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Henry Whiting (1788–1851)

Whiting, Henry. A U.S. army officer, poet, and author; born in Lancaster, MA, in 1788; died in St. Louis, MO, Sept. 16, 1851. His published works include: ‘Otway: A Poem’ (1822); ‘Sannillac: A Poem’ (1831); ‘The Age of Steam’; ‘Life of Zebulon Montgomery Pike.’ He was co-author of ‘Historical and Scientific Sketches of Michigan’ (1834), and edited ‘Washington’s Revolutionary Orders,’ selected from the MSS. of John Whiting, his father (1844).