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An American biographical and historical writer; born in New York, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1855. He is the son of John Bigelow; was educated at Yale College and in Germany; and is the author of: "The German Emperor" (1892); "Paddles and Politics down the Danube" (1892); "Borderland of Czar and Kaiser" (1894); and "History of the German Struggle for Liberty"; "White Man's Africa".
By Charles Dudley Warner