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Margaret Prescott Montague


Nov 29, 1878

Margaret Prescott Montague was born in White Sulphur Springs

1905

Margaret Montague published The Poet, Miss Kate, and I

Other events that happened on or around 1905

1907

Margaret Montague published The Sowing of Alderson Cree

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1908

Margaret Montague published In Calvert's Valley

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1912

Margaret Montague published Linda

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1915

Margaret Montague published Closed Doors

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1919

Margaret Montague's story "England to America" won the O. Henry Award

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1923

Margaret Montague published Deep Channel

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1928

Margaret Montague's Tony Beaver tales were published as Up Eel River

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Sep 26, 1955

Margaret Montague died in Richmond, Virginia

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