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Ethan Allen Hitchcock (1798–1870)

Hitchcock, Ethan Allen. An American soldier and miscellaneous writer, grandson of the famous patriot Ethan Allen; born at Vergennes, VT, May 18, 1798; died at Hancock, GA, Aug. 5, 1870. A graduate of West Point, he served in the Florida War, in the Mexican War, and in the Civil War. He wrote: ‘The Doctrines of Swedenborg and Spinoza Identified’ (1846); ‘On the Sonnets of Shakespeare’ (1865); ‘On the Vita Nuova of Dante’ (1866); etc.