earlyamericanwomenpoets



b. 1808


Abbot Anne Wales.jpg

Anne Wales Abbot appears to have been primarily a writer of short stories. The volume Autumn Leaves, a compilation of short works published "with the hope of aiding a work of charity," contains two poems ascribed to her: "The Sounds of Morning in Cambridge" and "The Sounds of Evening in Cambridge."

Sources

Abbot, Anne Wales. Autumn Leaves: Original Pieces in Prose and Verse. Cambridge: J. Bartlett, 1853.

— — —. Willie Rogers; or, Temper Improved. Boston: Samuel G. Simpkins, 1844.

— — —. Impulse and Principle: and Other Stories. New York: J. Miller, 1866.

— — —. Kate and Lizzie; or, Six Months out of School. New York: C. S. Francis & Co., 1845.

— — —. The Evergreen Chaplet: A Collection of Tales. Boston: Tappan & Whittemore, 1853.

— — —. How to Spoil a Good Citizen; and Other Stories. Boston: Crosby, Nichols, & S. G. Simpkins, 1848.

— — —. The Tamed and the Untamed and Other Stories. Boston: Samuel G. Simpkins, 1845.

— — —. The Lost Wheelbarrow; and Other Stories. Boston: S. G. Simpkins, 1846.

— — —. The Olneys; or, Impulse and Principle. Boston: James Munroe & Co., 1846.