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George Cary Eggleston (1839–1911)

Eggleston, George Cary. An American journalist and miscellaneous writer, brother of Edward; born in Vevay, IN, Nov. 26, 1839; died in 1911. A few of his many books are: ‘A Man of Honor’; ‘A Rebel’s Recollections’; ‘The Wreck of the Red Bird’; ‘Red Eagle’; ‘Juggernaut’ (with Dolores Marbourg); and for young people: ‘How to Educate Yourself’; ‘How to Make a Living’; ‘Our First Century.’