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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Henry Peterson (1818–1891)

Peterson, Henry. An American journalist and poet, cousin of Charles J.; born in Philadelphia, 1818; died in 1891. For twenty years he was on the editorial staff of the Philadelphia Saturday Evening Post. Among his works are: ‘The Modern Job, and Other Poems’ (1869); ‘Faire-Mount’ (1874); ‘Cæsar: A Dramatic Study’ (1879).