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Park Benjamin, Jr. (1849–1922)

Benjamin, Park. An American lawyer, editor, and miscellaneous writer, son of the preceding; born in New York, May 11, 1849; died in 1922. A graduate of the United States Naval Academy (1867), he served on Admiral Farragut’s flagship, but resigned in 1869. As a lawyer he was a patent expert. He edited the Scientific American (1872–78). He wrote: ‘Shakings; Etchings from the Naval Academy’ (1867); ‘The Age of Electricity’ (1886); ‘The Intellectual Rise in Electricity, a History’; etc.