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PROCTOR, Edna Dean, poet, born in Henniker, New Hampshire, 10 October, 1838. She received her early education in Concord, New Hampshire, and subsequently removed to Brooklyn, New York, where she has since resided. She has travelled extensively abroad, and contributed largely to magazine literature. She has edited "Extracts from Henry Ward Beecher's Sermons" (New York, 1858), and has published "Poems" (Boston, 1866) and "A Russian Journey" (1872), and is now (1888) compiling a genealogy of the Storrs family. Her best-known poems are "Heroes " and "By the Shenandoah."
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