This person was an American foreign minister to Paris in the 1860s. This person did all he could to help Americans caught in the cross-fire of the war and was later praised by the State Department for dedication and service.
This person was an artist who went to Paris because it was thought to be the promised land for artists. Although this person completed multiple works of art, including a large portrait that depicted the inside of the Louvre, this person is better known for an invention that later became known as the telegraph.
James Fenimore Cooper
This person was one of the first Americans to travel to Paris in the early 1830s. This person was a writer who already had success with one novel and went on to write seven more while living in Paris.
This person gave up a law...
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