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Emma Catherine Embury (1806–1863)

Embury, Emma Catherine. An American poet; born in New York City in 1806; died in Brooklyn, NY, Feb. 10, 1863. Much of her work for periodicals was over the pen-name “Ianthe.” Among her published works are: ‘Guido and Other Poems’ (1828); ‘Female Education’; ‘The Blind Girl, and Tales’; ‘Love’s Token Flowers’ (1846); and ‘Poems’ (1869).