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Carl Schurz (1829–1906)

Schurz, Carl (shörts). A German-American journalist and statesman of eminence; born near Cologne, Prussia, March 2, 1829; died at New York City, May 14, 1906. His most famous speeches were published in 1885. He wrote a ‘Life of Henry Clay’ (1887); ‘Abraham Lincoln’ (1889); ‘Reminiscences’ (1908). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).