Craven Langstroth Betts (1853-1941) was a Canadian poet and prose author.
He was educated at the Saint John Normal School in Saint John.
He taught school for some time in Westmoreland County, New Brunswick.
He married artist Elizabeth Cushing Colby in 1905.
- The Perfume-Holder: A Persian love poem. New York, Saalfield & Fitch, 1891.
- 2nd edition, New York: Monarch Press, 1910.
- A Garland Of Sonnets: In praise of the poets. New York: M.F. Mansfield and A. Wessels, 1899.
- The Promise: A Greek idyl. New York: Monarch Press, 1910.
- Canada to England. Canada: [19--?]
- Selected Poems. New York: Associated Authors & Compilers, 1916.
- The Day. privately published, 1919.
- The Two Captains: At Longwood; at Trafalgar. New York: Alfred Allen Watts, 1921.
- The Perfume Holder, and other poems. New York: James T. White, 1922.
- Short Stories and Poems: By American authors. New York: Cochrane Publishing, 1908.
- Craven Langstroth Betts in An American Anthology 1787-1900: "Don Quixote," "The Hollyhocks," "To the Moonflower"
- Craven Langstroth Betts in Every Day of the Year: "Keats," "Shelley," "Wordsworth"
- "Defense of the Long Saut"
- Works by Craven Langstroth Betts at Internet Archive
- Tales of a Garrison Town
- Craven Langstroth Betts at Amazon.com
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