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    Brooks, Charles Timothy (male) 06/20/1813 - 06/14/1883 American Harvard University

    Translator of German works, poet, transcendentalist, and Unitarian pastor; wrote Songs and Ballads from the German (1842), other works; contributed to The Dial.

    Burlingame, Edward Livermore (male) 05/30/1848 - 11/15/1922 American University of Heidelberg; Harvard University

    Journalist and editor; editor of Scribner's Magazine; staff member of New York Tribune; traveled in Germany, Japan, and China.

    Channing, William Ellery (male) 11/29/1818 - 12/23/1901 American Harvard University

    Transcendentalist poet; published poems in The Dial; writer for the Tribune; published of a volume of poems in 1843, a biography of Thoreau in 1873.

    Davis, John Chandler Bancroft (male) 12/22/1822 - 12/27/1907 American Harvard University

    Lawyer, judge, diplomat, and president of Newburgh and New York Railway Company; secretary of the American embassy in London; correspondent for The Times. See
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Everett, Edward (male) 04/11/1794 - 01/15/1865 American Harvard University

    Author and statesman; professor of Greek at Harvard; editor of North American Review; served in Congress; minister to England; President of Harvard; Secretary of State. See Lloyd C. Sanders, ed. Celebrities of the Century Vol 1 (Cassell & Co., 1887): 404-405.

    Jewett, Isaac Appleton (male) 10/17/1808 - 01/14/1853 American Harvard University

    Studied law, and practiced in Cincinnati and in New Orleans; author of Passages in Foreign Travel (Boston, 1838), and The Appleton Memorial (1850). See
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Motley, John Lothrop (male) 04/15/1814 - 05/29/1877 American Harvard University

    Historian, diplomat; served as ambassador to Austria; wrote Rise of the Dutch Republic (1855).
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Sargent, Epes (male) 09/27/1813 - 12/30/1880 American Harvard University

    Editor, poet, and playwright; member of Knickerbocker group. See Chadwick-Healey Literature Online Biography.

    Stevens, Henry (male) 08/24/1819 - 02/28/1886 American Yale University; Harvard University

    Bibliophile, antiquarian, and catalogist; worked in London as collector of Americana for the British Museum; produced The Bibles in the Caxton Exhibition, 1877 (1878) and other works.

    Tuckerman, Joseph (male) 01/18/1778 - 04/20/1840 American Harvard University

    Unitarian minister; known for working with the poor in Boston.

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