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Elaine Goodale Eastman (1863–1953)

Goodale, Elaine (Mrs. Charles A. Eastman). An American poet; born in Mt. Washington, MA, Oct. 9, 1863; died in 1953. She became a teacher in the Hampton Institute in Virginia and later among the Indians in Dakota. Her ‘Journal of a Farmer’s Daughter’ was published in 1881. Together with her sister Dora Read, she produced: ‘Apple Blossoms: Verses of Two Children’ (1878); ‘In Berkshire with the Wild Flowers’ (1879); and ‘Verses from Sky Farm’ (1880).