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  1. Portrait of Emily Norcross Dickinson, 1840. By Otis Bullard Emily Norcross Dickinson (née Norcross , July 3, 1804 – November 14, 1882) was a member of the Dickinson family of Amherst, Massachusetts , and the mother of famous American poet Emily Dickinson .

  2. Emily Norcross Dickinson, 1840. Portrait by O.A. Bullard. Emily Norcross Dickinson was born in Monson, Massachusetts, on July 3, 1804, to Betsy Fay and Joel Norcross. The eldest daughter of nine children, Emily Norcross had an extraordinary education for a young woman in the early nineteenth century. From age seven to nineteen, she attended co ...

  3. Mar 12, 2019 · Emily Norcross Dickinson was born in Monson, Massachusetts, on July 3, 1804, to Betsy Fay and Joel Norcross. The eldest daughter of nine children, Emily Norcross had an extraordinary education for a young woman in the early nineteenth century.

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  4. Jul 03, 2019 · Emily Norcross was born on July 3, 1804, and she married Edward Dickinson on May 6, 1828. The couple's first child, William Austin Dickinson, was born just 11 months later. Emily Elizabeth Dickinson was born on December 10, 1830, and her sister, Lavinia Norcross Dickinson (Vinnie) was born several years later on February 28, 1833.

  5. Norcross. Dickinson. Mother of the poet Emily Dickinson. Her views on literature, faith, and the role of women differed from her most notable daughter. EMILY NORCROSS DICKINSON was born in Monson, Massachusetts, on July 3, 1804, to Betsy Fay and Joel Norcross. The eldest daughter of nine children, Emily Norcross had an extraordinary education ...

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  6. Emily Norcross had three children over the next five years and ran her household in exemplary (or fanatical, according to Dickinson) fashion without servants for many years. She excelled in cooking, attended social and community events, and was the first in the family to convert in 1831.

  7. Lavinia Dickinson, ca. 1896. One of the most significant people in Emily Dickinson’s life was her sister Lavinia. Born two years after Emily, on February 28, 1833, the two were raised as if of an age. They began attending Amherst Academy together in the spring of 1841 at ages ten and eight, and shared a room and a bed into their twenties.

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