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Albert Gorton Greene
Albert G. Greene was born in Providence, Rhode Island on February 10, 1802 and is a graduate of Brown University at Providence, Rhode Island. After his graduation in 1820, he studied law in the office of John Whipple, was admitted to the bar in 1823, and took up the practice of law. He practiced law for some ten years and then assumed a number of positions in Providence city government. Greene died at Cleveland, Ohion, January 3, 1868. Greene's fugitive verse has not, to our knowledge, been collected.
[Source: Rufus Wilmot Griswold, The Poets and Poetry of America 295 (New York: James Miller, Publisher, 1872)] [Rufus Wilmot Griswold] [See also: Evert A. & George L. Duyckinck, The Cyclopedia of American Literature (Philadelphia: William Rutter & Co., 1880)(Vol. 1)]
Albert G. Greene
Albert G. Greene, Old Grimes (Providence: S.S. Rider & Brother, 1867) [online text]
Catalogue of the private library of the late Hon. Albert G. Greene. To be sold by auction ... March 29, 1869, and succeeding days (New York, Bangs, Merwin & Co., auctioneers, 1869) [online text]
Collection of American Poetry and Plays