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George Pope Morris

Author Code: AGMS

Born: Oct. 10, 1802 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Died: Jul. 6, 1864 - New York City, New York, USA

After a general education, Morris began writing for the New York Gazette at the age of 15. In 1823, he co-founded the New York Mirror with Samuel Woodworth. The paper was discontinued in 1842. The following year Morris, together with his friend Nathaniel P. Willis, began publishing the New Mirror and in 1844 they established the Evening Mirror daily newspaper. At the end of 1845, Morris founded the National Press, later to become the Home Journal. In 1901, it was renamed Town and Country and is still published today. He was commissioned as a brigadier-general in the New York militia and was thereafter referred to as General Morris. Morris had a successful writing career in addition to his editorial work, but even more important were his contributions as a song writer. His most famous work was undoubtedly Woodman, Spare That Tree (1837), which began life as a poem and successfully converted to song. The poem was reprinted in The Deserted Bride and Other Poems in 1838. Morris produced only one work of prose, The Little Frenchman and His Water Lots (1839). His other works include Briarcliff (1825), Maid of Saxony (1842) and Poems (1860).

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AGMS001 The Little Frenchman and His Water Lots, With Other Sketches of the Time [Illustrated]
  The Actors and the Brokers
  Effects of Interruption
  Grounds for A Divorce
  Hilson and Paul Pry
  The Hunchback
  Letter I
  Letter II
  Letter III
  Letter to Henry Russell
  The Little Frenchman and His Water Lots
  Major Noah
  The Monopoly and the People's Line
  The Oak
  Oral Anecdotes of Well-known Individuals
  Oral Anecdotes of Well-known Individuals
  Want of Confidence
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