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Songs of Summer Lands

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Miller,Joaquin

Miller, Joaquin. Pseudonym of Cincinnatus Hiner Miller. 1837-1913.

American poet whose work is based on his adventures in the West. His collections include Specimens (1868) and Joaquin et al. (1869).

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