickland and Katherine Parr Traill. In 1832 emigrated to Canada with her husband, John Wedderbar Dunbar Moodie, and settled in the forest near the present city of Peterborough. In 1839 her home was in Belleville, and later in Toronto. Published numerous works of fiction and poetry.
   Bib.: Works: Roughing it in the Bush; Life in the Clearings. For full list of her writings, see Morgan, Bib. Can. For biog., see McMurchy, Canadian Literature.

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