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LIfe's of Walt Whitman and Emily Dickinson
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Walt Whitman is born in West Hills, New York.
Emily Dickinson is born in Amherst, Massachusetts.
Emily Dickinson dies in Amherst, Massachusetts.
Walt Whitman dies in Camden, New Jersey.
The Civil War begins at Fort Sumter, South Carolina.
Civil War ends at Appomattox Courthouse.
Whitman begins learning how to be a printer.
Walt begins his teaching career in 1836.
Walt becomes a journalist.
Whitman starts the "Brooklyn Freeman".
Whitman's book of poetry, "Leaves of Grass" is published for the first time.
Whitman goes to Washington D.C.
Whitman moves to Camdem, New Jersey.
Whitman is buried at Harleigh Cemetery, Camden, NJ.
Abraham Lincoln is assassinated.
Dickinson begins school at Amherst Academy.
Dickinson's cousin passes away.
Dickinson begins school at Mount Holyoke Female Seminary.
Dickinson starts to publize her poems.
Dickinson withdraws from society.
Dickinson's "The Complete Poems" is published.
Dickinson meets Thomas Higginson.
Telephone invented by Alexander Graham Bell.
California Gold Rush.
Organization of the LDS Church.
Light Bulb invented by Thomas Edison.
Dickinson has many family and friends die.
Mexican American War
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