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BATES, Charlotte Fiske, author, born in New York City, 30 November 1838. Her father, Harvey Bates, died in her infancy, and since 1847 she has lived in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Miss Bates was educated in the public schools of that City, began to write poetry early in life, contributing to "Our Young Folks" and other magazines, and has published a volume of her collected verses, entitled "Risk, and other Poems" (Boston, 1879). She has edited the "Longfellow Birthday-Book" and "The Seven Voices of Sympathy" (1881), compilations of Longfellow's prose and poetry, and the " Cambridge Book of Poetry and Song" (1882), a volume of poetical selections from English and American authors. She has also written some prose, which has not yet been published in a collected form. Miss Bates assisted Longfellow in compiling his "Poems of Places," making ten translations expressly for the work.
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