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Who is Alexander McClure?
Alexander McClure: Alexander Kelly McClure was a journalist, editor, writer, politician, and historian, active in Pennsylvania Republican Party politics, especially in the 1860s, and a prominent supporter, correspondent, and biographer of President Abraham Lincoln. He was the editor of the Franklin Repository, in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania and of the Philadelphia Times. The town of McClure, Pennsylvania - located in Snyder County - is named in his honor.
- also known as Alexander K. McClure
- born on (187 years ago) in Pennsylvania
- died on (106 years ago)
- written works: "The true commercial and revenue policy of Pennsylvania", "Recollections of half a century", "To the Pacific & Mexico", "Abraham Lincoln and men of war-times", "Three thousand miles through the Rocky Mountains", "What of the Republic?", ""Abe" Lincoln's yarns and stories", "The South", "Famous American Statesmen And Orators, Past And Present V4", "Lincoln and men of war times", "The life and services of Andrew G. Curtin", "Old time notes of Pennsylvania"
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by Paul A. Tenkotte, James C. Claypool
Later, Joseph Canady, Thomas Canady, Alexander McClure, Moses McClure, Nathaniel McClure, Alex McPherson, Joseph Meyers, and Robert Stewartjoined them. These pioneers petitioned the Synod of Virginia to organize a Presbyterian ...
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