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Person Detail: Thomas Picton (Milner)

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Full Name: Thomas Picton (Milner)
(1822-1891) Journalist, author. Thomas Picton was born in 1822 and died in 1891. He was founder and editor of the True American. Some of his work was written under the pseudonyms Paul Preston and A. Gothamite.
Author's Timeline:
1822 (Unknown) County
Thomas Picton (Milner) was born on May 16, 1822. 
1891 (Unknown) County
Thomas Picton died on February 20, 1891. 
1891 Kings County
Thomas Picton was interred at Cypress Hills Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York. 
1842 (Unknown) County
Paul Preston's Book of Gymnastics: Or Sports For Youth
(Pub: Boston: Munroe and Francis ISBN: )
1996 (Unknown) County
Old Gotham Theatricals: Selections From A Series, 'Reminiscences Of a Man About Town'
(Pub: San Bernardino, California: Borgo Press. ISBN: 0893703621 / 0893703621)
Written by Thomas Picton; compiled and edited by William L. Slout. 
1840 New York County
Mr. Picton graduated from New York University in 1840. 
1870 (Unknown) County
The Fireside Magician
1873 (Unknown) County
Rose Street: Its Past, Present, And Future
1871 (Unknown) County
A Tempest In A Teapot: A Petite Comedy In One Act
(Pub: Chicago: Dramatic Pub. Co. ISBN: )
1872 (Unknown) County
There Is Not Smoke Without Fire: A Comedietta In One Act
(Pub: New York: R. M. De Witt. ISBN: )
1869 (Unknown) County
Acrostics From Across The Atlantic; And Other Poems, Humorous And Sentimental
(Pub: London, Stevens Brothers. ISBN: )
Collection of poetry. 
1874 (Unknown) County
A Hard Case: A Farce In One Act
(Pub: New York: De Witt ISBN: )
1874 (Unknown) County
'Tis Better To Live Than To Die: A Petite Comedy In One Act
(Pub: New York: R. M. De Witt ISBN: )
1874 (Unknown) County
A Tell-Tale Heart: A Comedietta In One Act
(Pub: New York: R. M. De Witt ISBN: )

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