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Poughkeepsie (New York, United States) (search for this): entry wilson-william
Wilson, William 1801- Poet; born in Crieff, Scotland, Dec. 25, 1801. In 1833 Mr. Wilson came to the United States, with a moderate capital, and in the summer of that year opened a bookstore and bookbindery in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where he continued the business until his death, Aug. 25, 1860. He contributed many poems to American and British periodicals, but seldom over his own name. His chosen signatures were Alpin and Allan Grant.
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Wilson, William 1801- Poet; born in Crieff, Scotland, Dec. 25, 1801. In 1833 Mr. Wilson came to the United States, with a moderate capital, and in the summer of that year opened a bookstore and bookbindery in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where he continued the business until his death, Aug. 25, 1860. He contributed many poems to American and British periodicals, but seldom over his own name. His chosen signatures were Alpin and Allan Grant.
Crieff (United Kingdom) (search for this): entry wilson-william
Wilson, William 1801- Poet; born in Crieff, Scotland, Dec. 25, 1801. In 1833 Mr. Wilson came to the United States, with a moderate capital, and in the summer of that year opened a bookstore and bookbindery in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where he continued the business until his death, Aug. 25, 1860. He contributed many poems to American and British periodicals, but seldom over his own name. His chosen signatures were Alpin and Allan Grant.
Wilson, William 1801- Poet; born in Crieff, Scotland, Dec. 25, 1801. In 1833 Mr. Wilson came to the United States, with a moderate capital, and in the summer of that year opened a bookstore and bookbindery in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where he continued the business until his death, Aug. 25, 1860. He contributed many poems to American and British periodicals, but seldom over his own name. His chosen signatures were Alpin and Allan Grant.
Wilson, William 1801- Poet; born in Crieff, Scotland, Dec. 25, 1801. In 1833 Mr. Wilson came to the United States, with a moderate capital, and in the summer of that year opened a bookstore and bookbindery in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where he continued the business until his death, Aug. 25, 1860. He contributed many poems to American and British periodicals, but seldom over his own name. His chosen signatures were Alpin and Allan Grant. Wilson, William 1801- Poet; born in Crieff, Scotland, Dec. 25, 1801. In 1833 Mr. Wilson came to the United States, with a moderate capital, and in the summer of that year opened a bookstore and bookbindery in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where he continued the business until his death, Aug. 25, 1860. He contributed many poems to American and British periodicals, but seldom over his own name. His chosen signatures were Alpin and Allan Grant.
Wilson, William 1801- Poet; born in Crieff, Scotland, Dec. 25, 1801. In 1833 Mr. Wilson came to the United States, with a moderate capital, and in the summer of that year opened a bookstore and bookbindery in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where he continued the business until his death, Aug. 25, 1860. He contributed many poems to American and British periodicals, but seldom over his own name. His chosen signatures were Alpin and Allan Grant.
December 25th, 1801 AD (search for this): entry wilson-william
Wilson, William 1801- Poet; born in Crieff, Scotland, Dec. 25, 1801. In 1833 Mr. Wilson came to the United States, with a moderate capital, and in the summer of that year opened a bookstore and bookbindery in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where he continued the business until his death, Aug. 25, 1860. He contributed many poems to American and British periodicals, but seldom over his own name. His chosen signatures were Alpin and Allan Grant.
Wilson, William 1801- Poet; born in Crieff, Scotland, Dec. 25, 1801. In 1833 Mr. Wilson came to the United States, with a moderate capital, and in the summer of that year opened a bookstore and bookbindery in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where he continued the business until his death, Aug. 25, 1860. He contributed many poems to American and British periodicals, but seldom over his own name. His chosen signatures were Alpin and Allan Grant.
August 25th, 1860 AD (search for this): entry wilson-william
Wilson, William 1801- Poet; born in Crieff, Scotland, Dec. 25, 1801. In 1833 Mr. Wilson came to the United States, with a moderate capital, and in the summer of that year opened a bookstore and bookbindery in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where he continued the business until his death, Aug. 25, 1860. He contributed many poems to American and British periodicals, but seldom over his own name. His chosen signatures were Alpin and Allan Grant.