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Lydia Huntley Sigourney (September 1, 1791 – June 10, 1865), née Lydia Howard Huntley, was an American poet during the early and mid 19th century. She was commonly known as the "Sweet Singer of Hartford". Most of her works were published with just her married name Mrs. Sigourney.

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Mrs. Charles N. Cadwallader,
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Indian Names
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The Rising Moon
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Morning Thoughts
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Self Examination
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Greece
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Regard Due to the Feelings of Others
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The Desertion of the Muse
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