Also known as: née Winstanley, Eliza O'Flaherty
Died: 2 December 1882Special Achievements:
First native born actress to make a name on the stage overseas.
First Australian to be invited to appear before Queen Victoria, multiple times.
First Australian actor to have an international career.
1859 - Her first book, Shifting Scenes in Theatrical Life, was published in London.
1860 - Novel Bitter-Sweet—So is the World was serialized in the Sydney Mail under the pseudonym Ariele.
1864 - Published The Mistress of Hawk's Crag and Twenty Straws.
1865 - Became editress of the weekly Fiction for Family Reading.
1866 - Published the Red Hand.
1867 - Published What is To Be Will Be.
1868 - Published Entrances and Exits.
1876 - Published For Her Natural Life: A Tale of 1830.
Image - Eliza O'Flaherty
Description: Eliza O'Flaherty (1818-1882) née Winstanley, Australian writer and stage actress Date: 6 May 1931 Source: https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/159789922 - Sydney Mail, National Library of Australia Author: Unknown
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Author unknown. (year unknown). Book title unknown. “WINSTANLEY, Eliza”. Page 284.