Thursday Brain Teaser
"He had poetry published while he was still in college, and was asked to teach literature and languages at Harvard before he was 30. Although most of his work had historical, American themes, he was honored by Britain. He had a private audience with Queen Victoria, and after his death in 1882; he was the first American poet to have his bust placed in Westminster Abbey’s Poets’ corner."
If you think you got it, go to the comment section and HINT!!! at the answer, thereby leaving clues along the way for other contestants. I will try my utmost to encourage, discourage or laugh at your HINTS along the way.
Now don´t be shy...I only knew the answer because I was in Westminster Abbey and saw his name!