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Who is Alice Cary?
Alice Cary was an American poet, and the sister of fellow poet Phoebe Cary.
- born on (195 years ago) in Mount Healthy
- died on (144 years ago) of tuberculosis
- buried in Green-Wood Cemetery
- written works: "Ballads, lyrics, and hymns", "How to Ride a Giraffe", "The spider club", "Lyra and other poems", "Ballads for little folks", "Snow-berries", "The poetical works of Alice and Phoebe Cary", "The Chocolate Farm", "Panda band", "A lover's diary", "From year to year", "Nat the crab", "The bishop's son", "Clovernook children", "Parents' guide to hiking & camping", "The poems of Alice and Phoebe Cary", "Pictures of country life", "Married, not mated", "The last poems of Alice and Phoebe Cary", "Early and late poems of Alice and Phoebe Cary", "The Josephine gallery", "Katherine Patterson", "Storm chasers", "Clovernook; or Recollection of our neighborhood in the West"
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The nineteenth century by Eric L. Haralson, John Hollander
Alice Cary entered into puberty ...
Including Men of the Time ... and a Supplement
Haven Alice Cary Anna T. Wilbur Bev. Jesse Appleton L. Virginia trench George W. Hurris Alouzo Lewis George Arnold Charles G. Lelaud Mrs. D. M. F. Walker Maria (Gowen) Brooks Mary Virginia ( Liawes) ...
Second Edition by Kenneth T. Jackson, Lisa Keller, Nancy Flood
During lunches held twice a month from September to June at Delmonico's restaurant, the poets Alice Cary and Phoebe Cary, the businesswoman Madame Demorest, the reporter Anne Field, and the novelist Sara “Fanny Fern” Willis Parton ...
by T.J. Carty
MATT Samuel Kimball Merwin LEE, MINNIE MARY Mrs Julia Amanda Wood LEE, PATTY Alice Cary LEE, RANGER Charles Horace Snow LEE, RAYMOND E . Le Breton Martin LEE, ROSIE Joan Aiken LEE, SHEPPARD Robert Montgomery ...
A Dictionary of Hymnology, Setting Forth the Origin and History of Christian Hymns of All Ages and Nations ... (1892)
by John Julian
The authorship of this hymn, although sometimes attributed to Alice Cary, is uncertain. It appeared anonymously inH. W. Beecher's Plymouth Coll., 1855, No. 438. It would seem from its tone and the refrain, ...
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