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Eugene Schuyler (1840–1890)

Schuyler, Eugene. An American writer of note; born in Ithaca, NY, Feb. 26, 1840; died in Cairo, Egypt, July 18, 1890. He was United States secretary of legation at St. Petersburg (1870–76); secretary of legation and consul-general at Constantinople (1876–78); and minister to Greece (1882–84). His works include: ‘Turkestan: Notes of a Journey in Russian Turkestan, Khokand, Bokhara, and Kuldja’ (1876); ‘Peter the Great, Emperor of Russia’ (2 vols., 1884); and ‘American Diplomacy and the Furtherance of Commerce’ (1886).