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Annie, Lady Brassey (1839-1887) was an English travel writer best known for her accounts of ocean journeys undertaken with her family. This volume, first published in 1878, contains Brassey's best-selling account of her family's circumnavigation in the steam yacht Sunbeam, describing exotic locations and domestic life on board.About the Author:
Annie Brassey (1839-1887) was an English adventurer, writer, and advocate for woman's suffrage and improved working conditions. She was married to Thomas Brassey, a British railroad heir and Member of Parliament and had five children. She was also the grandmother of Idina Sackville, who was the subject of Frances Osborne's best-selling and critically acclaimed biography, "The Bolter." Ms. Brassey died at the age of 48 of malaria, while on one of her sailing adventures.
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