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American novalist Harriet Ada Marr Adams (1845–1885) also known as Mrs J. S. Adams, after her husband, John Samuel Adams. Born in Maine, USA on 24 Jan 1845 to William March Marr and Ruth May. Harriet Ada married John Adams and had a child named John Chester Adam. Her famous creation named “Allegories of Life” includes 23 short stories. She also wrote very famous novel “Dawn”.

Saved By Kindness by J. S. Adams

The Old Tree And Its Lesson by J. S. Adams

The Hope Of The Fallen by J. S. Adams

Mt. Vernon, And The Tomb Of Washington by J. S. Adams

What Is Truth? by J. S. Adams

Letters And Letter-Writing by J. S. Adams

The Bandbox Movement by J. S. Adams

The Wine-Dealer’s Clerk by J. S. Adams

The Warrior’s Bride by J. S. Adams

Onward Courageously by J. S. Adams

The Tree by J. S. Adams

Truth And Error by J. S. Adams

Strangers by J. S. Adams

The Sacrifice By J. S. Adams

Only Gold by J. S. Adams