Cary, Phoebe

POET (UNITED STATES OF AMERICA)
BORN 4 Sep 1824, Mount Healthy, Ohio (near Cincinnati) - DIED 31 Jul 1871, Newport, Rhode Island
GRAVE LOCATION New York City, New York: Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn (Section K, Lot 13769)

Phoebe Cary was the daughter of a farm owner in Ohio. She had her first poem published in a newspaper in 1838 when she was only fourteen years old. She wrote for several magazines. She campaigned for women's rights and for a while she was the editor of "The Revolution". In 1850 she moved to New York with her sister Phoebe, who was also a poet.

In 1854 she published "Poems and Parodies", followed by "Poems of Faith, Hope and Love" in 1868. In 1869 she edited "Hymns for All Christians". She died five months after Alice in 1871, aged only 46.

Related persons
• is brother/sister of Cary, Alice

Sources
Phoebe Cary - Wikipedia
Find-A-Grave

Images

The grave of Alice and Phoebe Cary at the Greenwood Cemetery, New York City.
Picture by Androom (15 Apr 2010)

 


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Published: 31 Oct 2010
Last update: 31 Oct 2010