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EMMA ABBOTT (1849-1891)

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Originally appearing in Volume V01, Page 26 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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EMMA ABBOTT (1849-1891), American singer, was born at Chicago and studied in Milan and Paris. She had a fine soprano voice, and appeared first in opera in London under Colonel Mapleson's direction at Covent Garden, also singing at important concerts. She organized an opera company known by her name, and toured extensively in the United States, where she had a great reputation. In 1873 she married E. J. Wetherell. She died at Salt Lake City on the 5th of January 1891.
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