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Samuel Putnam Waldo (1780–1826)

Waldo, Samuel Putnam. An American writer and biographer; born in Connecticut in 1780; died in Hartford, CT, March 1826. He wrote: ‘Narrative of a Tour of Observation by President Monroe’ (1818); ‘Memoirs of Andrew Jackson’ (1820); ‘Life of Stephen Decatur’ (1821); ‘Biographical Sketches of Nicholas Biddle, Paul Jones, Edward Preble, and Alexander Murray’ (1823). He edited ‘Journal of the Brig Commerce upon the Western Coast of Africa.’