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The Senator's Bride

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Novelist Mittie Frances Clarke Point wrote as Mrs. Alex. McVeigh Miller, the name of her second husband. The author of 80 dime novels published from 1881 to 1915, she was one of the best-known romance writers of her age. Her fiction brought her wealth and fame.

A native of Doswell, Virginia, she was educated at home and at the Richmond Female Institute, from which she graduated on June 30, 1868. After graduation, she married Thomas Jefferson Davis and gave birth to a daughter. Both her husband and child died within two years, leaving her alone in Washington. Grief stricken, she returned to her family in Richmond, where she wrote stories for the Old Dominion and Temperance Advocate magazines.

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