WALTER AUGUSTUS WYCKOFF
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An American author and assistant professor of political economy at Princeton University; born in Mainpuri, India, April 12, 1865. In order to ascertain the actual conditions surrounding the American workingman, he spent two years in toil as an unskilled laborer, and worked his way from Connecticut to California to carry out his experiment. His experiences are related in his book, "The Workers-East and West" (1897-98).
By Charles Dudley Warner
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- (1812-1887), served Mexican War, and brevetted major-general for services during Civil War. From 1869 to 1881 he was inspector-general. published "Exploration of the Red River" in 1852.