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Ella Flagg Young (1845–1918)

Author of The Young and Field Literary Readers: Book Four

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In 1910-1911 she was appointed the first woman president of the National Education Association. Mrs. Young also identified herself strongly with the woman's suffrage movement. She died in the 1918 flu pandemic, on October 26, 1918, at age 72
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