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Henry Martyn Field (1822–1907)

Field, Henry Martyn. An American clergyman and scholar; born in Stockbridge, MA, April 3, 1822; died on Jan. 26, 1907. Among his works are: ‘Summer Pictures from Copenhagen to Venice’ (1859); ‘History of the Atlantic Telegraph’ (1866); ‘From the Lakes of Killarney to the Golden Horn’ (1876); ‘From Egypt to Japan’ (1878); ‘On the Desert’ (1883); ‘Among the Holy Hills’ (1883); ‘The Greek Islands and Turkey after the War’ (1885); ‘Our Western Archipelago’; ‘The Barbary Coast’; ‘Old Spain and New Spain’; ‘Gibraltar’; ‘Bright Skies and Dark Shadows’; ‘The Story of the Atlantic Cable.’