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Full Name: Irving Bacheller
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(1859-1950) Journalist, author. Irving Bacheller was born in Pierrepont, New York, and graduated from Saint Lawrence University in Canton, New York, in 1882. In 1883, in Brooklyn, New York, he founded the Bacheller Syndicate, the first newspaper syndicate of its kind, which provided articles to large weekend editions of newspapers. The Bacheller Syndicate also serialized fiction, and it was through it that writers such as Stephen Crane, Joseph Conrad and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle first gained exposure to American audiences. Bacheller was also a novelist, and his most popular book was "Eben Holden: A Tale of the North Country" (1900).
Author's Timeline:
1859 St. Lawrence County
Irving Bacheller was born in Pierrepont, New York in 1859. 
1950 Westchester County
Irving Bacheller died in 1950 in White Plains, New York. 
1900 (Unknown) County
Eben Holden: A Tale of the North Country
Novel. 
1882 St. Lawrence County
Bacheller graduated from Saint Lawrence University in 1882. 
1883 Kings County
He founded the Bacheller Syndicate, the first newspaper syndicate of its kind, which provided articles to large weekend editions of newspapers.  
1901 (Unknown) County
D'ri and I
Novel. 
1919 (Unknown) County
A Man for the Ages
Novel. 
1892 (Unknown) County
The Master of Silence
 
1894 (Unknown) County
Still House of O'Darrow
 
1917 (Unknown) County
The Light in the Clearing
Novel. 
1990 (Unknown) County
Lost in the Fog
Novel. 
1930 (Unknown) County
A Candle in the Wilderness: A Tale of the Beginning of New England
Novel. 
1941 (Unknown) County
The Winds of God: A Tale of the North Country
Novel. 
1920 (Unknown) County
The Prodigal Village: a Christmas Tale
Novel. 

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