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Remsburg, John E.

1848 - 1919
Author and lecturer, was born in Fremont, Ohio, Jan. 7, 1848, a son of George J. and Sarah A. (Willey) Remsburg. He enlisted in the Union army at the age of sixteen; married Miss Nora M. Eiler of Atchison, Kan., Oct. 9, 1870; was a teacher for 15 years, then a writer and lecturer in support of free thought, his lectures being translated into German, French, Bohemian, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian. Bengali and Singalese. He was superintendent of public instruction in Atchison county, Kan., for four years; is a life member of the American Secular Union, of which he was president for three years; a member of the Kansas State Horticultural Society; author of a "Life of Thomas Paine," 1880; "The Image Breaker," 1882; False Claims," 1883; "Bible Morals," 1884; "Sabbath Breakers," 1885; "The Fathers of Our Republic," 1886; "Was Lincoln a Christian," 1893; "Was Washington a Christian," 1899; "The Bible," 1903; "Six Historic Americans," 1906; "The Christ," 1909.

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