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William Augustus Croffut (1835–1915)

Croffut, William Augustus. An American prose-writer and poet; born in Redding, CT, Jan. 29, 1835; died on Aug. 31, 1915. He was a journalist of wide experience. His works include: ‘A Helping Hand’ (1861); ‘A Midsummer Lark’ (1882); ‘Bourbon Ballads’; ‘The Folks Next Door’; and ‘The Vanderbilts.’