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William Cleaver Wilkinson (1833–1920)

Wilkinson, William Cleaver. An American educator and Baptist clergyman; born in Westford, VT, Oct. 19, 1833; died in 1920. He was dean of the department of literature and art in the Chautauqua University, for which he prepared many textbooks. Among his works are: ‘The Dance of Modern Society’ (1868); ‘A Free Lance,’ etc., (1874); ‘The Baptist Principle’ (1881); ‘Webster: An Ode’ (1882); ‘Poems’ (1882); essay on ‘Edwin Arnold’ (1884); ‘Paul and the Revolt Against Him’ (1914).