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Crittenden Marriott (1867–1932)

Marriott, Crittenden. An American author and newspaper correspondent; born in Baltimore, MD, March 20, 1867; died in 1932. Went to Cuba for Chicago Record, 1897, and Puerto Rico with Gen. Miles for Associated Press, 1908. Author of ‘Uncle Sam’s Business’ (1908); ‘Isle of the Dead Ships’ (1909); ‘How Americans are Governed in Nation, State and City’ (1910); ‘Out of Russia’ (1911); ‘Sally Castleton, Southerner’ (1913); ‘Ward of Tecumseh’ (1914).