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Cy Warman (1855–1914)

Warman, Cy. An American author and journalist; born in Greenup, IL, June 22, 1855; died in 1914. He was introduced to public notice as “The Poet of the Rockies,” in 1892, by the New York Sun. Rode locomotive from New York to Chicago and wrote his first railroad story, ‘A Thousand Miles in a Night,’ for McClure’s Magazine. Author of: ‘Tales of an Engineer’ (1895); ‘The Express Messenger’ (1897); ‘Frontier Stories’ (1898); ‘The White Mail’ (1899); ‘Short Rails’ (1900); ‘The Last Spike’ (1906).