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(The Little Frenchman And His Water Lots BY GEORGE POPE MO...)
The Little Frenchman And His Water Lots BY GEORGE POPE MORRIS ZHINGOORA BOOKS The Little Frenchman And His Water LotsBYGEORGE POPE MORRIS ZHINGOORA BOOKS
At an early age he moved to New York. Founder and editor of The New York Mirror and Ladies' Literary Gazette (1823), the New Mirror (1843), Evening Mirror and National Press (1845), and the Home Journal (1846), he was closely associated with the Knickerbocker school of writers, who found encouragement and expression in his journals. His drama Brier Cliff (1826) was well received, but his popularity was achieved as a writer of sentimental songs. Best known are Woodman, Spare That Tree, A Long Time Ago, and My Mother's Bible.