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Noah Brooks (1830–1903)

Brooks, Noah. An American journalist and author; born in Castine, ME, Oct. 24, 1830; died on Aug. 6, 1903. After 1850 he was connected with newspapers in Massachusetts, California, Washington, and New York. He wrote many popular books for boys, among which are: ‘The Fairport Nine’ (1880); ‘Our Baseball Club’ (1884); ‘How the Republic is Governed.’ He edited and enlarged Bryant and Gay’s ‘History of the U.S.’