Nebraska Authors

Esmeralda Boyle

Born 1840-09-29 District of Columbia (USA)

Died 1928-04-18
Grand Island, NE (USA)

Buried
Grand Island, NE (USA)
Grand Island Cemetery

Places Lived

District of Columbia
Maryland
Chadron, NE
Kearney, NE
Grand Island, NE

Author Of

  • Biography
  • Fiction
  • Nonfiction
  • Poetry

Keywords

Fiction; Stories; Biography; Maryland

Occupation

Writer

Places Worked

Government Land Office, Chadron, NE
Teacher

Honors

She gave the first full life history of Francis Scott Key

Associations

Daughter of Admiral Junian Boyle, United States Navy

Bibliography

Thistledown. 1871.
The Story of Felice, 1873.
Songs of Land and Sea, 1875.
The Image Breaker. 1875.
Biographical Sketches of Distinguished Marylanders. 1877.
Father John McElroy, the Irish Priest. 1878.
Saint Cecilia's Gates. 1890.
Something About the Letterkins. 1900.

She published a novelette, 'The Daughter of His Friend,' in the St. Louis Magazine, 1886.

She has contributed to these publications:
The Galaxy
The Overland Monthly
The St. Louis Magazine
The Hesperian
and The Army and Navy Journal.

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