Author; born in Franklin, Mass., May 18, 1836; educated at Wesleyan University; Professor of Rhetoric there in 1868-69.
He then devoted himself to religious work, chiefly in the capacity of an evangelist.
His publications include The illustrated history of Methodist in the United States; A short history of the people called Methodist, etc.
Harper and Brothers Publishers. . New York. 1902.
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