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LIPPINCOTT, Sara Jane (CLARKE), author, born in Pompey, Onondaga County, New York, 23 September, 1823. Much of her childhood was passed in Rochester, New York, but in 1842 she removed with her father to New Brighton, Pennsylvania, and in 1858 married Leander K. Lippincott, of Philadelphia She published occasional verses at an early age under her own name, and in 1844 her first prose publications appeared in the "New York Mirror" under the pen-name of "Grace Greenwood," which she has since retained. For several years she edited the "Little Pilgrim," a juvenile monthly magazine in Philadelphia. She is also the author of several addresses and lectures, and has been largely connected with periodical literature as editor and contributor. "Ariadne" is her best known poem. Her other works include "Greenwood Leaves" (Boston, 1850); "History of My Pets" (1850); "Poems" (1851); "Recollections of My Childhood" (1851); "Haps and Mishaps of a Tour in Europe" (1854); "Mettie England" (1855); "Forest Tragedy and Other Pales" (1856); "Stories and Legends of Travel" (1858); "History for Children" (1858); "Stories from Famous Ballads" (1860); "Stories of Many Lands" (1867); "Stories and Sights in France and Italy" (1868); "Records of Five Years" (1868); and "New Life in New Lands" (1873).
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