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Charles Green Came


George Bancroft Griffith (ed.), The Poets of Maine 338 (Portland, Maine: Elwell, Pickard & Co., 1888):

Charles Greene Came was born in Buxton, Me., Sept. 26, 1826, and died Jan. 16, 1879. Graduated at Yale in 1849. Studied law in Portland, and admitted to bar in 1852. Practiced in Rockland and Portland. Was editor of Portland Advertiser. Was elected member of Maine House of Representatives, February, 1854, and re-elected September of same year. In May, 1857, became editorial writer on Boston Journal, where he remained till his death. Married, September, 1855, Miss Sarah M. Lewis, of New Haven.

Came was a prominent student while at Yale, and a founding member of Yale's chapter of Delta Kappa in November, 1845. [Lyman Hotchkiss Bagg, Four Years at Yale 53 (New Haven: C.C. Chatfield & Co., 1871]


Charles G. Game, "Legal Nominations," in Union League of Philadelphia, Essays on Political Organization 17-26 (Philadelphia: Collins, printer, 1868) [online text]