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SANGSTER, Margaret Elizabeth, author, born in New Rochelle, New York, 22 February, 1838. Her maiden name was Munson. She was educated chiefly at home, and in 1858 married George Sangster. She has done a large amount of work as a journalist, having been associate editor of "lIearth and Home" in 1871-'3, of the "Christian at Work" in 1873-'9, of the " Christian Intelligencer" from 1879 till the present time (1888), and of "IIarper's Young People" since 1882. Her publications inbook-form include "Manual of Missions of the Reformed Church in America" (New York, 1878); " Poems of the Household "(Boston, 1883); "Home Fairies and Heart Flowers" (New York, 1887); and several Sunday-school books. Her most successful poems are " Oils' Own," "The Gin of Omission," and "Are the Children at Home ?"
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