SARAH CHAUNCEY WOOLSEY
\sˈe͡əɹə t͡ʃˈɔːnsɪ wˈʊlsɪ], \sˈeəɹə tʃˈɔːnsɪ wˈʊlsɪ], \s_ˈeə_ɹ_ə tʃ_ˈɔː_n_s_ɪ w_ˈʊ_l_s_ɪ]\
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An American author; born at Cleveland, O., about 1845. Under the pen-name "Susan Coolidge" she is a popular writer, especially for children. Some of her writings are: "The New Year's Bargain" (1871); "What Katy Did" (1872); "Verses" (1880); "A Guernsey Lily" (1881); "A Little Country Girl" (1885); and "A Short History of the City of Philadelphia" (1887). She edited: "The Diary and Letters of Mrs. Delaney" (1878); and "The Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay". Died April 9, 1905.
By Charles Dudley Warner
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- A mother. Anything that produces substance structure subserves its growth; a membrane covering the brain or spinal cord.