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Margaret Elizabeth Sangster (1838–1912)

Sangster, Margaret Elizabeth (Munson). An American poet and prose-writer; born in New Rochelle, NY, Feb. 22, 1838; died on June 3, 1912. She was editorially connected with Hearth and Home (1871–73), The Christian at Work (1873–79), Harper’s Bazar (1889–99), The Ladies’ Home Journal, and The Woman’s Home Companion. Her most noted poems are: ‘Our Own’; ‘The Sin of Omission’; and ‘Are the Children at Home?’ Among her books for girls are: ‘May Stanhope and her Friend’; ‘Maidie’s Problem’; ‘The Joyful Life.’