Under the pseudonym Elzey Hay, Eliza Frances Andrews published several books and articles, including A Family Secret in 1876. Eliza began using the pen name circa 1865, and created it by combining the name of a family friend, Arnold Elzey, and the name of the Andrews family home, Haywood.
Rushing, Kittrell S., "Eliza Frances Andrews (1840-1931)", New Georgia Encyclopedia (accessed 2015 Mar 17).
Sachsman, David B., S. Kittrell Rushing, and Roy Morris. Seeking a Voice: Images of Race and Gender in the 19th Century Press. West Lafayette, Ind: Purdue University Press, 2009.
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This collection contains correspondence, genealogical research, photographs and drawings, newspaper clippings, drafts and other documents pertaining to published and unpublished materials created by several generations of Andrews family members, or about the Andrews family and extended family, all of whom lived primarily in Washington, Georgia and Chattanooga, Tennessee. The majority of the materials were created between 1830 and 1930. Notable persons within the collection are Judge Garnett...