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Her works are know for their clarity and objectivity of her analysis of character. At the age of 12 while living with her family in the Fraser Valley she sold her 1 newspaper reports to the New Westminster Columbian.
Her cousin , Egerton Ryerson, published her accounts of her early loyalist family life in his work The Loyalists of America and their times. She graduated from Normal School (teachers College) and began teaching in Surrey when she was just 17.
John was involved in the preparation of maps of the Great Lakes and there is evidence that Amelia was also involved in the preparation of draft maps of the surveyed areas.
The family moved a couple of times before setline in Eldon House in London, Upper Canada.
She was the daughter of United Empire Loyalists who settled in Upper Canada in 1784.
Born February 1798 Port Ryese, Upper Canada (Ontario) Died London, Ontario March 19, 1882.
The couple would have three sons and seven daughters.
Although she did not have much in the way of formal education, Amelia was well read in the literature of the time and she enjoyed corresponding with family members and keeping a diary. She would leave for the next generations a well written detailed portrait of wel-to-do 19 century family life. Christie arrived in British Columbia with her Irish family in 1908.
She became a teacher at junior and senior high school where she inspired students to be creative in their writings.
She is a member and has served on the executive of the Writers Association of Nova Scotia.
Her stories were told in aboriginal settings teaching the need and respect for the balance of nature.