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Henry Walter De Puy (1820–1876)

De Puy, Henry Walter. An American miscellaneous writer; born in Pompey Hill, Onondaga County, NY, in 1820; died on Feb. 2, 1876. He was the author of: ‘Kossuth and his Generals,’ with a brief history of Hungary (1851); ‘Louis Napoleon and his Times,’ with a memoir of the Bonaparte family (1853); ‘Three Score Years and Beyond’ (1873); and ‘Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain boys of 1876.’