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Florence Earle Coates (1850–1927)

Coates, Florence (Earle) [Mrs. Edward H.]. An American poet; born in 1850; died in 1927. She made many contributions to various magazines. Among her uncollected poems are: ‘Conscience’; ‘Song’; ‘To France—1894’; ‘Combatants’; ‘Survival’; ‘Mine and Thine’ (1904); ‘Lyrics of Life’ (1909); ‘The Unconquered Air’ (1912).