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Richard Josiah Hinton (1830–1901)

Hinton, Richard Josiah. An American author and journalist; born in London, England, Nov. 25, 1830; died in 1901. He came to the United States in 1851, and served in the Union army in command of colored troops. After the war edited several papers, and the last fifteen years of his life was an active socialist. Among his works are: ‘Life of Abraham Lincoln,’ ‘Life of William H. Seward,’ ‘English Radical Leaders,’ ‘John Brown,’ ‘The Making of the New West.’