Individual Author Record
General InformationC:ADULT Non-Fiction Born: Petersburg, Missouri August 15, 1838 Sites:
Illinois ConnectionLogan's parent's moved to Marion when she was one year old. After she got married, she moved to Benton and moved to the Chicago area later in her life.
Biographical and Professional InformationAfter her husband passed, Mrs. Logan moved to northern Illinois and became the editor of The Home Magazine, of Washington, which ran from 1888 to 1908, and wrote about historic events. She served on the syndicate staff of Hearst news service and was a contributor to other magazine and newspapers and wrote several books. President Benjamin Harrison appointed Mrs. Logan one of the women commissioners of the District of Columbia to the Columbian Exposition in Chicago, 1893.
''The Home Manual'', Cornell University Library, 2009''Reminiscences of the Civil War and Reconstruction'', SIU Press, 1976''The Part Taken by Women in American History'', General Books, 2009''Our National Government; or Life and Scenes in Our National Capitol'', R. C. Barnum, 1908''Reminiscences of a Soldiers Wife: An Autobiography'', Kessinger Publishing, 2007''Thirty Years in Washington'', Kessinger Publishing, 2010