Lecturer; born in Ticonderoga, N. Y.
, Jan. 26, 1838; graduated at Harvard College in 1865; studied theology but never settled as a pastor; travelled in Europe
and northern Africa
in 1871-73; and returning to the United States
became a lecturer of national repute on such topics as religion, science, and current reform.
In 1895 broken health compelled him to relinquish public work.
His lectures relating to the United States
include Ultimate America
; England and America as competitors and allies
; Political signs of the times
, etc. He died in Ticonderoga, N. Y.
, June 24, 1901.