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Charles Anderson Dana (1819–1897)

Dana, Charles Anderson. An eminent American journalist and man of letters; born at Hinsdale, NH, Aug. 8, 1819; died at Dosoris, Long Island, Oct. 17, 1897. He became editor of the New York Sun upon its reorganization in 1868, a position he held until his death. With George Ripley he edited ‘The American Cyclopædia’ (1857–63; revised edition, 1873–76); he also edited ‘The Household Book of Poetry’ (1857). His war reminiscences have been published.