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Benjamin Franklin Taylor (1819–1887)

Taylor, Benjamin Franklin. An American poet, author, and war correspondent; born at Lowville, NY, 1819; died at Cleveland, OH, 1887. He wrote: ‘Pictures of Life in Camp and Field’ (1871); ‘The World on Wheels’ (1874); ‘Song of Yesterday’ (1877); ‘Between the Gates’ (1878); ‘Summer Savory’ (1879); ‘Dulce Domum’ (1884); ‘Theophilus Trent’ (1887).