The New International Encyclopædia/Follen, Eliza Lee (Cabot)
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FOLLEN, Eliza Lee (Cabot) (1787-1860). An American author, born in Boston, Mass. She was a friend of William Ellery Channing, and was a stanch abolitionist. Her writings were at one time very popular, and include, besides a Memoir of her husband, Prof. Charles Theodore Follen (1842), Well-Spent Hours (1827); Poems on Occasional Topics (1839); To Mothers in the Free States (1855); and Anti-Slavery Hymns and Songs (1855).