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Philip Freneau (1752–1832)

Freneau, Philip. An American poet; born in New York City, Jan. 2, 1752; died near Freehold, NJ, Dec. 18, 1832. His connection with Jefferson and other men of the time made him conspicuous. ‘The Home of Night,’ an imaginative poem, possesses merit and will endure. ‘The College Examination,’ ‘Eutaw Springs,’ ‘Lines to a Wild Honeysuckle,’ and ‘The Indian Student’ are favorably remembered.