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  • Laura Lu Copenhaver (1868 - 1940)
    Lutheran lay leader and founder of Rosemont Industries; daughter of John Jacob Scherer and Elizabeth Katharine Killinger Scherer. Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Apr 5 2017, 22:28:01...
  • Nathan Ames (1826 - 1865)
    Nathan Ames (November 17, 1826 in Roxbury, New Hampshire – August 17, 1865 in Saugus, Massachusetts) was a patent solicitor who held the first patent in the United States for an escalator-like machin...
  • Michael D. Higgins, 9th President of Ireland
    Michael Daniel Higgins (Irish: Mícheál D. Ó hUiginn; born 18 April 1941) is the ninth and current President of Ireland, in office since 11 November 2011. Higgins is a politician, poet, sociologist, a...
  • Edward Hill (1843 - 1923)
    ) Edward Hill (December 9, 1843 – August 27, 1923) was a prolific artist as well as a published poet, songwriter, and newspaper correspondent. His paintings include White Mountain landscapes, souther...
  • Anne Whitney (1821 - 1915)
    Anne Whitney (September 2, 1821 – January 23, 1915) was an American sculptor and poet. She made full-length and bust sculptures of prominent political and historical figures and her works are in majo...

A poet's work can be literal, meaning that his work is derived from a specific event, or metaphorical, meaning that his work can take on many meanings and forms. Poets have existed since antiquity, in nearly all languages, and have produced works that vary greatly in different cultures and time periods. Throughout each civilization and language, poets have used various styles that have changed through the course of literary history, resulting in a history of poets as diverse as the literature they have produced.

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