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Charles Janeway Stillé (1819–1899)

Stillé, Charles Janeway. An American educator and writer; born in Philadelphia, Sept. 23, 1819; died at Atlantic City, NJ, Aug. 11, 1899. He was long provost of the University of Pennsylvania. He wrote: ‘Historical Development of American Civilization’; ‘Studies in Mediæval Civilization’; ‘Beaumarchais and the Lost Million’; ‘History of the United States Sanitary Commission’; ‘How a Free People Conduct a Long War’; ‘Northern Interest and Southern Independence’; ‘John Dickinson’; ‘Anthony Wayne’; etc.