The plaque at the front reads....
In this house, the author of 'Anne of Green Gables' lived for 15 years and wrote 11 of her 22 novels including 'Anne of the Island' (1915) and 'Anne's House of Dreams' (1916). Born in 1874 at Clitlon, Prince Edward Island she was educated at Charlottetown and Halifax. From 1808 to 1911 she lived at Cavendish, P.E.I. and there began her career as a novelist. In 1911 she married the Rev. MacDonald, a Presbyterian minster and came with him to Leaskdale. They moved in 1926 to Norval and then 9 years later to Toronto, where she died in 1942. Mrs. MacDonald was awarded the O.B.E. by King George V in 1935.
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