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Full Name: Edgar Allan Poe
Biography:
(1809-1849) Poet, writer, novelist. Edgar Allan Poe moved to New York in 1844; living at 6th Avenue and Waverly Place, 113 ½ Carmine Street, 130 Greenwich Street, 18 Amity Street (now West 3rd Street), 85 Amity Street, and 195 Broadway. He became editor and part owner of Broadway Journal, publishing Walt Whitman, etc. In 1846, he moved into a cottage in Fordham, Bronx, New York, and lived at East Kingsbridge Road and Grand Concourse. The following year, his wife died of tuberculosis. While in residence here, Poe composed his poems "The Bells," "Annabel Lee," and "Eldorado." In 2009 the United States Postal Service issued its 26th stamp in the Literary Arts series in honor of Edgar Allan Poe.
Author's Timeline:
1849 Bronx County
The Bells
Poem. 
1809 (Unknown) County
Edgar Allan Poe was born in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1809. 
1849 (Unknown) County
Edgar Allan Poe died in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1849. 
1846 Bronx County
In 1846, Poe moved into a cottage in Fordham, New York, and lived at East Kingsbridge Road and Grand Concourse. 
1844 New York County
Poe moved to New York City permanently in 1844; living at 6th Avenue and Waverly Place, 113 ½ Carmine Street, 130 Greenwich Street, 18 Amity Street (now West 3rd Street), 85 Amity Street, and 195 Broadway, in Manhattan, New York.  
1849 Bronx County
Annabel Lee
Poem. 
1849 Bronx County
Eldorado
Poem. 
1849 (Unknown) County
Edgar Allan Poe is buried in the Westminster Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland. 
1827 (Unknown) County
Tamerlane and Other Poems
Collection of poetry. 
1831 (Unknown) County
Poems by Edgar Allan Poe
Collection of poetry. 
1838 (Unknown) County
The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym
(Pub: Harper & Brothers. ISBN: )
Novel. 
1840 (Unknown) County
Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque
(Pub: Lea & Blanchard. ISBN: )
Collection of short stories. 
1841 (Unknown) County
The Murders in the Rue Morgue
Short story. 
1845 (Unknown) County
The Raven and Other Poems
(Pub: New York: Wiley and Putnam. ISBN: )
Collection of poetry. 
1845 (Unknown) County
Tales
Collection of short stories. 
1848 (Unknown) County
Eureka: A Prose Poem by Edgar A. Poe
Prose poem. 
1830 Orange County
Poe attended the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York, briefly in 1830 and 1831. 

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