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Bates, Arlo

Born: 1850 AD
Died: 1918 AD

1850 – Arlo Bates is a US author was born16th of December in East Nachias, Maine.

1876 – Graduated at Bowdoin, after which he removed to Boston and engaged in literary work.

1878 – Became secretary of the young men’s republican committee, of Massachusetts, and editor of the "Broadside," a paper devoted to civil-service reform.

1880 – Served as editor of the Boston "Sunday Courier."

1881 – Besides numerous magazine articles he has published "Patty’s Perversities".

1882 – Pulished the "F. Seymour Hayden and Engraving".

1883 – Bates wrote the "Mr. Jacobs".

1884 – Wrote and published the "The Pagans".

1885 – Published his work "A Wheel of Fire".

1886 – Wrote the "Old Salem," edited and "Berries of the Brier," poems.

 1912 – Bates wrote an introduction to E. P. Whipple’s Charles Dickens.