Kate Harrington, born Rebecca Harrington Smith and later known as Rebecca Smith Pollard, was an American teacher, writer and poet.
She was born in Allegheny City, Pennsylvania on September 20, 1831. She spent her most productive years in Iowa. Her father, Prof. N.R. Smith, was a playwright and an authority on Shakespeare. She was married to New York poet and editor Oliver I. Taylor. ... more »
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- Old Soldiers
- A Temperance Song For The Fourth Of July...
- O! And Oh!
- The Feast Of The Fairies
- Anticipation And Possession
- Apostrophe To The Galaxy
- The Flag Of The Free
- Eighteen Hundred And Fifty-Nine
- Out Of The Ark
- Lines On Receiving Maymie's Picture
- I Must Learn To Live Without Thee
- Must Learn To Live Whitout Thee
- The Eastern Star
- Legend Of The Indian Summer
- A Temperance Poem
- Lake Michigan
- The Shadows On the Wall
- Iowa's Centennial Poem
- A Dirge For Horace Greeley
- A Welcome To Our 'Jo'
- Josey's Birthday
- In Memoriam
- Hold The Light
- Madeline Bower
- To A Night-Blooming Cereus.
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