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General Information:
Full Name: Countee Cullen
Biography:
(1903-1946) Author, anthologist, editor. Countee Cullen was born in Kentucky. He came to New York City and soon after that, specifically, to Harlem. He was a writer of the Harlem Renaissance. He died at Sydenham Hospital.
Author's Timeline:
1903 (Unknown) County
Countee Cullen was born in Louisville, Kentucky, in 1903. 
1946 New York County
Countee Cullen died at Sydenham Hospital in Manhattan, New York. 
1946 Kings County
Countee Cullen is interred at Woodlawn Cemetery, the Bronx, New York. 
1925 (Unknown) County
Color
(Pub: Harper & Brothers ISBN: )
Poetry collection. 
1927 (Unknown) County
The Ballad of the Brown Girl: An Old Ballad Retold
(Pub: Harper and Bros. ISBN: )
Poetry collection. 
1926 New York County
Countee Cullen received a master's degree from New York University in 1926. 
1947 (Unknown) County
On These I Stand: An Anthology of the Best Poems of Countee Cullen
(Pub: Harper and Brothers Publishers ISBN: )
Verse. 
1927 (Unknown) County
Caroling Dusk: An Anthology of Verse by Negro People
(Pub: New York: Harper and Brothers. ISBN: )
Edited by Mr. Cullen. 
1929 (Unknown) County
The Black Christ, and Other Poems
(Pub: Harper and Brothers ISBN: )
Collection of poetry. 
1932 (Unknown) County
One Way to Heaven
(Pub: Harper and Brothers ISBN: )
Novel, Mr. Cullen's only novel. 
1935 (Unknown) County
The Medea and Some Poems
(Pub: Harper and Brothers ISBN: )
Poetry. 
1927 (Unknown) County
Copper Sun
(Pub: Harper Brothers ISBN: )
Poetry collection. 
1922 Bronx County
Mr. Cullen graduated from DeWitt Clinton High School in the Bronx, New York, in 1922. 
1940 (Unknown) County
The Lost Zoo
(Pub: Harper and Brothers ISBN: )
Book for young readers. 
1942 (Unknown) County
My Lives and How I Lost Them
(Pub: Harper and Brothers ISBN: )
Book for young readers. 
? New York County
Mr. Cullen moved to New York City and soon after that, specifically, to Harlem in Manhattan, New York. 
? Westchester County
Mr. Cullen lived in Tuckahoe, New York, during the last years of his life. 

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