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Samuel Field


"Samuel Field was born at Deerfield, Mass., September 14, 1743, graduated in 1762, studied law, practiing for a time in his native place, then removed to Greenfield, where he remained till 1774, when he took up his residence in Conway, Mass. In 1776 he returned to Deerfield, residing there till 1794, when he went back to Conway, where he died September 17, 1800. Mr. F. was an 'elder' in the Sandermanian church . . . ." [The Anthony Memorial: A Catalogue of the Harris Collection of American Poetry with biographical and bibliographical notes 93 (Providence: Providence Press Company, Printers, 1886)] [online text]


Samuel Field, Miscellaneous Productions in Poetry and Prose (Greenfield, Massachusetts: Clarke and Hunt; Denio and Phelps, printers, 1815)