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Sophia Elizabeth (Armstrong) Reed (May 16, 1842 – June 18, 1915) was an American Oriental scholar and author whose books were widely used as college textbooks in various universities worldwide for Oriental studies. Hers were, at the time, the only works by a woman accepted by the Philosophical Society of Great Britain. She was born in Winthrop, Maine. She was married to Hiram Vaughn Reed, an Age to Come (One Faith) preacher and newspaper publisher, in 1860, meeting him at a religious debate in Buchannan, Michigan. She was the mother of author Myrtle Reed, and two sons, Earl Howell and Charles B. Reed
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