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Louise Chandler Moulton (1835–1908)

Moulton, Louise (Chandler). An American poet and prose-writer; born in Pomfret, CT, April 10, 1835; died at Boston, Aug. 10, 1908. She was one of the prominent literary women of Boston, and the author of many books, in which are included: ‘This, That, and the Other’ (1854), stories, essays, and poems; ‘Bedtime Stories for Children’ (1873); ‘Swallow Flights, and Other Poems’ (1878); ‘Ourselves and Our Neighbors’ (1887); ‘Some Women’s Hearts’ (1888); ‘In the Garden of Dreams, Lyrics, and Sonnets’; ‘Miss Eyre from Boston’; ‘Lazy Tours in Spain’ (1896).