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Harvey Rice (1800–1891)

Rice, Harvey. An American poet; born at Conway, MA, June 11, 1800; died in 1891. He removed to Cleveland, opened a classical school, and purchased a newspaper, which he issued thereafter as the Plaindealer. He published: ‘Mount Vernon, and Other Poems’ (1864); ‘Nature and Culture’ (1875); ‘Pioneers of the Western Reserve’ (1882); ‘Select Poems’ (1885); ‘Sketches of Western Life’ (1888); and ‘The Founder of the City of Cleveland.’