Susanna Moodie was an English-born Canadian author who wrote about her experiences as a settler in Canada, which was a British colony at the time.
|Born:||Susannah Strickland, December 6, 1803, Bungay, River Waveney, Suffolk|
|Died:||April 8, 1885, Toronto, Ontario|
About Susanna Moodie
An English-born author who wrote about her experiences as a settler in Canada, she is best remembered for Roughing it in the Bush, an 1852 memoir. Her novels include Mark Hurdlestone, The World Before Them, and Flora Lyndsay, and her works of children's fiction include The Little Quaker and The Sailor Brother.
Susanna Moodie Before Fame
She published her debut children's book, Spartacus, in the early 1820s.
Achievement of Susanna Moodie
She was given her own commemorative Canadian stamp in 2003.
Susanna Moodie Family Life
She was born Susanna Strickland in Suffolk, England. She married John Moodie in 1831.
Associations of Susanna Moodie
She was the sister of fellow writer Catharine Parr Traill.
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- 19th-century Canadian short story writers
- 19th-century Canadian novelists
- English emigrants to pre-Confederation Ontario
- 19th-century Canadian poets
- Victorian women writers
- British women short story writers
- Immigrants to Upper Canada
- Canadian women short story writers
- English memoirists
- Canadian children's writers
- 19th-century English poets
- 19th-century English novelists
- English short story writers
- Canadian women poets
- English women writers