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James Monroe Buckley (1836–1920)

Buckley, James Monroe. An American clergyman; born in Rahway, NJ, Dec. 16, 1836; died in 1920. In 1858 he entered the ministry in the Methodist Church. From 1881 to 1912 he was the editor of the Christian Advocate. Among his works are: ‘Two Weeks in the Yosemite Valley’ (1872); ‘Oats or Wild Oats’ (1885); ‘The Land of the Czar and the Nihilist’ (1886); ‘Travels in Three Continents.’