John Milton Mackie
John Milton Mackie (born in Wareham, Massachusetts, 19 December 1813; died in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, 27 July 1894) was a United States writer who specialized in topics from German history and literature.
He graduated from Brown University in 1832, and studied at the University of Berlin, Germany, 1833-1834. On his return to the United States, he was tutor at Brown 1835-1838. He contributed articles on German topics to the North American Review, American Whig Review, and Christian.
- Life of Godfrey William von Leibnitz, with Gottschalk Eduard Guhrauer (Boston, 1845) at archive.org
- Life of Samuel Gorton in Sparks's “American Biography” series (1848)
- Cosas de España, or Going to Madrid via Barcelona (New York, 1848)
- Life of Schamyl, the Circassian Chief (1856)
- Life of Tai-Ping-Wang, Chief of the Chinese Insurrection (1857)
- From Cape Cod to Dixie and the Tropics (1864)
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