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Fitz-Greene Halleck

Fitz-Greene Halleck, American poet.

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  • Halleck, Fitz-Greene was born on July 8, 1790 in Guilford, Connecticut, United States. Son of Israel and Mary (Eliot) H. Went to New York, 1811.

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    • "The Croakers", " Fanny",

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    • father: Israel Went
    • mother: Mary (Eliot) H. Went
    Fitz-Greene Halleck
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    Died November 19, 1867
    (aged 77)
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    • 1811 - 1849
      businessman
    • 1819 - 1867
      poet

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      • wrote poems Connecticut, 1852, Young America, 1865. Also wrote “The world is bright before thee
      • works: "The Croakers", " Fanny", Author’s Club, 1837
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