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Wiley, Calvin Henderson 1819-1887

Clergyman; born in Guilford county, N. C., Feb. 3, 1819; graduated at the University of North Carolina in 1840; was admitted to the bar; later engaged in teaching; and in 1855 was licensed to preach in the Presbyterian Church, and labored in eastern Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina. He was the author of Utopia: a picture of early life at the South; Life in the South, a companion to uncle Tom's cabin; Scriptural views of National trials; Roanoke: or where is Utopia? etc. He died in Winston, N. C., Jan. 11, 1887.

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