Jonathan Baxter Harrison

Jonathan Baxter Harrison, around 1880 Jonathan Baxter Harrison (April 5, 1835 – June 17, 1907), was a Unitarian minister and journalist who was involved in many of the social causes of his day: abolitionism, Indian rights, forest preservation, and the cultural improvement of the working class. Best known for his realistic depictions of everyday American life, he is acknowledged as an important influence in the development of literary realism. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Harrison, Jonathan
Published 1981
Clarendon