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William Turner Coggeshall (1824–1867)

Coggeshall, William Turner. An American journalist; born in Lewistown, PA, Sept. 6, 1824; died in Quito, Ecuador, Aug. 2, 1867. He was United States Minister to Ecuador from June 1866 until his death. His works include: ‘Home Hits and Hints’ (1859); ‘Poets and Poetry of the West’ (1860); and ‘The Journeys of Lincoln as President-Elect, and as President Martyred.’ (1865).