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  1. Biography - Saunders, Margaret Marshall (1861-1947): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team, 2002-01-01
  2. Bonnie Prince Fetlar; The Story Of A Pony And His Friend by Saunders Marshall 1861-1947, 2010-10-15
  3. Rose à Charlitte : an Acadien romance by Marshall, 1861-1947 Saunders, 2009-10-26
  4. Beautiful Joe by Saunders. Marshall. 1861-1947, 1907-01-01
  5. Beautiful Joe : an autobiography by Saunders. Marshall. 1861-1947, 1897-01-01

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The Alice Marshall Women's History Collection, considered the most comprehensive Saunders, Marshall, 18611947. SCHUMANN, Clara, 1819-1896. SCHUMANN-HEINK, Ernestine, 1861-1936

2. Project Gutenberg: Titles List
Alexander's Bridge, by Cather, Willa Sibert, 18731947. Alexandria And Her Schools; four Beautiful Joe, by Saunders, Marshall, 1861-1947. Beautiful Stories From Shakespeare, by
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Margaret Elizabeth), 18941981. Saunders, Marshall, 1861-1947. Savage, Ernest Albert, 1877-1966 Sutphen, Van Tassel, 1861-1945. Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745
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left to right, Sir Charles G. Roberts (18601943); Margaret Marshall Saunders (1861-1947);Wilson Pugsley Macdonald (1880-1967); and John M.Elson (1880-1966).
Margaret Marshall Saunders
The first Canadian author to sell more than a million copies of a book was a woman who disguised her gender by calling herself Marshall Saunders. Her real name was Margaret, but she used the name Marshall because she believed there was more acceptance of stories written by men. She also based most of her stories in the United States though the setting of her best-selling novel, based on a true story about a mistreated dog named Beautiful Joe, was Meaford, then a village on the historic shores of Georgian Bay, Ontario. To mark the 100th anniversary of its original publication, volunteers, in conjunction with the Meadford Town Council, Chamber of Commerce, and Rotary Club, republished the original story in 1994, made “Beautiful Joe” a town symbol, and dedicated a park adjacent to a pink frame house that had become the dog’s home following his rescue from a cruel, disgusting owner who had cut off his ears and tail. Margaret Saunders wrote nine other children’s books featuring animals, and, although all were successful, none matched the popularity of Beautiful Joe, the first American edition of which sold out in ten days. By 1900 sales in the United States totalled 650,000; in Canada, 558,000, and in Britain, 146,000. Eventually, the story was translated into 18 languages. Saunders’ nine other books are described as “adult romances” and “social problem fiction” by Elizabeth Waterston whose brief biography in 1992 reveals that Saunders’ commitment was not to animal causes only but to such other issues as the abolition of child labour, slum clearance, better playgrounds, and greater recognition of the role of women in society.

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11. Chapter Eighteen
Margaret Marshall Saunders (18611947), Canada’s author of booksfor children, lived in Toronto from 1916. Beautiful Joe, her
Discoverers and doctors have a special place in a roll of honour because they have contributed to the well-being or comfort of millions. The work of Sir Sandford Fleming (1827-1915), inventor, scientist, surveyor and engineer, for instance, still affects us. A Scot by birth, he came to Canada in 1845 and was chief engineer of the Intercolonial Railway that linked Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes. From 1871 he worked for the Canadian Pacific Railway, surveying its arduous route through the Rockies. But his greatest achievement was the establishment of the system of international standard time in 1884. Another Scottish immigrant brought the province even greater fame. While living at Brantford during the years 1874 to 1876, Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922) invented the telephone and inaugurated a new era of communications for the world. Bell was also a pioneer speech therapist for the deaf. He moved to the United States but returned in 1890 to live in Nova Scotia. There at Baddeck he devoted the rest of his life to research. His Aerial Experiment Association led to the first manned flight in Canada in 1909. Sir William Osler, Bt., (1849-1919) was a native of Bond Head, Ontario. His medical education at Trinity and McGill was completed in London, Berlin and Vienna. Chosen first Professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University in 1889, Osler became Regius Professor of Medicine at Oxford in 1905. Medical education and the treatment of patients in hospitals were radically altered by his ideas which he expressed in his book The Principles and Practice of Medicine. A vigorous, humane doctor and a noted diagnostician, he was also an important philanthropist. King George V created him a Baronet in 1911.

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AUTHOR Saunders, MARGARET Marshall (18611947) A2085 McMULLEN, LORRAINE. " Marshall Saunders' Mid-Victorian Cinder setting of one of Saunders's "rare ventures" away from animal
#AUTHOR SAUNDERS, MARGARET MARSHALL (1861-1947) A2085 McMULLEN, LORRAINE. "Marshall Saunders' Mid-Victorian Cinder ella; or, the Mating Game in Victorian Scotland." CCL 34 (1984):31-39. Traces the background and historical setting of one of Saunders's "rare ventures" away from animal protagonists: Esther de Warren: The Story of a Mid-Victorian Maiden.

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BEAUTIFUL JOE” Born in Milton, Nova Scotia, Margaret Marshall Saunders (18611947)taught school briefly before starting her career as a novelist.
Born in Milton, Nova Scotia, Margaret Marshall Saunders (1861-1947) taught school briefly before starting her career as a novelist. Her second book, “Beautiful Joe”, achieved international recognition. Inspired during a visit to Meaford about 1892, it is based on the story of a dog rescued from a brutal master by a local miller, William Moore. This novel, first published in 1894, appeared in several editions and enjoyed phenomenal success. It was printed in at least ten languages, and seven million copies had been sold by 1939. Miss Saunders, who settled in Toronto in 1914, was awarded the C.B.E. in 1934, in recognition of her contribution toward securing humane treatment for animals. Historical Background
Margaret Marshall Saunders was born in Milton, Nova Scotia in 1861, the daughter of E.M. Saunders, D.D., a minister in the Baptist faith. Educated in Halifax, where the family moved in 1867, he pursued further studies in Scotland and France before returning to Nova Scotia to become a teacher. She taught school briefly and then began to combine travelling with writing. Her first book, “My Spanish Sailor”, appeared in 1889; her second, “Beautiful Joe”, in 1894. Altogether she produced some twenty-five books, many of them animal stories for children, but none of them obtained the popularity and international recognition of “Beautiful Joe”. The novel purports to be the autobiography of a dog and in the manner of “Black Beauty” (by Anna Sewell, published in 1877) is narrated by its animal protagonist. As with many works of fiction, there is a basis in fact from which the author drew her inspiration. On a visit to Meaford around 1892 Margaret Saunders met William Moore (whose daughter would later become her sister-in-law), a local miller who told her of rescuing from a brutal owner a dog named Joe who had been maltreated as a puppy. Moore’s account contained all the ingredients of a good animal story, and in 1894 “Beautiful Joe” appeared in print. The author’s name appeared as Marshall Saunders, perhaps because of antipathy at the time to female novelists.

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Translate this page Née à Milton, en Nouvelle-Écosse, Margaret Marshall Saunders (1861-1947)enseigna brièvement avant d’entamer une carrière de romancière.
Decembre 2000 « BEAUTIFUL JOE » Née à Milton, en Nouvelle-Écosse, Margaret Marshall Saunders (1861-1947) enseigna brièvement avant d’entamer une carrière de romancière. Son deuxième ouvrage, « Beautiful Joe », connut un très grand succès international. Inspiré par une visite à Meaford, aux alentours de 1892, il raconte l’histoire d’un chien qu’un meunier local, William Moore, sauva des mains d’un maître brutal. Ce roman, publié initialement en 1894, fut réimprimé plusieurs fois et connut un succès phénoménal. Il fut traduit dans au moins dix langues et, en 1939, sept millions d’exemplaires avaient déjà été vendus. Madame Saunders, qui s’établit à Toronto en 1914, se vit décerner le titre de CBE en 1934, en hommage à sa contribution envers le traitement humanitaire des animaux.
Historique Margaret Marshall Saunders est née à Milton, en Nouvelle-Écosse, en 1861. Elle était la fille d’E.M. Saunders, docteur en théologie, un pasteur de l’église baptiste. Éduquée à Halifax, où la famille avait déménagé en 1867, elle suivit des études supérieures en Écosse et en France avant de retourner en Nouvelle-Écosse pour devenir enseignante. Elle enseigna brièvement, puis commença à voyager tout en écrivant. Son premier ouvrage, intitulé « My Spanish Sailor », fut publié en 1889 et son deuxième roman, « Beautiful Joe », en 1894. Elle finit par écrire environ vingt-cinq livres, nombre d’entre eux des livres pour enfants sur les animaux. Cependant, aucun d’entre eux ne connut la même popularité et le même succès international que « Beautiful Joe ».

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of Designations of National Historic Significance of Canada Margaret Marshall SaundersNational Historic Person of Canada Life span 18611947 Milton, Nova,

18. Index
18041876) Mauprat Sands, George W. (ca.1824-1874) Mazelli, and OtherPoems Saunders, Marshall (1861-1947) Beautiful Joe Say, Jean
English Classics 3000 S ( Listed by Author )
    Sabatini, Rafael (1875-1950)
      Bardelys the Magnificent
      Captain Blood
      The Historical Nights' Entertainment
      The Lion's Skin
      Mistress Wilding
      The Snare
      St. Martin's Summer
      The Trampling of the Lilies
        Saint-Simon, Duc de (1675-1755)
        The Memoirs of Louis XIV, His Court and The Regency
        Volume 01 Volume 02 Volume 03 Volume 04 Volume 05 Volume 06 Volume 07 Volume 08 Volume 09 Volume 10 Volume 11 Volume 12 Volume 13 Volume 14 Volume 15 Sand, George (1804-1876)
        Sands, George W. (ca.1824-1874)
          Mazelli, and Other Poems
        Saunders, Marshall (1861-1947) Beautiful Joe Say, Jean Baptiste (1776-1832)
          Letters to Thomas Robert Malthus on Political Economy
        Schiller, J. C. F. (1759-1805)
          The History of the Thirty Years' War Letters Upon the Aesthetic Education of Man Wilhelm Tell
        Schmoller, Gustav (1838-1917)

19. ARCHEION Index Des Noms
Saunders, Marshall, 18611947; Sauvant, Gustave-L., né 1894; Sauvé-Boult, Rose-Alma,1896-1982; Savard, Pierre, 1936-1998; Savauge (family); Savigny, George, fl.
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20. Book People: Additions To The IPL Online Texts Collection 08-28-01
History, Biography, Genealogy LC Subjects Rousseau, JeanJacques, 1712-1778Authors, French18th centuryBiography Saunders, Marshall, 1861-1947.$4.html
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