Charles Erskine Scott Wood or . Wood (February 20, 1852 – January 22, 1944) was an American author, civil liberties advocate, artist, soldier, attorney, and Georgist.
Charles Erskine Scott Wood or . He is best known as the author of the 1927 satirical bestseller, Heavenly Discourse. Born in Erie, Pennsylvania, Wood graduated from West Point in 1874. He served as a lieutenant with the 21st Infantry Regiment and fought in the Nez Perce War in 1877. He was present at the surrender of Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce
Charles Erskine Scott Wood (1852–1944) led an exuberant life that seemed to embrace the entire nation and its times.
Charles Erskine Scott Wood (1852–1944) led an exuberant life that seemed to embrace the entire nation and its times. Wood remembered seeing Abraham Lincoln. In this captivating, highly readable biography of Wood, Robert Hamburger presents both the life and the times, Wood's work and the intellectual, political, and cultural crosscurrents of his era. Hamburger ably captures Wood's many contradictions yet unearths the enduring essence of the man: his rebelliousness, his hatred of social and economic inequalities, his unbounded appetite for life, beauty, and pleasure.
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Wood works: the life and writings of Charles Erskine Scott Wood. Charles Erskine Scott Wood, Edwin Bingham, Tim Barnes
Wood works: the life and writings of Charles Erskine Scott Wood. Charles Erskine Scott Wood, Edwin Bingham, Tim Barnes.
Charles Erskine Scott Wood, American writer Member Bibliophile Society Boston. Club: Grolier (New York). Wood, Charles Erskine Scott was born on February 20, 1862 in Erie, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of William Maxwell and Rose (Carson) Wood. Erie Academy, Baltimore City College.
Charles Erskine Wood was a United States military Captain and lawyer who supported Chief Joseph's plea for peace. Wood first encountered Joseph at a prisoner camp, where Joseph permitted the escape of Chief White Bird. General Oliver Howard felt this to be a violation of Joseph's surrender, meaning the American government was no longer responsible for returning the Nez Perce to their land. Wood opposed this decision, but Howard said this was up to the secretary of war and president.