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William Potts (1838–1908)

Potts, William. An American writer on nature, also on political and social reform; born in Philadelphia, May 5, 1838; died in 1908. For many years he was an officer of the National Civil Service League. He published a volume of nature studies, ‘From a New England Hillside,’ and a Sunday-school service book, ‘Noblesse Oblige’; ‘Evolution and Local Reform’; ‘The Monetary Problem.’