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Edward Everett Hale (1822-1909) was an American Unitarian minister, a social reformer, and a prolific and versatile author.Edward Everett Hale, born in Boston, was a descendant of eminent New England ... Read more
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Edward Everett Hale (3 April 1822-10 June 1909), Unitarian minister, essayist, and novelist, was representative of the changing society of the Boston Brahmins in the early nineteenth century. He posse... Read more
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Edward Everett Hale was a Unitarian minister from a well-respected New England family. His father, Nathan Hale, was the editor of Boston's primary newspaper, the Daily Advertiser; his great uncle, als... Read more
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Edward Everett Hale is best known for two short stories he collected in If, Yes, and Perhaps (1868): "The Man Without a Country" (first published in the Atlantic Monthly, December 1863) and a facetiou... Read more
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When Edward Everett Hale died in 1909 at the age of eighty-seven, he was one of the most revered Americans living in the first years of the twentieth century. Along with Theodore Roosevelt and Susan B... Read more
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