Clark, Henry A.
Born: 1823-07-30 Massachusetts
Died: 1863-04-23 Chicago, Illinois
Flourished: Chicago, Illinois
Born in Greenfield, Massachusetts, Henry A. Clark was an attorney and author. After graduating from Williams College in 1844, he began studying law in Williamstown, Massachusetts. After earning admission to the bar, he relocated to Chicago and began practicing law. He served as city attorney for Chicago for two years. In 1850, he married Mary Esther Stewart, with whom he had one child. In 1855, his novel,
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