Three Hundred Years Hence

Three Hundred Years Hence

by Mary Griffith
     
 

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sleeping young man is sealed in his house by an avalanche and awakens 300 years later in the year 2135 when the house is uncovered by excavation.

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sleeping young man is sealed in his house by an avalanche and awakens 300 years later in the year 2135 when the house is uncovered by excavation.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148949466
Publisher:
Hillside Publishing
Publication date:
01/14/2015
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
432 KB

Meet the Author

Mary Griffith (1772–1846) was an American writer, horticulturist and scientist. Born Mary Corre, she married John Griffith, a wealthy New York City merchant who died in 1815. After the death of her husband she purchased an estate ("Charlieshope") in Franklin Township, Somerset County, New Jersey. There she performed experiments in horticulture, natural history, economic entomology, the earth sciences, epidemiology, and optics and vision, publishing her results in scientific and literary journals and newspapers. She also published several novels and stories including Camperdown, or News from Our Neighborhood (1836) which included Three Hundred Years Hence, the first known utopian novel by an American woman.[1] Griffith died in Red Hook, Dutchess County, New York in 1846. Source: Wikipedia.

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