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Full Name: Morgan Robertson
(1861-1915) Short story writer, novelist. He wrote and published over 200 stories. He wrote "The Wreck of the Titan" in 1898, which had details so identical to the sinking of the Titanic in 1912, that it was seen as prophecy. He is one of America's most known and accomplished authors on the subject of the sea. He was born on West 5th Street, Oswego, New York.
Author's Timeline:
1861 Oswego County
Morgan Andrew Robertson was born on West 5th Street in Oswego, New York, on September 30, 1861. 
1915 (Unknown) County
Morgan Robertson was found dead in his room at the Alamac Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey, on March 24, 1915. 
1898 (Unknown) County
Futility, or The Wreck Of The Titan
1915 Kings County
Morgan Robertson was interred at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York. 
1905 (Unknown) County
The Submarine Destroyer
(Pub: Everybody's Magazine ISBN: )
1898 (Unknown) County
Spun Yarn: Sea Stories
(Pub: Harper & Brothers, New York - London ISBN: )
Collection of stories. 
1899 (Unknown) County
Where Angels Fear to Tread and Other Tales of the Sea
(Pub: The Century Company ISBN: )
Collection of stories. 
1914 (Unknown) County
Over the Border
(Pub: McClure's Magazine and Metropolitan Magazine ISBN: )
Collection of stories. 
1903 (Unknown) County
Sinful Peck
(Pub: Harper & Brothers, New York - London ISBN: )
1914 (Unknown) County
The Grain Ship
(Pub: McKinley, Stone and Mackenzie, New York ISBN: )
Collection of stories. 
1901 (Unknown) County
(Pub: D. Appleton and Company, New York ISBN: )
Collection of stories. 
1896 (Unknown) County
Land Ho!
(Pub: New York, London, Harper & Brothers ISBN: )
Collection of stories. 
1905 (Unknown) County
Down To The Sea
(Pub: Harper and Brothers ISBN: )
Collection of stories. 
? New York County
Mr. Robertson studied at Cooper Union. 

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