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Edward Everett Hale

Author Code: AEEH

Born: Apr. 3, 1822 - Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Died: Jun. 10, 1909 - Roxbury, Massachusetts, USA

Educated at Harvard University where he graduated in 1839 in theology, Hale was from a reknowned Boston family which included the statesman Edward Everett and the Revolutionary War martyr, Nathan Hale. Hale became the pastor of the church of Unity in Worcester in 1846 and of the South Congregational church in Boston in 1856. Although his first story, A Tale of a Salamander, had been published in 1842, his writing career actually took off with the publication of the short story, My Double and How He Undid Me, in the Atlantic Monthly in 1859. He continued to contribute to the Atlantic over the years and in 1863, his best-known story, The Man Without A Country, was published. In 1903, he became the chaplain of the U.S. Senate. A statue has been raised to him in the Boston Public Garden. Hale also helped to found the Unitarian Church of America. His other works include How to Do It (1871), Ups and Downs (1873), Christmas Eve and Christmas Day (1873), In His Name (1873), Crusoe in New York & Other Tales (1880), Fortunes of Rachel (1884), Franklin in France (1888), The Life of Christopher Columbus (1891), Afloat and Ashore (1891), New England Boyhood (1893), Susan's Escort (1895), Aunt Caroline's Present (1895), Ralph Waldo Emerson (1899), Kingdom of God (1900) and Tarry at Home Travels (1906).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
AEEH003 The Brick Moon and Other Stories
  99 Linwood Street
  Bread on the Waters - a Washington Christmas
  The Brick Moon
  Crusoe in New York
  Ideals
  The Lost Palace
  The Survivor's Story
  Thanksgiving at the Polls
1899 129 686k eBook Download PDF - 'The Brick Moon and Other Stories' (AEEH003) Find a printed copy of The Brick Moon and Other Stories by Edward Everett Hale at AbeBooks
AEEH001 The Life of Christopher Columbus 1891 80 505k eBook Download PDF - 'The Life of Christopher Columbus' (AEEH001) Find a printed copy of The Life of Christopher Columbus by Edward Everett Hale at AbeBooks
AEEH002 The Man Without a Country & Other Tales
  The Children of the Public
  Christmas Waits in Boston
  The Dot and Line Alphabet
  The Last of the Florida
  The Last Voyage of the Resolute
  The Man Without a Country
  My Double, and How He Undid Me
  The Old and the New, Face to Face
  A Piece of Possible History
  The Skeleton in the Closet
  The South American Editor
1868 110 641k eBook Download PDF - 'The Man Without a Country & Other Tales' (AEEH002) Find a printed copy of The Man Without a Country & Other Tales by Edward Everett Hale at AbeBooks

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