Ralph Hodgson (9 September, 1871 – 2 November, 1962) was an English poet who was considered to be one of the purest lyricists of his time.
Historian Ron Chernow takes the time to dispel the many rumors, innuendos, and flat-out misinformation campaigns levied against President Grant
Ida Tarbell (5 November, 1857 – 6 January, 1944) was an author, biographer, lecturer, educator and an early pioneer of investigative journalist.
Both homes are private properties, but the owners decorated their historic locations accordingly. Cleveland even put street signs to mark the creators.
Nikolaus Lenau (13 August, 1802 – 22 August, 185) was an Austrian poet who was born in the Kingdom of Hungary, which is now Lenauheim, Banat
Mari Evans (16 July, 1919 – 10 March, 2017) was an award winning poet, editor, and writer, known for poems which are direct, yet lyrical.
Constance Fenimore Woolson (5 March 5 1840 – 24 January, 1894) was a poet and short story writer from Cleveland, OH.
John George Nicolay (26, February, 1832 – 26 September, 1901) served as the private secretary to Abraham Lincoln, and co-authored his biography.
This is a book that’s meant to be discussed, there are many issues which, unfortunately, we see playing out in real time during 2020. The book puts a spotlight on issues none of us want to believe exist, but we know that they do. The story could be told in any small-town, not just Ohio. Could be in New Jersey, California, Texas, or the Dakotas.
O. Henry (11 September, 1862 – 5 June, 1910) was an American writer, known for his short stories.