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Homer Greene (1853–1940)

Greene, Homer. An American story-writer; born at Ariel, PA, in 1853; died in 1940; resided at Honesdale, PA. He was the author of ‘The Blind Brother, a Story of the Pennsylvania Coal Mines’ (1887); ‘Burnham Breaker’ (1887); ‘Riverpark Rebellion’; ‘Pickett’s Gap’ (1902); ‘Handicapped, a Story of a White-haired Boy.’