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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Francis Colburn Adams

Adams, Francis Colburn. An American writer; prominent in the South about the time of the Civil War. He was a resident of Charleston, SC, and wrote extensively under several pseudonyms. Among his works are: ‘Manuel Pereira, or the Sovereign Rule of South Carolina’ (1853); ‘Uncle Tom at Home’ (1853); ‘Life and Adventures of Major Potter’ (1858); ‘An Outcast, a Novel’ (1861); ‘The Story of a Trooper’ (1865); ‘The Von Toodleburgs’ (1868).