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Annie Adams Fields (1834–1915)

Fields, Annie (Adams). An American poet and essayist, wife of James T. Fields; born in Boston, 1834; died in 1915. She was a leader in charity organization and work. She published: ‘Under the Olive,’ poems (1881); ‘Biography of James T. Fields’ (1884); ‘How to Help the Poor’ (1885); ‘The Singing Shepherd’; ‘Authors and their Friends’; ‘A Shelf of Old Books’ (1896); ‘Life and Letters of Harriet Beecher Stowe’ (1897); ‘Orpheus’ (1900).