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Samuel Sullivan Cox (1824–1889)

Cox, Samuel Sullivan. An American statesman and author; born in Zanesville, OH, Sept. 30, 1824; died in New York, Sept. 1889. He served some terms in Congress, and became minister to Turkey. His works are: ‘Eight Years in Congress’; ‘Why We Laugh’; ‘Diversions of a Diplomat in Turkey’; ‘A Buckeye Abroad’; ‘Arctic Sunbeams’; ‘Orient Sunbeams’; ‘Search for Winter Sunbeams’; ‘Free Land and Free Trade’; and others.