EAF Author: Augustine Joseph Hickey Duganne (1823-1884)
Augustine Joseph Hickey Duganne, journalist, poet, and prose writer, was born in Boston. During the Civil War he served in the Union army and was a prisoner in the South for a time. His writings include Prison Life in the South; The Lydian Queen, a tragedy (a play, 1848); Home Poems (1844); Parnassus in Pillory, a satire (1851).
Albert Simmons; or, The Midshipman's Revenge, ed. M.M. Ballou (1849) (Restricted)
Bianca; or, The Star of the Valley. A Romance of the Alps (1854?) (Restricted)
The Phantom Friar in Arrow of Gold (185-?) [Attributed to Joseph Holt Ingraham] (Restricted)
The Prince Corsair; or, The Three Brothers of Guzan. A Tale of the Indian Ocean (1850) (Restricted)
The Tenant-House; or, Embers from Poverty's Hearthstone (1857) (Restricted)