Abby Williams Hill (1861-1943) was a landscape painter who worked primarily in the American West. She was also a prolific writer who produced a vast amount of letters and journals addressing issues of continuing social and historical interest including education, tourism, and the rights of women, African Americans, Native Americans, and the working class.
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