Nathaniel Hawthorne

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Sophia Peabody (1842-07-09, Marriage)
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Nathaniel Hathorne, Sr.
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1804-07-04
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He is now considered one of the greatest of American writers, responsible for establishing the tradition of the symbolic romance in American fiction.
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literature
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novelist
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nathaniel hawthorne college pal was henry wadsworth longfellow (Henry Wadsworth Longfellow)
nathaniel hawthorne college pal was franklin pierce (Franklin Pierce)
nathaniel hawthorne a pal of ralph waldo emerson (Ralph Waldo Emerson)
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james knox polk appointed nathaniel hawthorne (James K. Polk)
william cullen bryant traveled with nathaniel hawthorne (William Cullen Bryant)
ralph waldo emerson met nathaniel hawthorne (Ralph Waldo Emerson)
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In 1808, Hawthorne's father died of yellow fever in Surinam, and he, his mother and two sisters moved in with the affluent Mannings, owners of a stagecoach business in Salem. (Details)
In 1816, the Hathornes moved to the Mannings' property at Raymond, ME. In 1819, the 15-year-old Hawthorne was summoned back to Salem by his uncle, Robert Manning, in order to prepare for college, and he spent the next two years studying and working part-t (Details)
In 1821 he entered Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, from where he graduated in 1825. (Details)
 

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Nathaniel Hathorne
 

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Date of death
1864-05-19
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Roger Malvin's Burial
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