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Norman's Woe


America's most beloved poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's famous ballad "The Wreck of the Hesperus"

Banker-poet Hiram Rich's "In The Sea" recalling past shipwrecks at Norman's Woe

Cape Ann poet Lucy Larcom's survey of Gloucester Harbor from Norman's Woe to Eastern Point in the closing portion of "Wild Roses of Cape Ann"

Poet-photographer Clarence Manning Falt's homage to Longfellow, "Toward Norman's Woe"