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|Harriet Waters Preston (18361911)|
|Preston, Harriet Waters. An American scholar, translator, and writer; born in Danvers, MA, in 1836; died in 1911. Besides her translations of Mistrals Mirèio (1873), Virgils Georgics (1881), and several others, she published of her own original work: Troubadours and Trouvères (1876); Aspendale (1881); A Year in Eden, with Louise Dodge (1886); Private Life of the Romans (1893); and Love in the Nineteenth Century.|