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Claude G. Bowers

Claude G. BowersAKA Claude Gernade Bowers

Born: 20-Nov-1878
Birthplace: Westfield, IN
Died: 21-Jan-1958
Location of death: New York City
Cause of death: Cancer - Leukemia
Remains: Buried, Highland Lawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, IN

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Diplomat, Historian

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Tragic Era

Father: Leslie Bowers
Mother: Juliet
Wife: Sybil McCaslin (m. 28-Nov-1911)

    US Ambassador to Chile 1939-53
    US Ambassador to Spain 1933-39
    New York Evening World Writer/Columnist
    New York Evening Journal Writer/Columnist

Author of books:
The Irish Orators: A History of Ireland's Fight for Freedom (1916)
The Party Battles of the Jackson Period (1922)
Jefferson and Hamilton: The Struggle for Democracy in America (1926)
The Tragic Era: The Revolution After Lincoln (1929)
Beveridge and the Progressive Era (1932)
Jefferson in Power: The Death Struggle of the Federalists (1936)
The Spanish Adventures of Washington Irving (1940)
The Young Jefferson: 1743-1789 (1945, biography)
Pierre Vergniaud: Voice of the French Revolution (1950)
My Mission to Spain: Watching the Rehearsal for World War II (1954)
Chile Through Embassy Windows: 1939-1953 (1958)
My Life: The Memoirs of Claude Bowers (1962, memoir)

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