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Nehemiah Matson (1816–1883)

Author of French and Indians of the Illinois River

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Born near Jacobsburg, Belmont County, Ohio. Moved to Bureau County, Illinois in 1836. Produced the first map of Bureau County. Left money for a public library in Princeton, Illinois, which bore his name until 2005.

Source: "Ohio Authors and Their Books", ed. William Coyle. Cleveland: World Publishing Company.

Library of Congress Authority Headings lists his death at 1883, as does the "Dictionary of North American Authors Deceased Before 1950" by W. Stewart Wallace, Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1951.
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