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Willis Boyd Allen (1855–1938)

Allen, Willis Boyd. An American writer; born at Kittery Point, ME, July 9, 1855; died in 1938. Besides a collection of verse, entitled ‘In the Morning,’ he wrote a large number of works for young people, among which are: ‘The Red Mountain of Alaska’ (1889); ‘Pine Cones’ (1885); ‘Silver Rags’ (1886); ‘Kelp’ (1888); ‘The Mammoth Hunters’ (1895); ‘Cleared for Action’ (1898); ‘Sword and Ploughshare’ (1904); ‘The North Pacific’ (1905); ‘The Violet Book’ (1909).