Elizabeth Akers Allen (1832-1911 / the United States)
Elizabeth Chase Akers Allen (October 9, 1832, Strong, Maine – August 7, 1911, Tuckahoe, New York) was an American author, journalist and poet. Born Elizabeth Anne Chase, she grew up in Farmington, Maine, where she attended Farmington Academy. She began to write at the age of fifteen, under the pen name Florence Percy, and in 1855 published under that name a volume of poems entitled Forest Buds. In... more »
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- At Last
- Bringing Our Sheaves with Us
- In a Garret
- Left Behind
- Little Feet
- Lost Light
- Morning Glories
- Rock Me To sleep
- The Last Landlord
- Truth And Beauty
- Until Death
- Witch Hazel
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