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William Everett (1839–1910)

Everett, William. An American miscellaneous writer, youngest son of Edward; born in Watertown, MA, Oct. 10, 1839; died in 1910. He was assistant professor of Latin at Harvard, master of Adams Academy at Quincy, MA; and in 1893 was elected to Congress. He published ‘On the Cam’ (1865); ‘Changing Base’ (1868) and ‘Double Play’ (1870), two books for boys; a poem, ‘Hesione, or Europe Unchained’ (1869); ‘School Sermons’ (1881); together with many pamphlets on political, literary, and religious subjects.