SARAH KNOWLES BOLTON
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An American author; born in Farmington, Conn., Sept. 15, 1841. She married Charles E. Bolton, a merchant and philanthropist, and resides in Cleveland, O. She is author of a number of books, including: "Girls who Became Famous" (1886); "Famous American Authors" (1887); "Famous American Statesmen" (1888); "Famous Types of Womanhood" (1892); "Famous American Authors" (1905).
By Charles Dudley Warner
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- A religious sect among East Indians who believe in transmigration of souls, and consequently abstain from use the flesh animals.