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Baker, Ray Stannard

Born: 1870 AD
Died: 1946 AD
Nationality: American
Categories: Authors, Journalist

1870 – Born on the 17th of April in Lansing, Michigan.

1891 – Attended the University of Michigan Law school.

1892-1896 – He is the reporter of Chicago News-Record.

1897 – Joined the staff of McClure’s Magazine, a leader in the "New Journalism".

1906 – Baker gained a national reputation as one of the leading "muckrakers".

1912 – Baker embracing the candidacy of Woodrow Wilson.

1918 – Baker sent to Europe to study the war situation.

1940 – The last two volumes of Wilson and Internationalism won the Pulitzer Prize for biography.

1946 – Baker died  on 12th of July because of a heart attack in Amherst, Massachusetts.

Baker wrote two autobiographies, "Native American", and "American Chronicle".