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Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson
12 Jan 2018
Walt Whitman Born
Emily Dickinson Born
Emily Dickinson Dies
Walt Whitman Dies
Walt Whitman raised into the air and kissed on the cheek by Marquis de Layefette
Walt Whitman finished school
Walt Whitman works for Erastus Worthington
Walt Whitman left Brooklyn and moved to New York
Whitman rejoined his family
Panic of 1837
Walt Whitman started teaching
Whitman creates the "Long Islander" his own newspaper
Whitman sells his newspaper buisness
Whitman gets a job as a typesetter
Whitman gets job as editor for Aurora
Emily wrote "Amherst is Alive this Winter... Oh, a very great town this is!"
Emily's first collection of poems is published
Emily's sister finds a chache of her poems
Thomas H. Johnson published "The poems of Emily Dickinson"
Emily wrote "Some keep the Sabbath going to Church – / I keep it, staying at Home".
Emily started attending Mary Lyon's Mount Holyoke Female Seminary
Emily left Amherst to Washington
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