Eliza Lee Follen (1787-1860 / the United States)
Eliza Lee Cabot Follen (15 August 1787 Brookline, Massachusetts - 26 January 1860) was an author and abolitionist.
She was the daughter of Samuel Cabot of Boston. When he died in 1819, ten years after her mother had died, she and her two sisters established a household. Catharine Sedgwick introduced her to the educator Charles Follen. Nine years her junior, he initially became Eliza ... more »
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- Annie' Garden
- Butterflies Are Pretty Things
- Do You Guess It Is I?
- Frolic In The Snow
- Her Voyage Is At An End
- It Can't Be So
- My Little Doll Rose
- Sachem's Hill
- Stop! Stop! Pretty Water
- The Captive Eagle
- The Exiled Stranger
- The Farm Yard
- The Pin, Needle, And Scissors, A Fable
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Three little kittensEliza Lee Follen (1787-1860). Attributed to Follen and to Cook. The Three Little Kittens (l. 1-9). . . Oxford Book of Children's Verse in America,...
They lost their mittens,
And they began to cry,
Oh, mother dear,
We sadly fear
Our mittens we have lost.
What! lost your mittens,
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