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Theodor Kirchhoff (1828–1899)

Kirchhoff, Theodor (kirċh’hof). A German-American poet; born at Ütersen, Jan. 8, 1828; died on March 2, 1899. Residing in the United States he wrote in German and published in Germany. With his brother Christian, he published ‘Songs of War and Love’ (1864), and another volume of poems, ‘Adelpha’ (1869). Alone, he wrote: ‘Pictures of Travel and Sketches from America’ (2 vols., 1875–76); ‘Ballads and Recent Poems’ (1883); ‘Pictures of Californian Civilization’ (1886); ‘A Trip to Hawaii’ (1890).