|Title:||The Orphans of Glen Elder|
|Publisher:||The Religious Tract Society|
|Tags:||Canadiana, fiction, juvenile, religion, Scottish|
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Author Bio for Robertson, Margaret Murray
Margaret Murray Robertson (1823-1897) was a Scottish born Canadian teacher and author. Her family emigrated to Vermont in 1832 before settling in Sherbrooke, Quebec in 1836. She worked as a teacher for 20 years before a prize winning essay inspired her to give up teaching and start writing. She published 12 novels over the course of her writing career. Her books featured strong female characters centred on home and family. Her religious upbringing is reflected in her writing and her protagonists are described as lively, intelligent, imaginative and courageous. (Dictionary of Canadian Biography)
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