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William Henry Venable

Author Code: AWHV

Born: Apr. 29, 1836 - Warren County, Ohio, USA

Died: (?) 1920 - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

Educated at the National Normal School in Lebanon, Ohio, Venable began teaching there in 1855 and continued until 1861. Over the ensuing years he was awarded honorary degrees from De Pauw University in 1864 and Ohio University in 1886. He taught at the Chickering Institute in Cincinnati for over twenty-five years and from 1881 became the proprietor of the school. In 1871, he published June on the Miami and Other Poems and the following year A School History of the United States appeared and became a standard textbook in Ohio schools. In 1882, he founded the African School of Popular Science and History. From 1886 to 1889 he traveled and lectured in the Midwest and was a popular speaker. He produced over twenty volumes of work including both fiction and non-fiction which include Melodies of the Heart and Other Poems (1884), Footprints of the Pioneers in the Ohio Valley (1888), Historical Sketch of Western Periodical Literature (1888), Down South Before the War (1889), A Dream of Empire, or, the House of Blennerhassett (1901) and Buckeye Boyhood (1911).

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AWHV001 A Dream of Empire; or, The House of Blennerhassett 1901 138 648k eBook Download PDF - 'A Dream of Empire; or, The House of Blennerhassett' (AWHV001) Find a printed copy of A Dream of Empire; or, The House of Blennerhassett by William Henry Venable at AbeBooks

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