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Edward Albert Pollard (1831?–1872)

Pollard, Edward Albert. An American journalist and author; born in Virginia, Feb. 27, 1831?; died at Lynchburg, VA, Dec. 12, 1872. As editor of the Richmond Examiner during the Civil War, he was an earnest advocate of the Confederate cause, but an active opponent of Jefferson Davis. Among his numerous works are: ‘Black Diamonds’ (1859); ‘Southern History of the War’ (1862); ‘The Lost Cause’ (1866); ‘The Life of Jefferson Davis’ (1869).