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us: Trimmer, Sarah, 1741-1810


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    • us: Trimmer, Mrs. (Sarah), 1741-1810
    • us: Author of Instructive tales, 1741-1810
    • us: Berquin's Fire-side book, Translator of, 1741-1810
    • us: Instructive tales, Author of, 1741-1810
    • us: Study of nature, Translator of, 1741-1810
    • us: Translator of Berquin's Fire-side book, 1741-1810
    • us: Translator of Study of nature, 1741-1810
    • us: Trimmer, S. (Sarah), 1741-1810
    • us: Trimmer, Sarah Kirby, 1741-1810
    • us: Kirby, Sarah, 1741-1810
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        17410106
    • Death Date

        18101215
    • Birth Place

        Ipswich, England
    • Gender

        female
    • Associated Language

        eng
    • Field of Activity

        (lcsh) Children's stories
          (lcsh) Education
            (lcsh) Religious education
          • Occupation

              (lcsh) Educators
                (lcsh) Religious educators
            • Earlier Established Forms

                Trimmer, Mrs. (Sarah), 1741-1810Trimmer,Mrs.(Sarah),1741-1810 Trimmer, Sarah Kirby, 1741-1810Trimmer, Sarah Kirby,1741-1810
            • Sources

              • found: Berquin, M. Introduction to the study of nature, 1845 (name not given)
              • found: Her The diamond, 1859: t.p. (translator of Berquin's Fire-side book, Study of nature)
              • found: Her The silver thimble, 1801: t.p. (author of Instructive tales)
              • found: LC in RLIN, 10/2/85 (hdg.: Trimmer, Sarah Kirby, 1741-1810; usage: Sarah Trimmer)
              • found: MWA/NAIP files, Sept. 5, 2007 (hdg.: Trimmer, Mrs. (Sarah), 1741-1810; usage: Mrs. Trimmer; Sarah Trimmer; S. Trimmer; translator of Berquin's Fire-side book; translator of Study of nature)
              • found: Literature Resource Center www site, 24 April 2013: Sarah Trimmer (born Sarah Kirby at Ipswich, 6 January 1741; married James Trimmer in 1762; died 15 December 1810; children's writer; educator; Sunday school founder)
            • Change Notes

              • 1985-12-06: new
              • 2013-04-25: revised
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