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Elias Nason (1811–1887)

Nason, Elias. An American clergyman, biographer, and religious writer; born in Wrentham, MA, April 21, 1811; died in North Billerica, MA, June 17, 1887. Among his works are: ‘Life of Governor Andrew’ (1868); ‘Life of Charles Sumner’ (1874); ‘Lives of Moody and Sankey’ (1877); ‘Originality’ (1882).