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Charles Felton Pidgin (1844–1923)

Pidgin, Charles Felton. An American author, librettist, and statistician; born in Roxbury, MA, Nov. 1, 1844; died in 1923. Besides being a frequent contributor to periodicals, he wrote many librettos for cantatas, operas, and musical comedies. His novels include ‘Quincy Adams Sawyer’ (1900); ‘Blennerhasset’ (1901); ‘The Climax’ (1902); ‘Stephen Holton’ (1902); ‘Theodosia’ (1907). ‘The Courtier’ (1913) is a comic opera.