Nineteenth-century American poet whose functions, such as for example “How Great the Intelligence and the Like,” address the role of ladies in the local sphere. Many of her poems, including “Great may be the Lord,” had been established to music as Latter-day Saints hymns. She was raised in a spiritual home, and she and her originally Baptist family eventually joined up with The Cathedral of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Her poems had been published with the Western Courier as well as the Ohio Superstar. She was created in Massachusetts, and she afterwards resolved in Utah. She inserted polygamist relationships with Mormon market leaders Joseph Smith, Jr. and Brigham Youthful. She and Edgar Allan Poe had been literary contemporaries.