Definition of Harriet Farley
What does the word Harriet Farley mean?
part of speech: noun
An American editor and writer; born in New Hampshire, 1817. She was employed in a mill at Lowell, Mass., and became editor of the Lowell Offering, a periodical supported by the factory operatives, who were also contributors to it. Her works include "Mind among the Spindles", a collection of her miscellany, and "Fancy's Frolics".