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Haverhill (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): entry jones-james-athearn
Jones, James Athearn 1790-1853 Author; born in Tisbury, Mass., June 4, 1790; received a common-school education, and engaged in journalism in Philadelphia in 1826; later was editor in Baltimore, Md., and in Buffalo, N. Y. His publications include Traditions of the North American Indians, or tales of an Indian camp; Gold medal awarded by Congress to Jacob Jones. Letter to an English gentleman on English libels of America; and Haverhill, or memoirs of an officer in the army of Wolfe. He died in Brooklyn, N. Y., in August, 1853.
Buffalo, N. Y. (New York, United States) (search for this): entry jones-james-athearn
Jones, James Athearn 1790-1853 Author; born in Tisbury, Mass., June 4, 1790; received a common-school education, and engaged in journalism in Philadelphia in 1826; later was editor in Baltimore, Md., and in Buffalo, N. Y. His publications include Traditions of the North American Indians, or tales of an Indian camp; Gold medal awarded by Congress to Jacob Jones. Letter to an English gentleman on English libels of America; and Haverhill, or memoirs of an officer in the army of Wolfe. He died in Brooklyn, N. Y., in August, 1853.
Tisbury (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): entry jones-james-athearn
Jones, James Athearn 1790-1853 Author; born in Tisbury, Mass., June 4, 1790; received a common-school education, and engaged in journalism in Philadelphia in 1826; later was editor in Baltimore, Md., and in Buffalo, N. Y. His publications include Traditions of the North American Indians, or tales of an Indian camp; Gold medal awarded by Congress to Jacob Jones. Letter to an English gentleman on English libels of America; and Haverhill, or memoirs of an officer in the army of Wolfe. He died in Brooklyn, N. Y., in August, 1853.
United States (United States) (search for this): entry jones-james-athearn
Jones, James Athearn 1790-1853 Author; born in Tisbury, Mass., June 4, 1790; received a common-school education, and engaged in journalism in Philadelphia in 1826; later was editor in Baltimore, Md., and in Buffalo, N. Y. His publications include Traditions of the North American Indians, or tales of an Indian camp; Gold medal awarded by Congress to Jacob Jones. Letter to an English gentleman on English libels of America; and Haverhill, or memoirs of an officer in the army of Wolfe. He died in Brooklyn, N. Y., in August, 1853.
Brooklyn (New York, United States) (search for this): entry jones-james-athearn
Jones, James Athearn 1790-1853 Author; born in Tisbury, Mass., June 4, 1790; received a common-school education, and engaged in journalism in Philadelphia in 1826; later was editor in Baltimore, Md., and in Buffalo, N. Y. His publications include Traditions of the North American Indians, or tales of an Indian camp; Gold medal awarded by Congress to Jacob Jones. Letter to an English gentleman on English libels of America; and Haverhill, or memoirs of an officer in the army of Wolfe. He died in Brooklyn, N. Y., in August, 1853.
Baltimore, Md. (Maryland, United States) (search for this): entry jones-james-athearn
Jones, James Athearn 1790-1853 Author; born in Tisbury, Mass., June 4, 1790; received a common-school education, and engaged in journalism in Philadelphia in 1826; later was editor in Baltimore, Md., and in Buffalo, N. Y. His publications include Traditions of the North American Indians, or tales of an Indian camp; Gold medal awarded by Congress to Jacob Jones. Letter to an English gentleman on English libels of America; and Haverhill, or memoirs of an officer in the army of Wolfe. He died in Brooklyn, N. Y., in August, 1853.
Jones, James Athearn 1790-1853 Author; born in Tisbury, Mass., June 4, 1790; received a common-school education, and engaged in journalism in Philadelphia in 1826; later was editor in Baltimore, Md., and in Buffalo, N. Y. His publications include Traditions of the North American Indians, or tales of an Indian camp; Gold medal awarded by Congress to Jacob Jones. Letter to an English gentleman on English libels of America; and Haverhill, or memoirs of an officer in the army of Wolfe. He died in Brooklyn, N. Y., in August, 1853.
Jones, James Athearn 1790-1853 Author; born in Tisbury, Mass., June 4, 1790; received a common-school education, and engaged in journalism in Philadelphia in 1826; later was editor in Baltimore, Md., and in Buffalo, N. Y. His publications include Traditions of the North American Indians, or tales of an Indian camp; Gold medal awarded by Congress to Jacob Jones. Letter to an English gentleman on English libels of America; and Haverhill, or memoirs of an officer in the army of Wolfe. He died in Brooklyn, N. Y., in August, 1853.
Jones, James Athearn 1790-1853 Author; born in Tisbury, Mass., June 4, 1790; received a common-school education, and engaged in journalism in Philadelphia in 1826; later was editor in Baltimore, Md., and in Buffalo, N. Y. His publications include Traditions of the North American Indians, or tales of an Indian camp; Gold medal awarded by Congress to Jacob Jones. Letter to an English gentleman on English libels of America; and Haverhill, or memoirs of an officer in the army of Wolfe. He died in Brooklyn, N. Y., in August, 1853.
Jones, James Athearn 1790-1853 Author; born in Tisbury, Mass., June 4, 1790; received a common-school education, and engaged in journalism in Philadelphia in 1826; later was editor in Baltimore, Md., and in Buffalo, N. Y. His publications include Traditions of the North American Indians, or tales of an Indian camp; Gold medal awarded by Congress to Jacob Jones. Letter to an English gentleman on English libels of America; and Haverhill, or memoirs of an officer in the army of Wolfe. He died in Brooklyn, N. Y., in August, 1853.
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