Marie Le Baron

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Marie Le Baron
Born Marie Le Baron Andrews
16 July 1842(1842-07-16)
Cornwall, Connecticut
Died 22 August 1894 (52)
Richmond, Virginia
Nationality American
Field(s) Poetry, Journalism
Affiliations Order of the Omah Language
Known for "The Yellow Ribbon" (1876)
Spouse(s) Charles G. Barlett; Porteus P. Bielby; William Albert Urie

Marie Le Baron (July 16, 1842 - August 22, 1894) was an American journalist, poet, and women's suffrage activist, later in her life becoming interested in spiritualism and psychic investigation, resulting in her founding the Order of the Omah Language.

Selected Bibliography

Poems

Books

  • Le Baron, Marie (1887). The Germinal Aureac Theory. 
  • Le Baron, Marie (1890). The Song of the Vineyard. Washington: Leo. N. Wood. 

Articles

Lyrics