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John Austin Stevens (1827–1910)

Stevens, John Austin. An American historical author; born in New York City, Jan. 21, 1827; died on June 16, 1910. He was secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, librarian of the New York Historical Society, and founded and for many years conducted the Magazine of American History. His works include: ‘The Valley of the Rio Grande’ (1864); ‘Colonial Records of the New York Chamber of Commerce’ (1867); ‘The Expedition of Lafayette against Arnold’ (1878); ‘Life of Albert Gallatin’ (1883); and others.