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William McKendree Carleton (October 21, 1845 – December 18, 1912) was an American poet from Michigan. Carleton's poems were most often about his rural life.

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Autumn Days.
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Farmer Stebbins On Rollers.
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Fire.
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Gone With A Handsomer Man.
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Betsey And I Are Out.
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Goin' Home To-Day.
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Apple-Blossoms.
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Apples Growing.
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Death-Doomed.
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Farmer Stebbins At Ocean Grove.
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