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Armistead Churchill Gordon (1855–1931)

Gordon, Armistead Churchill. An American poet; born in Albemarle County, VA, Dec. 20, 1855; died in 1931. After graduating from the University of Virginia he became a lawyer in Staunton, VA. In collaboration with Thomas Nelson Page he wrote a volume of verse entitled ‘Befo’ de War’; ‘Echoes in Negro Dialect’ (1888); ‘Congressional Currency’; ‘The Ivory Gate’ (1907); ‘Maje’ (1913); ‘Ommirandy’ (1916).