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James Barnes
(1866–1936)
American author, photographer, and President of the Naval Historical Society. During World War I he did important aviation related war work. He was head of the photographic division of the army.

WorksEdit

  • A Princetonian: A Story of Undergraduate Life at the College of New Jersey (1897)
  • David G. Farragut (1899)
  • Drake and his Yeomen (1899)
  • The Great War Trek: With the British Army on the Veldt (1901)
  • The Giant of Three Wars (1903)
  • The Blockaders (1905)
  • Outside the Law (1906)
  • The Clutch of Circumstance (1908)
  • Rifle and Caravan (1912)
  • From Then Till Now: Anecdotal Portraits and Transcript Pages from Memory's Tables (1934)

Short works from magazinesEdit

PoemsEdit

  • "Songs of the Ships of Steel," McClure's Magazine, Vol 20, 1902-03
    • The Song of Then and Now
    • The Torpedo Boat
    • Brass Bound
    • Bill Sweeny of the Brass Gang


 

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