HILTON, Suzanne. American, b. 1922. Genres: Children's non-fiction, Genealogy/Heraldry, History. Career: Writer. Publications: How Do They Get Rid of It?, 1970; How Do They Cope With It?, 1970; It's Smart to Use a Dummy, 1971; It's A Model World, 1972; Beat It, Burn It, and Drown It, 1973; The Way It Was-1876, 1975; Who Do You Think You Are?: Digging for Your Family Roots, 1976; Here Today and Gone Tomorrow: The Story of America's World's Fairs, 1978; Getting There: Frontier Travel Without Power, 1980; We the People: The Way We Were 1783 to 1793, 1981; Faster Than a Horse: Moving West with Engine Power, 1983; (ed. and contrib.) Montgomery County, The Second Hundred Years 1880-1980, 1983; The World of Young Tom Jefferson, George Washington, Herbert Hoover, Andrew Jackson, 4 vols., 1986-88; A Capital Capital City: The First Years of Washington, D.C., 1992; Miners, Merchants, and Maids (Settlers of the West Series), 1995. Address: 3320-108th St NW, Gig Harbor, WA 98332, U.S.A.