Emily Huntington Miller

A woman of the century Emily Huntington Miller (October 22, 1833 – November 2, 1913) was an American author, poet, and educator.

Miller was the Assistant Editor of ''The Little Corporal'', a children’s magazine; Associate Editor of ''The Ladies Home Journal''; and co-founder of ''St. Nicholas'', a publication for children. She was appointed Dean of Women at Northwestern University in Illinois, September 1891. Miller and Jennie Fowler Willing were involved with organizing a convention in Cleveland in 1874, at which the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union was formed. Provided by Wikipedia
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