Margaret Prescott Montague

Margaret Prescott (or Preston) Montague (29 November 1878 – 26 September 1955) was an American short story writer, and novelist. Her middle name is sometimes attributed as Preston before changing to Prescott.

Her work appeared in ''Harper's'' among other places.

Her novels were adapted into the films ''Linda (1929)'', ''Calvert's Valley (1922)'', ''Uncle Sam of Freedom Ridge (1920)'' and ''Seeds of Vengeance (1920)''. Provided by Wikipedia
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