Reynolds, Helen Mary Greenwood

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Reynolds, Helen Mary Greenwood

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  • Helen Mary Greenwood Campbell; Helen Dickson Reynolds [penname]; Dickson Reynolds [penname]; Helen Dickson [penname]

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1884-1969

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Helen Mary Greenwood Reynolds (nee Campbell) was born on September 15, 1884 in Regina, Saskatchewan. She grew up in Assiniboia and the Moose Mountain Indian Reserve. In 1897 her family moved to Nelson, British Columbia. She married Godwin Dickson in 1911, and was widowed 5 years later. She later married a teacher Herbert Reynolds. Widowed for a second time she supported her family as a freelance writer. During her career she published 22 novels and a travelogue. Her books published for boys were done under the pseudonym Dickson Reynolds. She died in Vancouver, British Columbia on January 22, 1969.

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