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Amos Kidder Fiske (1842–1921)

Fiske, Amos Kidder. An American author and journalist; born in Whitefield, NH, May 12, 1842; died in 1921. He was associated with George Ticknor Curtis in the preparation of the ‘Life of Daniel Webster,’ and served for many years on the editorial staff of leading New York papers. Among his works are ‘Midnight Talks at the Club’ (1890); ‘Beyond the Bourn’ (1891); ‘The Myths of Israel’ (1897); ‘The Story of the Philippines’ (1898); ‘The West Indies’ (1899); ‘The Modern Bank’ (1904); ‘Honest Business’ (1914).