Person Detail: Junius Henri Browne
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|Full Name: Junius Henri Browne|
(1833-1902) Journalist, writer. Born in Seneca Falls, N.Y. In 1861 he became war correspondent for the New York Tribune but was taken prisoner by the Confederate army. He was kept in various prisons for a year and a half, eventually escaped from Salisbury, N.C., and traveled 400 miles through hostile country to reach Union lines. After the war he served as correspondent for the New York Times and Tribune as well as writing for journals and periodicals. His best known works are "Four Years in Secessia" (1865), "The Great Metropolis: a Mirror of New York" (1869), and "Sights and Sensations in Europe" (1871).
Born in Seneca Falls, NY
"Four Years in Secessia"
"The Great Metropolis: A Mirror Of New York"
"Sights And Sensations In Europe"