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Francis Lister Hawks (1798–1866)

Hawks, Francis Lister. An American Episcopal divine; born at New Berne, NC, June 10, 1798; died in New York, Sept. 26, 1866. Originally a lawyer, he was the first president of the University of Louisiana. Besides legal and religious works he wrote: ‘Contributions to the Ecclesiastical History of the United States’ (1836–41); ‘Narrative of Commodore Perry’s Expedition’ (1856); ‘History of North Carolina’ (1857–68); etc.