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DODD, Mary Ann Hanlner, poet, born in Hartford, Connecticut, 5 March 1813. She attended school in Wethersfield, and in her native town, where she was graduated in 1830 at Mrs. Kinnear's seminary. Her first published articles appeared in 1834 in the "Hermethenean," a magazine conducted by the students of Washington (now Trinity) College, Hartford. She wrote but little until 1835, after that becoming a frequent contributor to " The Ladies' Repository" and "The Rose of Sharon," an annual in which the greater part of her writings appeared. Among her best poems were "The Lament," " The Dreamer," "The Mourner," and " To a Cricket." A volume of her poems was published in Boston in 1843.
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