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Phoebe Cary (1824–1871)

Cary, Phœbe. An American poet and prose-writer, sister of Alice; born in Cincinnati, OH, Sept. 4, 1824; died in Newport, RI, July 31, 1871. She contributed numerous sketches to various periodicals; and with her sister published many books, among which are ‘Poems and Parodies’ (1854), and ‘Poems of Faith, Hope, and Love.’