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Frank Cowan (1844–1905)

Cowan, Frank. An American lawyer, physician, journalist, and miscellaneous writer; born in Pennsylvania, 1844; died in 1905. Making the tour of the world in 1880–81 and 1884–85, he entered Corea before that country had made treaties with other nations. He wrote: ‘Zomara, a Romance of Spain’ (1873); ‘The City of the Royal Palm, and Other Poems’ (1884); ‘Fact and Fancy in New Zealand’ (1885).