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John Townsend Trowbridge (1827–1916)

Trowbridge, John Townsend. An American poet, novelist, and general writer; born in Ogden, NY, Sept. 18, 1827; died on Feb. 12, 1916. His first poems, ‘The Vagabonds,’ ‘At Sea,’ ‘The Pewee,’ etc., appeared in the Atlantic Monthly, also the story ‘Coupon Bonds.’ Among his numerous novels, tales of adventure, etc., are: ‘Father Brighthopes’ (1853); ‘Hearts and Faces’ (1853); ‘Martin Merrivale’ (1855); ‘Neighbor Jackwood’ (1857); ‘The Old Battle-Ground’ (1859); ‘The Drummer Boy’ (1863); ‘Cudjo’s Cave’ (1864); ‘The Three Scouts’ (1865); ‘Lucy Arlyn’ (1866); ‘Coupon Bonds’ (1866); ‘Neighbors’ Wives’ (1867); ‘The Story of Columbus’ (1867); ‘The Jack Hazard Series’ (1871–75); ‘The Emigrant’s Story, and Other Poems’ (1875); ‘The Silver Medal Series’ (1877–82); ‘The Book of Gold, and Other Poems’ (1878); ‘A Home Idyl,’ etc. (1881); ‘The Tide-Mill Series’ (1882–87); ‘The Lost Earl’ (1888); ‘My Own Story’ (1903).