GIELOW, MARTHA SAWYER, 1860-1933

Biography:

Reader, lecturer. Born– 1860, Greensboro. Parents– Captain Enoch and Sophie E. (Barkley) Sawyer. Married. Children– Two. Founder and vice-president of Southern Industrial Education Association, Washington, D.C. which was organized for the purpose of promoting industrial education among Southern Appalachian Mountain white children.

Source:

Who Was Who in America, Vol. 1.

Publication(s):

Camp Jingles and Songs. Seattle; Ivy Press, 1917.

The Light on the Hill; a Romance. New York; Revell, 1915.

Mammy’s Reminiscences, and Other Sketches. New York; Barnes, 1898.

Old Andy the Moonshiner. Washington, D.C.; Roberts, 1909.

Old Plantation Days. New York; Russell, 1902.

Uncle Sam. New York; Revell, 1913.

The Whispering Fairy; Constructive Stories for Children. Los Angeles; Rowny Press, 1923.