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Daniel Chauncey Brewer


" A Boston lawyer . . ."

[Oscar Fay Adams, A Dictionary of American Authors 460 (New York:
Houghton Mifflin Co., 5th ed., 1904]

"Daniel Chauncey Brewer, son of Daniel Chauncey and Mary Ada (Turpin) Brewer, was born in Boston, September 14, 1861, and was educated at Williston Seminary [Easthampton, Massachusetts], at Williams College [1886] and at Princeton [1887]. He studied law at the Boston University Law School and in the office of Allen, Long & Hemenway, of Boston, and was admitted to the Suffolk bar in January, 1888. . . . He married, October 18, 1888, at Chicago, Genevieve, daughter of Rev. John L. Withrow, D.D., of Boston, and lives in Boston." [William T. Davis, Bench and Bar of the Commonwealth of Massacchusetts 361 (Boston: Boston History Co., 1895)(vol. 1)]


Daniel Chauncey Brewer, Madeline; a poem in fragments (New York and London: Putnam, 1888)


Daniel Chauncey Brewer, A Patriotic Movement for the Assimilation of Immigrants (New York: The Editorial Review Co., 1910)

___________________, Have Public Ships of Germany Committed the Crime of Piracy (Rochester: Lawyers Co-operative Pub. Co., 1915)

___________________, Rights and Duties of Neutrals: A Discussion of Principles and Practices (New York & London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1916) [online text]

___________________, The Peril of the Republic: Are We Facing Revolution in the United States? (New York & London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1922) [online text] (New York & London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1923)

___________________, The Conquest of New England by the Immigrant (New York & London: G.P. Putnam, 1926)