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James Montgomery Bailey (1841–1894)

Bailey, James Montgomery. An American author; born in Albany, NY, Sept. 25, 1841; died in Danbury, CT, March 4, 1894. He served in the 17th Connecticut regiment during the war; returned to Danbury, founded the Danbury News in 1870. His articles in this paper were widely quoted. He wrote: ‘Life in Danbury’ (Boston, 1873); ‘They All Do It’ (1877); and ‘The Danbury Boom’ (1880).