- The Planter’s Daughter (1858)
- The Huguenot Exiles (1856)
- The Country Neighborhood (1855)
- Annie Selden or The Concealed Treasure (1854)
- The Conspirator (1850)
- Celeste the Pirate’s Daughter (1849)
- The Pirate’s Daughter (1845)
- Merton: A Tale of the Revolution
- Michael Rudolph: The Bravest of the Brave
- Who Shall Be Victor? A Sequel to ‘the Cancelled Will’
- The Cancelled Will
- Why Did He Marry Her
Eliza Dupuy was born in 1814 in Petersburg, Virginia, the youngest of nine children. The family moved to Norfolk, Virginia, when she was very young, then to Portsmouth, Ohio; Flemingburg, Kentucky; and Augusta, Kentucky. Dupuy was largely self-educated.
She moved to Natchez, Mississippi, where she was employed as a tutor in the 1850’s. She then moved to New Orleans, Louisiana, where she resided during the Civil War.
During 1860-1868, her novels were published under the pen name Annie Young. In all she wrote thirteen novels. Her novel, The Country Neighborhood, is about plantation life near Natchez. Her short stories were published in Godey’s, The New World, and Knickerbocker’s.
She returned to Kentucky after the war and died in 1880 on a visit to New Orleans.