'Morning Edition' Returns: Dickinson's Final Stop When poet Emily Dickinson died in Amherst, Mass., in 1868, she was laid to rest in a cemetery guarded by a gate inscribed with her father's name. The gate was stolen 30 years ago, but a hawk-eyed antique shopper recently found it.
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'Morning Edition' Returns: Dickinson's Final Stop

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'Morning Edition' Returns: Dickinson's Final Stop

'Morning Edition' Returns: Dickinson's Final Stop

'Morning Edition' Returns: Dickinson's Final Stop

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When poet Emily Dickinson died in Amherst, Mass., in 1868, she was laid to rest in a cemetery guarded by a gate inscribed with her father's name. The gate was stolen 30 years ago, but a hawk-eyed antique shopper recently found it.