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Katharine Lee Bates (1859–1929)

Bates, Katharine Lee. An American story-writer, poet, and educator; born in Falmouth, MA, Aug. 12, 1859; died in 1929. She was professor of English literature in Wellesley College. Among her writings are: ‘Rose and Thorn’ (1889); ‘The English Religious Drama’ (1893); ‘The College Beautiful, and Other Poems’ (1887); ‘America the Beautiful, and Other Poems’ (1911).