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Alfred Billings Street (1811–1881)

Street, Alfred Billings. An American poet of nature; born in Poughkeepsie, NY, Dec. 18, 1811; died in Albany, NY, June 2, 1881. From 1848 until his death he was State librarian of New York at Albany. He published among other works: ‘Fugitive Poems’ (1846); ‘Woods and Waters’ (1860); ‘Forest Pictures in the Adirondacks,’ poems (1865); ‘Frontenac’; ‘Drawings and Tintings.’