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George Frederic Parsons (1840–1893)

Parsons, George Frederic. An American journalist and writer; born in Brighton, England, Jan. 15, 1840; died in New York City, July 19, 1893. In 1863 he began journalistic work at Vancouver Island; subsequently was editor of the Sacramento (California) Record Union. In 1883 he joined the editorial staff of the New York Tribune. His works include: ‘Life of James Marshall,’ discoverer of gold in California (1871); ‘Middle Ground,’ a novel (1874).