Nebraska Authors

Charlotte Mooney Banks

Born 1847 New Albany, IN (USA)

Banks was a regular contributor to various magazines and papers, writing on subjects of the day. Her articles focused on rights of the child, pronunciation in singing, Boston's World's Jubilee of 1872, and the Lincoln Jubilee held in Chicago in 1915. She was a regular contributor to the Peoria Saturday Evening Call.

Places Lived

Falls City, NE

Author Of

  • Fiction
  • Journalism
  • Music and Audio
  • Poetry

Keywords

Journalism; Music; Short Stories; Poetry

Education

Boston Music School

Occupation

Choir Director
Professional Musician

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