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John Albee (1833–1915)

Albee, John. An American miscellaneous writer; born at Bellingham, MA, 1833; died on March 24, 1915. His best-known works are: ‘Prose Idyls’; ‘St. Aspenquid of Agamenticus’ (1879), an Indian idyl; ‘Literary Art’ (1881), a conversation; ‘Poems’ (1883); ‘New Castle, Historic and Picturesque’ (1884), descriptive of New Castle or Great Island, on the coast of New Hampshire, his place of residence.