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Oh say, did you know
that katharine lee bates wrote america the beautiful while on a cross country train trip in 1893 By the dawn’s early light i read about this 33 year old english teacher and i began to think about how every school child learns francis scott key wrote the star spangled banner but here I am in my seventh decade and never heard of katharine lee bates